In each country along the Unreasonable at Sea journey, the founders take the opportunity to gain as much insight and empathy from the culture as possible so that they can better adapt their products to that market. Cesar Harada and Gabriella Levine of Protei took the opportunity in Ghana to truly understand the fishing culture and the amount of pollution in the surrounding areas.

While Ghana was full of warm and friendly people, they were not too receptive to photography in most areas. Therefor capturing timelapses proved to be virtually impossible. Luckily, photographer Danny Askew has a whole plethora of beautiful timelapses from our trip, and in this set we chose to feature our home for the past 100 days: the MV Explorer.

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