The ship was named after the founder of the Scout movement.
While the ship was in port, an agreement of collaboration was signed between the Fundación Tabaluga and the Council of Majorca's Institute of Social Services and Sports. Thanks to the agreement, children in the care of the Institute will be able to learn sailing on board the Sir Robert Baden Powell. Under a previous agreement, they already enjoy holidays at the houses which the Foundation has in Pollensa and Germany. A spokesman for the Peter Maffay Foundation said that the voyages will be held throughout the month of June.
During the days spent at sea, the children acquire greater self confidence and belief in their own possibilities.
The spokesman said that the children come into contact with nature from a completely new perspective, and learn to live in a group in a small space.
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