Sea flower animal is here to stay
Posted March 01, 2019 09:20:26The first sea flower tattoos to be adopted by the sea breeze wave flow kayak fleet will be introduced at the first edition of the Sea Flower Animal event.
The event, organised by the Sea Water, Sea Flower and Water Power Association, will be held at the Sri Ramachandra Mahaprabhu Temple in Bengaluru, from March 15.
The sea breeze kayak and wind-powered kayak, powered by a wind turbine, will travel from the south to the north and from the north to the south in a row.
The event will be organised in collaboration with the Karnataka Sea Coast Development Corporation, the Bengaluru Metropolitan Corporation, Karnataka Tourism Corporation and the Tamil Nadu Water Development Corporation.
The participants will be able to experience sea breeze for the first time.
“The first event will highlight the marine life in the sea, the unique marine creatures and the sea flora and fauna,” said Raju Jain, CEO of the association.
“The theme of the event is ‘Life is Love and Sea’.”
Sea breeze kayaks have been used by the coast and the people for thousands of years, but the first event in the country is a unique event that will showcase sea breeze.
This is not a water skiing machine. “
It is not designed for long trips.
This is not a water skiing machine.
It is not intended to travel on the coast or on the sea coast.
The sea breeze is not meant for that.
The first event is meant to explore the beauty of the sea and to show the beauty that is the sea.
The other theme of this event is sea flow kayaking.”
Sea breeze is an ancient watercraft with the purpose of reaching out to the ocean.
Its first known use was by the Romans and later by the Greeks.
Its original purpose was to carry water from the sea to the dry land on the dry shore, but it was also used for fishing and the making of wine.
It also served as a water taxi.
According to the Tamil Sailors Association, the Sea Flowers first usage date is recorded from the early 16th century, and it is known as the ‘water-driven vessel’.
In the 18th century the first Sea Flower was used for navigation in the South Pacific, and by the 20th century it was used by both the United States Navy and the British navy.
According the Tamil Sailing Association, in the 20 years from its first usage in the late 19th century to today, it is estimated that the sea winds have transported over 1,300 million tons of water.
“We have been working for the last 15 years to make a sea breeze that would be the first in the world,” said Tamil Sailor Kiran, a participant of the first sea breeze event.
“This is an important event that can change the way people interact with the sea in the future.
We hope that the Sea flowers and other wave-driven vessels will be used by all Indian Ocean countries to have a greater understanding of the natural world.”