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To all our Brisbane friends, on Saturday 18 March 2017 at 2pm, join us to find out about the fascinating history and peaceful destiny of Fleur de Passion. Come and discover how a former WW II German Navy motorboat became a 33-meter long ketch and biggest sailboat under Swiss flag, now engaged into oceanographic research as part of The Ocean Mapping Expedition (, a 4-year journey around the world (2015-2019) from Seville to Seville in the wake of Magellan combining science, education and culture some 500 years after the first ever circumnavigation.

Where: Queensland Maritime Museum Meeting Room

Southern end of South Bank at the Goodwill Bridge

Light refreshments served at the conclusion 

Members and Volunteers, a gold coin donation. Guests, $5.

Booking: Ph: 07 3844 5361 or email at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The presentation which includes films about the boat and the expedition will be held in the presence of some of the crew members.