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Last message for the year on the last day of the year. As the project picks up pace after the silly season, we are happy to say thanks to two organisations who have offered their support. We would like to thank them for their support.
The Claremont Yacht Club, possibly the most relaxed and friendly yacht club in the world, have given us a burgee to fly as the three CoC trips take us down the Murray, the Danube and the Canals of Belgium, inviting us to represent the club. We hope we can rise to their standards of friendliness and openness.
The Royal South Australian Yacht Squadron, a club deep in the harbour north of Port Adelaide, has kindly offered their spaces to us as a place to assemble the next watercraft. We are hoping that a space can be found within the inner harbour of Port Adelaide, so as to be able to speak more with passers by, but it is good to know that we have this space.

Now we wish you all a great New Year and look forward to sharing a lot more news with you over the next months as these projects take place.