Future Projects

Expedition

COVID-19. Due to the global fight against Coronavirus, expeditions and travel has been suspended, although future project plans continue to be detailed. Brands interested in these future projects should email using the form below.

What’s next and how to get involved?

Over the next few years, The Turner Twins are attempting to reach all the world’s Poles of Inaccessibility. In doing so, they hope to become vocal ambassadors for the health of our oceans and planet. These future projects will take them kite skiing across Greenland, hiking through Madagascar, overlanding to Eurasia and sailing across both the Atlantic and Southern Oceans (Project Nemo). Below is an illustration of where the last remaining Poles of Inaccessibility are located.

What we want to achieve

Become the first people to reach all the world’s Poles of Inaccessibility. In doing so, become vocal ambassadors for the health of our oceans and planet.

Project Nemo

This dual sailing expedition, nicknamed Project Nemo, would be the biggest, longest, most logistical and dangerous expedition of the series. Stage one aims to sail to the Atlantic Pole of Inaccessibility (furthest point from land) while conducting a plastic survey for Plymouth University’s, International Marine Litter Research Unit. A subsequent tour of twelve UK coastal cities will focus on educating children and young adults about the health of our oceans and promote ocean advocacy.

Stage two of the project aims to reach the most remote point on the planet – Point Nemo, in the southern ocean. Again a post-expedition tour will be organised to promote ocean advocacy and highlight the threats facing our oceans.

If you would like to discover more about Project Nemo including marketing, PR and partnership benefits, please email below.

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Interested in becoming a Partner, Sponsor or Supplier?

Please email below and one of the team will provide you with an overview of the future projects.