Final Blog from S306

December 23, 2022

Jan Witting

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All good things do in fact come to an end, and so it is that our special voyage and class S306 arrived in Papeete this morning. The better the voyage, the harder the goodbyes – and these were very hard. Chances are that if you are reading this there is someone special in your life who participated in this learning adventure in one role or another, and their stories will be much better than what I can put on the page here. Suffice to say we saw incredible places and sights, met equally incredible interesting people, did some first-rate sailing, and all learned a ton. Thanks for following our trip, and as I said you’re likely to hear much more soon…

Jan Witting

Chief Scientist

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