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A girl sails across the world in the company of her cat! 5/13/2016 •

A girl sails across the world in the company of her cat!

Several years ago, Liz Clark made a brave decision to give up her established way of life and to go off on a sea travel together with a cat! And you know what? She hasn’t regretted ever since because she is doing what she always dreamed about!


Liz sails on board the Swell, a yacht 3 meters wide and 40 meters long. She has the only yet the best companion ever - Amelia the cat. The girl adopted Amelia when the cat was 6 months old and since then, the two have been inseparable.

The tropicat, as Liz often calls her, has turned into an old sea-dog, however oxymoronic that may sound. She isn’t afraid of water at all and has gotten used to ship motions.

Liz girl had always wanted to become a circumnavigator. Then, in 2005, her dearest wish finally came true. After long preparations, the she-captain made out for the sea from California in quest of adventures and harmony.

Let’s follow her Instagram and see how it feels when you are doing what you really want to!

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