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04.19.01 | Summerside Gets Wired!
In keeping with the Economic Development Strategic Vision for the City of Summerside, Councillor Brent Gallant, Chairman of the Economic Development Committee is pleased to announce the City and its partners are forging...
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The Journal-Pioneer: Prince Edward Island's Home Newspaper
Capt. Jean-Pierre Boin was in Summerside as part of an Atlantic tour to garner interest for the school/sailing vessel, meeting with communities and organizations willing to rent the ship to host various receptions and events during the anniversary celebration of 2004. Boin
said the ship can accommodate 70 guests at a time.
...Boin will take his findings back to the Belem Foundation, which is meeting later this month, as to whether or not the ship will be coming to Summerside as part of the anniversary celebrations.
Courrier du Trois-mâts Belem - mai 2007 - Fondation Belem
The Belem is now back at sea with Captain Jean-Pierre Boin at the helm, for a series of short trips between Breton ports.
Courrier du Trois-mâts Belem - juin 2007 - Fondation Belem
Nous profitons également de ce Courrier pour adresser un salut à Jean-Pierre Boin, qui a quitté ses fonctions de commandant et dont nous avons souhaité évoquer, en forme de clin d'œil, un parcours de 4 ans sur le pont du Belem.
Enfin, à l'issue de la Journée Mondiale de l'Environnement, nous avons choisi de mettre l'accent sur l'intérêt que la Fondation porte au respect de l'environnement.
Captain Jean-Pierre Boin took leave of the Belem on June 1st after a final station as her appointed Commander.
Five years ago, after a brilliant career in the French Navy
, where, amongst other responsibilities, he
was Captain of the Navy's school-ship "L'Etoile", Jean-Pierre Boin
took on the multifunctional job of commanding the Belem
during part of her
summer season (alternating with acting Commanders Pery and Morzadec), teaching thousands of trainees the rules and traditions of tall ship sailing, and taking a very active part in the numerous activities organised by the Belem Foundation
to promote the ship and French maritime heritage.
will now be pursuing other professional perspectives : everyone at the Foundation will miss him but wishes him the greatest success in his