New Zealand couple Neville and Feeonaa Clifton pose next to the San Aotea II fishing boat in the Falkland Islands. Photo: Feeonaa/Neville Clifton via AP New Zealand couple Neville and Feeonaa Clifton pose next to the San Aotea II fishing boat in the Falkland Islands. Photo: Feeonaa/Neville Clifton via AP
New Zealand couple Neville and Feeonaa Clifton pose next to the San Aotea II fishing boat in the Falkland Islands. Photo: Feeonaa/Neville Clifton via AP

Stranded by coronavirus, New Zealand honeymooners hitch ride from Falkland Islands on Antarctic boat

  • The Cliftons, who ended up spending 12 weeks in lockdown with an elderly aunt on the remote islands, are finally home
  • Skipper Shane Cottle said he was a bit nervous at first about taking the couple on his vessel, but they turned out to be lovely

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
New Zealand couple Neville and Feeonaa Clifton pose next to the San Aotea II fishing boat in the Falkland Islands. Photo: Feeonaa/Neville Clifton via AP New Zealand couple Neville and Feeonaa Clifton pose next to the San Aotea II fishing boat in the Falkland Islands. Photo: Feeonaa/Neville Clifton via AP
New Zealand couple Neville and Feeonaa Clifton pose next to the San Aotea II fishing boat in the Falkland Islands. Photo: Feeonaa/Neville Clifton via AP
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