Although we had to organise our collaboration meeting virtually once again, it was rich in contents and emotions!
With currently 18 lines deployed, we have discussed recent progress in calibration, data acquisition, simulations, and physics analyses as well as the plans for the future sea operations in 2022!
This meeting also marked a crossroads for neutrino telescopes in the sea. On February 14th 2022, after 16 years of continuous data taking, the ANTARES detector was switched off for the final time. ANTARES has therefore handed over the baton to KM3NeT for the scrutiny of the neutrino sky from the Mediterranean.