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What are your essential travel items..In your hand luggage en route? An Amazon Kindle, an iPhone and a book..In your suitcase for when you get there?Organic fragrance and chemical-free soaps and shampoos.Which destinations most inspire you with their eco credentials for: .A luxury one-night/weekend stay?The Post Ranch Inn, Big Sur California.We love its Ocean House..A week's charter?Ethereal, of course..An extended holiday?Our simple cabins in the Colorado mountains, faraway from people and lights with only the stars, moon and planets shiningat night.What are the most significant ways you make a positive difference tothe environment in your day to day life?Bill Joy:My work is in green venture capital, helping new companies toproduce renewable energy and resources that are more sustainable. Thisis particulary important as large developing nations, the likes of China andIndia, continue to grow. Shannon Joy:My work is focused on the oceans, helping innovators andnon-profit organisations look for ways to bring balance to our relationshipwith the oceans and sea life. The practises of fishing and whaling nationsin particular need to come into balance.What are your key pieces of foolproof advice when it comes toeco travelling? If you are flying somewhere, try to stay longer or combine trips so as tominimize the large footprint of jet travel. We also encourage offsettingcarbon emissions, as we have done with Ethereal.Dream destination yet to visit/travel ambition yet to experience? We are looking forward to an oceans' conference we are attending in theGalapagos in April. Also, we haven't yet sailed in the South Pacific so we'revery much looking forward to that.Take home only photos - or shop 'til you drop for mementoes? We usually bring back only digital photographs. For further information on Ethereal, please contact your CNI charter broker, see page 6. nTravel tales from Bill and Shannon Joy-the owners of Etherealbeforeyou go 96I sea&iI SPRING-SUMMER 2010thelastwordThe 58m (190'5) Ethereal Photography: Jeff Brown