This sailing vessel has collected over 100 tons of plastic

This is one of the largest plastic cleanups in history. See how the NGO Ocean Voyages Institute managed to complete this ambitious mission on a sailing vessel.

06/28/2020 9:03 AM


  • Shaeda B.
    07/26/2020 22:34

    Thank you.....excellent work...

  • Mirza H.
    07/25/2020 21:11

    why donot we do something like this!

  • Colin N.
    07/25/2020 13:19

    And what did they do then........if they handed it to the government it probably went stgraight back into the ocean.

  • Bel A.
    07/25/2020 06:45

    God bless the people who started this 😇😇

  • Bel A.
    07/25/2020 06:44

    Wonderful Please don’t stop 🛑 Save our animals 😇😇❤️❤️

  • Tanel L.
    07/24/2020 07:34

    please, go vegan

  • Trevor A.
    07/24/2020 06:58

    Every one should realise that if the sea dies so will humanity.

  • Steve S.
    07/24/2020 06:55

  • Tonny B.
    07/24/2020 06:29

    Where does it go from there

  • Fiza Q.
    07/24/2020 02:25

    Greet work.. Really appreciate it.. Keep it up 👍👍👌👌👏👏👏👏

  • Diana S.
    07/24/2020 01:31

    Thank you all. ❤️

  • 楊朱
    07/23/2020 23:52

    Good job! Hats-off to those unsung heroes! Thanks!

  • Roger D.
    07/23/2020 23:51

    Brilliant Post, all Australia NEEDS TO VIEW THIS DOCO. absolutely.

  • Richard P.
    07/23/2020 22:14

    GOOD but we need a lot more of this. Fishing boats need to have their gear registered. THey leave with 100 nets....they come to port with 100 nets or face heavy fines.

  • Rougie M.
    07/23/2020 20:23

    Wow thank you for shining a light on this and thank you all for shining your light... everyone far and wide needs to see this. In one way or another each one of us created this mess and the other messes clogging up our ocesns.

  • Marjorie B.
    07/23/2020 17:38

    God Bless whomever is finding this effort!

  • Jody S.
    07/23/2020 17:14

    What a horrible way for those marine animals to die. God Bless the men and women who dedicate themselves.