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Maggie has her masts and bowsprit fitted again and is looking fantastic in the spring sunlight at Norsand's in Whangarei.
We're hoping to get some work teams together, so if you'd like to be involved with this then either contact us or like our Mission Adventure Facebook page
We are also improving our financial strategy for the next stages, so if you can share skills here please contact us! If you would like to make a tax deductable donation then here is how you can
This is the NEXT STEP - so how can you be involved?
... have a look around our website, ask questions, share your ideas with us, TELL OTHERS: we would love to have you aboard.
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Mission Adventure's aim is to bring adventure back to life for young people.
Mission Adventure believes that real life adventure is vital to developing young New Zealanders, yet too few have access to outdoor adventure at sea despite ours being a maritime nation.
Sharing life-skills, our instructors lead adventure missions of several days aboard our sailing classroom, which also provides a ready-to-sail day platform for schools.
From our nation's foundation through to modern sport and industry, sailing ships have a prominent place in New Zealand life.
Learning comes alive on the decks of a sail-training ship where every person on board gets involved. This is participatory learning, and it’s tons of fun for all ages!
You'll find us in other places online too:
Facebook if you are a Facebook user you can join our Mission Adventure group
MySpace we also have a MySpace page if you'd like to join us there
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Our main sailing activities are within the Hauraki Gulf, from the Kawau Bay area to Great Barrier Island and the Firth of Thames.
At sea, I learned how little a person needs, not how much.
- Robin Lee Graham