A trip on Pegasus is likely to stir some reaction, positive and negative
alike, especially when the weather is bad! There may be any number
of questions and thoughts we would be happy to provide assistance with. You can contact
the Pegasus Project via email at firstname.lastname@example.org,
via telephone at (510) 204-9296, or via fax at: (510) 204-9298.
The Pegasus website contains information about the Pegasus Project.
Future plans for this site will include the art work and letters that Nautilus Institute/Pegasus Project has received from student participants.
Below is a list of books and resources that might be useful in follow ups and for future sailing trips:
A future plan for this website includes providing teachers a forum for discussions regarding Pegasus sails.
We would appreciate any input you have for additions, suggestions for ease of use, related web sites you have used, etc.
As you look over this material and sail aboard Pegasus, keep in mind the potential boats offer as a teaching tool. As crew working with students on board, we often find ourselves answering questions that turn into "painless" discussions on physics, geography, etc. that can be easily transferred to the class room. Since a boat on a voyage must be completely self-sustaining, it functions much like a small city. For the student and teacher it lends itself well to discussions and exercises on:
Thank you for your participation in the Virtual Voyage.