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Pure Tour NZ

This Sunday past, the Floating Foundation was lucky enough to attend the PURE Tour NZ conference and launch at the awesome Sustainable...

Toki Sio! See You Later 2017.

After four and a half months of research, medical training, boat life, challenges and triumphs, our 2017 expedition has drawn to a close....

Science Success!

It’s done! Ana Markic has returned to New Zealand, and the Infinity’s onboard laboratory has been packed away. With support from the...

Research Volunteers

Our scientific research volunteers do not need anything other than an interest in science and a desire to contribute to an amazing...

Volunteer Profiles

Our medical volunteers do not need any prior medical knowledge or training. They come from all over the globe, learn, and pitch in to...

Volunteer Profiles

Our medical volunteers do not need any prior medical knowledge or training. They come from all over the globe, learn, and pitch in to...

The Good and the Bad of Getting our Goods

Two pallets and a literal boatload of goods shipped from New Zealand 28 days ago have finally made it onboard Infinity. As we unloaded...

Reuniting with Susi

On our third day in Vava’u, we visited Matamaka village where Craig reunited with old friends and new contacts. When Susi appeared from...

The 2017 Crew Lands in Tonga

Just under three weeks ago, I finished up my final work day in NYC and left for the airport less than 24 hours later with nothing but a...

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