Tidal Compass is heading for the high seas.
We have recently purchased a Prout 31, a seaworthy and spacious catamaran capable of exploring the shallowest coves and deepest oceans. Over the autumn and winter we're completely stripping her bare and preparing her for the big adventure, which you can follow on The Captains Log.
Our mission is to raise awareness for the cycles of the sea, sharing ways to harness the ocean's energy and #SeasThePower.
To achieve this we're going be hosting events, visiting people who specialise in harnessing the oceans energy and sharing what we discover through publications.
Our dream is to sail the world, but our plan is to commit to just one stage at a time.
The timeline is to get the boat in the water around the March Equinox and run sea trials around Southern Britain until the June Solstice; this way we can get to know her ways and add any features we feel she needs. You can follow progress on The Captains Log.
Throughout the voyage, we will be hosting our highly acclaimed Tide Walks [featured in The Telegraph, Times, Conde Naste, Scotsman and Guardian].
Due to the irregularities of sailing the high seas, we will update public walks around 2 weeks before each event.
The Captains Log is our digital publication sent around the New Moon and Full Moon.
Synchronised with when tides are strongest, The Captains Log shares our learning from the adventure so you can apply our lessons to #SeasThePower