19/07/2017

First mate François Aurat sands the top of the masts before repainting them

19/07/2017

Sailors waterproofing the plexiglass of the main cabin

19/07/2017

The neighbors of Tara at the Whangarei shipyard in New Zealand

19/07/2017

For Captain Samuel Audrain, these few weeks in the shipyard involve many email exchanges to advance the work

19/07/2017

Marine biologist Sarah Romac tidying up scientific equipment to accommodate the arrival of new material

13/07/2017

Tara on the way to Whangarei to spend 4 weeks in the shipyard before setting sail for Sydney (Australia)

13/07/2017

Dolphin encountered while sailing between Auckland and Whangarei

13/07/2017

New Zealand landscape

13/07/2017

The public came to say goodbye to Tara before her departure from Auckland after a week-long stopover dedicated to former owner, Sir Peter Blake

13/07/2017

The entire crew of Tara during the New Zealand stopover

13/07/2017

Farewell before leaving Auckland

13/07/2017

Marine biologist Sarah Romac explains the scientific research done aboard Tara

10/07/2017

Tara at dock in Auckland

10/07/2017

The sailors of the New Zealand Emirates team with the America's Cup

10/07/2017

Tara in the port of Auckland

10/07/2017

The Tara team with officials from the Auckland City Council, the Sir Peter Blake Trust, and Alistair Moore, once a sailor aboard the Seamaster

10/07/2017

Romain Troublé during a conference in Auckland

10/07/2017

First mate Nicolas de la Brosse talks to New Zealand schoolchildren about the scientific research done aboard Tara

10/07/2017

Steinlager and Tara: both boats once belonged to Sir Peter Blake

10/07/2017

Tara arrives in Auckland

04/07/2017

Tara will be in Auckland until July 9th

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