A group of young adults with mental health issues have completed a three-week voyage from North to South Wales.
It was part of an experiment into 'adventure therapy' as a way to support young people and their mental health. The group were joined by nurses and charity workers on board the ship.
The young people battled seasickness and stormy weather but landed in Cardiff Bay with smiles on their faces.
Jessie Aves came from London to take part. He said seeing the dolphins, the night sky and stars helped take his mind off things.
Grace Britten from Barry took part in the voyage. She said it has made her feel "a lot happier and energised" with a more "positive outlook on life".
Hamza Nazzal was also on board. The 22-year-old from Cardiff said he is proud of himself for completing the journey.
Consultant clinical psychologist Mike Jackson helped organise the trip.
Next year, they hope to organise a sailing trip around the UK with groups from all over Britain.