• Peggy Merkur

    2/5 Ceiba Shipyard Storys

    How is it to work and live at the amazing shipyard in the mangroves, the jungle?

    2/5: The world’s biggest wooden sailing cargo ship Ceiba is being built right now in Costa Rica, pacific coast.

    Further information

    https://www.sailcargo.inc/

    https://www.astilleroverde.org/

    https://peggymerkur.blog/

    Thanks a lot to all the future changers:

    Danielle, Lynx, John, Jeremy, Tara, Xavier, Etta, Russel, Gero, Feraya, Charly, Sophie, Carlos, Alfredo, Russel, Alexandra and all the workers, volunteers, and people who are welcoming, open-hearted.

    Working for an with mother earth by heart.

    3/5 Flag Ship Ceiba, Work, Life, Business

    Episode 3/5: Built from the scratch, Ceiba the largest wooden sailing vessel. The amazing way of living and working at the shipyard in the jungele of Costa Rica. Media Manager Jeremy Starn dives in with us.

    Further information

    https://www.sailcargo.inc/

    https://www.astilleroverde.org/

    https://peggymerkur.blog/

    Thanks a lot to all the future changers:

    Danielle, Lynx, John, Jeremy, Tara, Xavier, Etta, Russel, Gero, Feraya, Charly, Sophie, Carlos, Alfredo, Russel, Alexandra and all the workers, volunteers, and people who are welcoming, open-hearted.

    Working for and with mother earth by heart.

    2/5 Shipyard Storys

    How is it to work and live at the amazing shipyard in the mangroves, the jungle?

    The world’s largest wooden sailing cargo ship Ceiba is being built right now in Costa Rica, pacific coast.

    Episode 2 of 5: Storys of the volunteer workers at Ceiba. Shipyard in the mangroves.

    Further information

    https://www.sailcargo.inc/

    https://www.astilleroverde.org/

    https://peggymerkur.blog/

    Thanks a lot to all the future changers:

    Danielle, Lynx, John, Jeremy, Tara, Xavier, Etta, Russel, Gero, Feraya, Charly, Sophie, Carlos, Alfredo, Russel, Alexandra and all the workers, volunteers, and people who are welcoming, open-hearted.

    Working for and with mother earth by heart.

    1/5 La Ceiba Biggest Sailing Cargo Ship

    An amazing environmental movement: the world’s biggest wooden sailing cargo ship in the mangroves is being built right now. In a growing community, it provides work, shares knowledge, and has changed the world since 2016. Millions of dollars are invested in one of the most pore financial districts in the world.

    Episode 1 of 5: The three founders, Danielle Dogget, Lynx Guimond and John Porras are talking to me (Peggy Merkur). I visited them in January 2022 when I took some days off in Costa Rica as a teacher with High Seas High School.

    Further information

    https://www.sailcargo.inc/

    https://www.astilleroverde.org/

    https://peggymerkur.blog/

    Thanks a lot to all the future changers:

    Danielle, Lynx, John, Jeremy, Tara, Xavier, Etta, Russel, Gero, Feraya, Charly, Sophie, Carlos, Alfredo, Russel, Alexandra and all the workers, volunteers, and people who are welcoming, open-hearted.

    Working for and with mother earth by heart.