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Vanuatu

The Kenu One Project Association continues its adventures across Oceania. This time, it is the canoe of Okeanos Vanuatu that connects Port Vila to New Caledonia. It is still…

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Pacific voyagers from over six island countries are expected to arrive in Port Vila aboard two traditionally based, fossil fuel-free sailing canoes Okeanos Palau and Okeanos Waa’qab this weekend….

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The Okeanos Vanuatu team had the pleasure of meeting the captain and crew of Breguet Explorer from the Race for Water Foundation in Port Vila, Vanuatu. Race for Water…

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Dr Ian Schipper of Victoria University of Wellington and Dr Yves Moussallam of Institut de Recherche pour le Développement will lead an international team on a mission to better…

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We departed New Zealand with a crew of 6 — 3 from Yap, 2 from Tahiti and a Fijian. After a bit of delay because of being held in…

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The Okeanos Maritime Training Center opened its doors in Auckland at the beginning of February and welcomed the first group of students from Vanuatu, New Caledonia and Tahiti. According…

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Okeanos Vanuatu was part of an innovative workshop called ‘Santo Sunset Environmental Network’ from April 8th to 12th, 2018, on West Coast Santo. The chiefs and people of West…

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  Okeanos Sustainable Sea Transport Ltd Vanuatu has recently won the sixteenth Annual Presentation of the Skål International Sustainable Tourism Award in the Transportation Category. The trophy was awarded…

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  Eruption threat means all 11,000 people of Ambae in the Pacific need to leave – and with sparse official help, they are getting off any way they can…

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  It’s 21:00, on the 24 of March 2017. We leave Port-Vila for our first trip to the Shepherds Islands. It’s cold at night, wet, I’m sneezing. Doesn’t matter,…

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