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Northabout open days – a taste of life as an Arctic Explorer!
During British Science Week, on Saturdays 11 and 18 March, 10am-2pm, Northabout will be open to visitors at her berth in Portishead Marina.
Having completed the multi-record-breaking Polar Ocean Challenge in summer 2016, Northabout will be setting sail again later this year on her next expedition to Greenland.
The open days are a rare opportunity to set foot aboard this Arctic expedition yacht and to meet crew from the Polar Ocean Challenge. Each young person who visits will be able to take away a piece of rope which travelled around the North Pole on Northabout during the Polar Ocean Challenge voyage!
Address: Portishead Quays Marina, The Docks, Portishead, BS20 7DF (Please note parking is pay and display).
For more information contact Vicky: firstname.lastname@example.org | 07855 964625