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Georges Pernoud, passionate about the marine world !

If there was one person who had understood this intertwined, strong and primordial link between the Sea and Men, it was Georges Pernoud. This passionate journalist was one of those who passed on to us his love and passion for the sea. Since 1975, from generation to generation, many of us have followed his adventures… Keep Reading

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Fred Scamaroni, fate of a resistance fighter and a ferry

Many diving aficionados go to this blue world to discover remains, wrecks, souvenirs from a distant era. These places, often steeped in history, are also great artificial reefs for the development of fauna and flora. These places are very popular by photography enthusiasts. The story of Fred Scamaroni Before we start our story on this… Keep Reading

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The coconut tree, king-tree of the islands

In the past, the coconut tree was undoubtedly the lifeline of islanders living between the equator and the Tropic of Capricorn in the South, so much so that some have used it to symbolize these regions of the world. Indeed, for a long time the inhabitants of islands used it constantly in their daily life.… Keep Reading

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John Franklin’s Arctic Expedition

From Jules Vernes until today, the dream of excursion and the quest of finding new land have always driven explorers to strive further to discover new tales and revolutionize history. What happened to the sailors on the expedition of HMS Erebus and Terror, who mysteriously disappeared 170 years ago while crossing Arctic waters along the… Keep Reading

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