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Movies of the Week ·· Mar 21, 2011

Tasha and Chris boarded the Sea Dragon to report on the research on plastic on the oceans taking place there—and they became full-fledged sailors as they made their way along the coast of Chile in South America.

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  • The Seno Glacier
    Onboard the Sea Dragon with Chris and Tasha getting a view of the moving Seno Glacier off the coast of Chile.
  • Moose!
    Driving on the road through Canada with the Polar Huskies on way to Alaska we encounter one of the local residents.
  • The Alaskan Highway
    1390 miles, 2237 km of road constructed during World War II in less than 7 months across the Rocky Mountains—Joar takes the dog truck loaded with Polar Huskies, equipment & supplies down the first of its many many hills.
  • Made By…
    Joar, Jim and the Polar Huskies make their way up the historic Alaskan Highway (a human master piece at the time of making it) through the magnificent landscape shaped by glaciers.
  • Sailing Into Mountain Cliffs!?
    Just landed back home, Chris and Tasha share some of their scariest moments from the successful journey onboard the research ship the Sea Dragon sailing through the Beagle Channel.
  • Steering the Sea Dragon
    Tasha shares the experience of sailing a 70-foot ship, navigating some of the toughest water in the world.
  • Two Types of (huge) Waves
    There is a wave and then there is a wave… with Chris and Tasha onboard the Sea Dragon in the South Pacific Ocean.
  • How Narrow is Narrow?
    What makes the Strait of Magellan in the Beagle Channel some of the toughest ocean to sail with a sail boat is the ever-shifting weather and the little space to maneuver on surrounded by the Andes Mountains.
  • Tasha the Sailor
    Tasha and Chris boarded the Sea Dragon to report on the research on plastic on the oceans taking place there—and they became full-fledged sailors as they made their way along the coast of Chile in South America.


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