Man Sails for Sea Life
A conservationist has set sail on an 8,000 mile solo journey to raise awareness for sea creatures. Jim Sullivan left Marina Del Rey, California, Sunday afternoon. He is headed for the Philippines. For most of the trip, he's traveling alone in an unpowered 30-foot sailboat. Sullivan says it's the first attempt to sail non-stop across the Pacific Ocean, without a motor, in more than 300 years! Sullivan expects it will take him about three months to reach the Philippines.
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