A boat, which is currently docked at Dartmouth in Devon, has been making its way around the British Isles.
The journey was inspired by the round-the-world yachtswoman Ellen MacArthur.
The young crew steering it is made up of young people who are recovering from cancer or have spent a long time receiving medical treatment.
They intend to hold an open day for the public today, Saturday 12 August.
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