2 ans de vacances

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1860, a group of schoolboys aged between eight and fourteen on board a 100-ton schooner called the Sleuth moored at Auckland, New Zealand, prepare to set off on a six-week vacation. With the exception of the oldest boy Gordon, an American, and Briant and Jack, two French brothers, all the boys are British. While the schooner's crew is ashore, the ship somehow slips its moorings and drifts off to sea and get caught in a storm with the boys on board. Twenty-two days later, the boys find themselves cast upon the shore of an uncharted island, which they call "Chairman Island." They go on many adventures and even catch wild animals in order to survive, but will they succeed?