The UN Seahorse in Japan!
Commemorating the Year of the Ocean
Where is it now?

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The UN SEAHORSE is currently among the south Pacific islands covering Ponape, Rotuma, Viti Levu, Niue, Rarotonga, Aitutaki, Bora Bora, and eventually Tahiti.The distance from Yokohama to Tahiti is 5900 miles, celestial latitude. The UN SEAHORSE will cover a distance of 6682 miles.

After having started its journey from English Bay in Vancouver, Canada. It completed its voyage across the Pacific Ocean - from Hawaii, its previous Port of Call, to the Minato Mirai area of Yokohama, south west of Tokyo. It left the Yokohama port and is now crusing around the south Pacific islands!! (In reality, the UN Seahorse has been moving from one Internet server to another, providing a variety of local and linked information on oceans, coasts, and small islands.)

See the index page for more detailed descriptions
and links to the UN Seahorse's Ports of Call

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