After exploring the volcanoes, blue holes and land-diving of Southern Vanuatu, OceanGybe headed north to some of the completely uninhabited islands to look for garbage… this is what they found ! Scary.
With exception to the plastic trash throughout high tide lines, the Rowa Islands of Vanuatu are paradise. With Khulula at anchor near an uninhabited beach, the crew of OceanGybe conduct yet another garbage study. This webisode is brought to you by KING Bleach.
OceanGybe is slowly working their way through the ~500 hours of footage from their 4 year expedition to investigate garbage on isolated beaches, surf the world’s best waves and raise awareness to plastics in our oceans. While waiting for the full documentary late this summer, they will be releasing short snippets on b-roll footage to pique your appetite !
As Khulula and her crew approach the archipelago of Vanuatu after a week at sea, they spot a smoking volcano on the island of Tanna. Mount Yasur is one of the world's most active volcanos and the crew go to investigate closer always thinking of their motto: “Safety first”.
Lakey Peak downtime means hanging around the pool table. Noah Cohen and Kye Peladeau in a typical game on a standard afternoon in Indo.
Frozen Antarctic waves? Not much chance but they're pretty cool looking. More at snopes.com