From 20th to 25th september 2017
Tara will leave Sydney on August 24th heading for the archipelago of New Caledonia where the schooner is scheduled to arrive on September 11th.. Sampling will be carried out in the waters around the archipelago during the first week. New Caledonia is home to an extremely rich variety of marine organisms – about 20,000 species, including 400 types of coral and more than 2,300 species of fish.
After sampling coral at different sites, the schooner will be moored in the port of Noumea from September 20th to 25th . This stopover will be an opportunity for the public to visit the boat, meet the sailors, hear about daily life aboard Tara, and learn a lot about coral.
September 20: Tara arrives at 2 pm in the city of Noumea. Tara will be docked on the Pontoon A at Port Moselle
September 21: Press conference
September 22: School visits aboard the boat
September 23-24: Guided tours aboard Tara for the general public: from 10 am to 12 pm and from 2 pm to 6 pm. Online registration
September 25 morning: Tara leaves Noumea
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