24/10/2019

Jon, second mate, welcomes Tara’s new visitor, a bird aboard

24/10/2019

Chief mechanic, Loïc and new captain, Nico, Tara's new captain, raise the buoy

24/10/2019

Tara in front of the beautiful landscape of Banyuls

24/10/2019

School session on Tara with Elne College during the stopover in Banyuls

24/10/2019

Plastic-filled fish in front of Tara in Banyuls

24/10/2019

Yves Tournon, first mate, hoists up the "dolphin" alongside the hull

24/10/2019

Arrival of the schooner in Marseille

24/10/2019

Tara in front of the Mucem

24/10/2019

Captain Samuel Audrain coils a line

24/10/2019

Captain Samuel and scientist Maria Luiza Pedrotti on deck before sunset

24/10/2019

Hugues-de-Kerdrel, for the initiative of A Trail For The Ocean, receives the check of the money collected during his race to raise awareness of the danger of microplastics in the Ocean

24/10/2019

Lea and Carole Pire hoist up the flag that Lea drew herself for this contest

24/10/2019

Scientist, Melanie Billaud (Villefranche-sur-Mer Laboratory), processing the samples close to the wet lab

24/10/2019

Léa at work sorting microplastics with the tweezers

24/10/2019

Léa, winner of the Journal de Mickey contest, helps the scientist, Valérie Barbe sample the microplastics collected off the coast of Marseille

24/10/2019

Léa is the winner of the Journal de Mickey contest who participated in Tara's human and scientific adventure for one day in Marseille

24/10/2019

School visits in the cockpit of the scientific schooner

24/10/2019

School visits aboard Tara in Marseille

24/10/2019

Sailor cook, Carole Pire, preps dinner on board

24/10/2019

Second mate, Francois Aurat, helps with the science of the day

24/10/2019

The "dolphin", a scientific tool that was created only for Tara during her expedition to the Pacific. Its particularity: it can be towed at a speed of more than 7 knots (about 13 km/h) behind Tara.

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