Transoceanic Expedition 2005: Overview
The Oceana Ranger undertook its first transoceanic expedition, sailing and navigating through more than 12.000 nautical miles and for more than 5 months, from the Pacific Ocean in the North American West Coast to the Mediterranean Sea.
This expedition on board the Oceana Ranger, was aimed at documenting and recording the biodiversity, richness and importance of the marine wildlife, and the threats that these essential ecosystems face, in order to understand the role of oceans in the world’s balance.
Press ReleaseAugust 4, 2005
Press ReleaseJune 28, 2005
Oceana drops anchor in the Azores in view of the threat that its seamounts may be exposed to trawlingPress ReleaseMay 26, 2005