Just over a year ago the Sail Training Ship Lord Nelson left her home port of Southampton on her longest ever voyage - her maiden circumnavigation of the world.
Now she has clocked up more than 25,000 miles and is as far from home as she can get.
In a series of five special reports Richard Jones has been in Australia and New Zealand catching up with the ship and her crew of able-bodied and disabled people.
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