Nine days aboard American Promise

“Choke! Choke! Choke!” Ashley yells. This is our tactic to prevent people from gathering in the boat’s belowdecks trafic lanes. With a galley that’s perfect for socializing—and nine people sharing the casual camaraderie that comes with life onboard—“chokes” are a common occurrence as folks hustle to prepare for ROV launches, educational programs and sailing.

We’re aboard the historic , made famous by Dodge Morgan’s 1985-86 record-breaking solo nonstop world circumnavigation. These days she belongs to the Rozalia Project, and each summer she houses volunteers, scientists and lots of positive energy. The Rozalia Project, founded by Rachael Miller and James Lyne, is an organization focused on solving the problem of marine debris through their for nine days during the summer of 2017, on a journey spanning Boston, Massachusetts, to Kittery, Maine.

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