Exhausted but elated, the crew of the Golden Rule brought the historic anti-nuclear sailboat to San Francisco Bay this week after a difficult month-long trip across the Pacific.
The four-member crew set sail on the 34-foot ketch on May 4 from Honolulu, where another crew stopped in 2019 on a planned trip to the Marshall Islands – only to be interrupted by the pandemic of COVID-19.
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- Mini sailboat built and tracked by Rhode Island students salvaged near Balancing Rock, Digby County
- Chinese sailboat officially begins circling the Arctic
- Lyman hosts presentations on golden rule of anti-nuclear sailboats