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You can be a part of a clean up project for $10,000 http://www.mnn.com/lifestyle/eco-tourism/stories/take-a-cruise-to-the-north-pacific-garbage-patch


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The Great Pacific Garbage Patch doesn't exist, not in the sense you are thinking. The name "garbage patch" may conjure up an image of a gigantic bouillabaisse of floating trash: empty soda bottles, soggy cast-off clothing, old pizza boxes. It's nothing of the kind. The "garbage" consists of tiny plastic particles, too small or almost too small to see, and ...


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it moves around, so there's no fixed place to visit there's nothing to see. Not only are the bits and pieces small and mostly invisible against sea water, they're also mostly below the surface disaster tourism is generally discouraged in any civilised nation there's simply not enough (luckily) interest to organise tour boats (well, tour cruise liners, a ...


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There are canals and rivers suitable for boats that connect the both seas. And while rare, it is not exceptional to travel the distance. It takes time and quite a bit of money, preparations and patience. You mention wanting to start in the Netherlands. That means that you will need to pass through Belgium and/or Germany and will have to consider three ...


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The Schengen Borders code contains several relevant dispositions. First, article 4 provides that […] By way of derogation from paragraph 1, exceptions to the obligation to cross external borders only at border crossing points and during the fixed opening hours may be allowed: (a) in connection with pleasure boating or coastal fishing; ...



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