PHOTOS | Tara, a schooner for the planet
14/11/2017

After the traditional meeting, Tara's crew visits the village

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At the end of the meeting, a handshake and agreement between the community magistrate and Captain Simon Rigal

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The meeting begins in the shade of a hut, with Tara’s crew at the center

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Before the meeting begins, chief engineer Loïc Caudan shows children Tara Pacific’s route on his T-shirt

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Yanaba Island youth during the traditional meeting

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Yanaba Island children

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Yanaba Island gardens

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Children from Yanaba Island beneath pirogues, shading themselves from the sun

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The colors of Yanaba Island waters

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Tara anchored near Yanaba Island

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Every pirogue gets a name -- this one named for an ancestor.

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A traditional pirogue with sail from Yanaba Island

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Andrew, the tribal chief and his helper after the crew's arrival

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The beautiful village of Yanaba Island, seen from the schooner

06/11/2017

Tara and Ubuia Island viewed from a drone

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The crew is ready to raise the anchor

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A family from Ulisalolo

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Portrait of an Ulisalolo child

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Portrait of an Ulisalolo woman

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A village child

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Simon Rigal, Tara’s captain, surrounded by children during the distribution of Tara Junior newspapers

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