There is no such thing as an atheist in the Southern Ocean

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"There is no such thing as an atheist in the Southern Ocean." - Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, the famous round-the-world sailor[1]

Navigating the Southern Ocean

See also: Southern Ocean

Navigating the Southern Ocean is very challenging. For example, icebergs can happen during anytime in the year and especially occur May to October. And there are high winds and large waves that form in the Southern Ocean due to winds blowing around the world unimpeded by any land-mass.

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