It was a sailing trip that Jamie Tripp will never forget. The 31-year old from Trenton and a large group of Canadian students who survived the sinking of a Nova Scotia-based sailing ship off Brazil last week returned home this morning to an emotional reunion with their parents. An Air Canada plane carrying the students landed at Toronto’s Pearson Airport. Peter Kent, the minister of state for Foreign Affairs, explained how the captain of the ship was given a hero’s welcome. There were 42 Canadian high school and university students among the 64 people aboard the S-V Concordia, which sank in rough seas, some 500 kilometres off the Brazilian coast on Wednesday.