Departure from St John’s Harbour

By Anne-Sophie Fortin

St John's harbour in the mist.  There is a narrow access to the ocean with hills on both sides.

St John’s harbour in the mist.

August 11-12, 2022

The water is still in the harbour by night. Shrouded in what seems like a perpetual mist, the Meteor is waiting patiently. People step aboard the ship in small waves and wash up in their beds, exhausted from their long flights. As the sun rise, the crew finalizes the preparation for the departure. A few hours later, we are all on the deck to say goodbye to St John’s. As the ship leaves the harbour, we have a stunning view of St John’s rocky coast. As the land fades away, the swell appears and activities on board begin! You can follow the position of Meteor at any time at

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