-A A +A

Here’s how a small research boat filled with letters from Kingston students ended up in Western Australia

By Steve Annear
Boston Globe

The small ship, called the "Star of the Sea," was crafted at the Sacred Heart School in 2019. Later, it was launched in the Indian Ocean by a team of researchers.

July 10, 2020 -- After spending 463 days on the unforgiving ocean, the “Sacred Heart Star of the Sea” made its final landing on the shores of Western Australia late last month, plucked from the sand by an unsuspecting couple out for a sunset stroll. To read the full article, CLICK HERE.

(Pictured: Brian Smith, of Australia, posed with the "Sacred Heart Star of the Sea" after it washed ashore on Dalyellup Beach. CAROL AND BRIAN SMITH/EDUCATIONAL PASSAGES)