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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    100 Daytrip 64 Length loa 58 m Beam 8 80 m Draught 3 60 m Sail 1200 m2 22 sails Displacement 850 t Height of mast 34 m Engine capacity 2x500 HP new motors History The three masted barque Belem is the last 19th century French trading ship still under sail The Belem was built at Chantenay sur Loire near Nantes and put to sea in 1896 As a merchant vessel she crossed the Atlantic 33 times from 1896 to 1913 In those days her single deck covered 153 square metres of hold containing up to 650 tons of goods and merchandise mainly cocoa from Brazil rum and sugar from the French West Indies The only structure built on deck was the galley In 1914 the Belem was sold to the Duke of Westminster turned into a private yacht refurbished and fitted with engines Originally the Belem s hull was painted black with a gold edging In 1906 she was taken over by a new ship owner Demange Freres who had the hull painted grey and decorated with blind gun ports Her present look a black hull white gun ports dates from the Westminster era so does the very distinctive balustrade surrounding the quarterdeck The original masts were made of wood except for the steel bowsprit Today all the masts are made of steel The main deck house was built in 1914 the small deck house after 1921 the two were joined together in the 1960s The wheelhouse on the quarterdeck is a more recent addition dated 1984 However the changes made to the Belem throughout her life first as a merchant ship then a yacht and finally as a training ship never really altered her basic appearance She looks today much as she did when she was first built The option taken by the Belem Foundation when it had the ship restored in the early Eighties was to respect the modifications made in the successive episodes of her exceptional career The Belem has lived no less than five different lives she flew three different flags and she continues to sail on when so many thousands of bigger grander newer sailing ships disappeared for ever This is the story of a staunch survivor a ship born under a lucky star The Belem s most memorable escape from certain destruction and the death of all aboard was in 1902 at St Pierre de la Martinique on May 8 la Montagne Pelee the neighbouring volcano erupted belching burning clouds of ash that destroyed the town the ships in the harbour and killed 30 000 people in 90 seconds The Belem had reached the port the day before but due to a bureaucratic mix up her berth was occupied by another French ship so she had to anchor in a bay further along the coast And thus survived intact the island s worst catastrophe English Nederlands Nieuws LAST Log Captain Stad Amsterdam Richard Slootweg Everything has a last time A few months ago

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    by the Ministry of Fishery to become a fishery museum During the restoration it was noticed that the steel rump was still in excellent condition For this reason they decided to restore the ship completely and to utilize it as a training vessel for the Academy of Fishery Nowadays the Creola sails with a crew of 38 mariners and 50 students of the Academy English Nederlands Nieuws LAST Log Captain Stad Amsterdam Richard Slootweg Everything has a last time A few months ago I started my last term on board the Clipper Stad Amsterdam and soon it became the last cruise the last time in the US last departure last transatlantic also the last journey the last day sail last time anchoring last time anchor up and then a tricky one the last arrival This act in itself was not very difficult to someone sailing on the Clipper for the past eleven years and bringing the ship alongside would never cause beads of sweat on this captain s forehead No it is the realization that it is my last time Never again a cruise no more USA never a departure and at the end of this long list never again in charge of a nautical operation on this ship This feels really strange Although there will be a farewell party and drinks tonight to say goodbye to this captain and my spouse I feel that I have been offered the best possible farewell gift already After an early arrival at the Azores last Friday we dropped anchor in the shelter of Faial It was the most terrible rainy day of this trip The incessant drizzle turned Pico and Faial into nothing but a dark gray haze How melancholically for a captain ending his career on the clipper We were supposed

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    a large crew and trainees there is a classroom to study a bar for a drink and a well equipped galley were everybody get their real Polish meals Specifications Shipping type Full rigged Homeport Gdynia Polen Date built 1982 Crew 40 Capacity 136 pers Length 108 6 m Beam 14 m Draught 6 6 m Sail 3015 m2 Displacement 2946 ton Height of mast 49 5 m Engine capacity 1500 HK History The Dar Mlodziezy is the first in a series of of six sister ships built for the Polish and Russian navy The other sister ships which were built for the former Soviet Union Khersones Crimea peninsula where there are remains of a Greek settlement Pallada Drushzba means Friendship Nadeshzda means Hope They are all built in Polen on the shipyard in Gdansk The Dar replaced the Dar Pomorza In the 70 s the Gdynia Maritime Academy discussed to built a new ship The youth and student organisations started fundraising which was succesfull The sailing craft and the will of fight as well as the imposing appearance of the crew of Dar Mlodziezy is admired all over the world Therefore the vessel is so willingly visited both by ordinary tourists and distinguished guests So she is the place of unique events and special ceremonies Aboard this vessel members of the Royal families heads of the states famous artists businessmen and Polish colonies will find the atmosphere of hospitality of the Polish home English Nederlands Nieuws LAST Log Captain Stad Amsterdam Richard Slootweg Everything has a last time A few months ago I started my last term on board the Clipper Stad Amsterdam and soon it became the last cruise the last time in the US last departure last transatlantic also the last journey the last day sail last time anchoring last time anchor up and then a tricky one the last arrival This act in itself was not very difficult to someone sailing on the Clipper for the past eleven years and bringing the ship alongside would never cause beads of sweat on this captain s forehead No it is the realization that it is my last time Never again a cruise no more USA never a departure and at the end of this long list never again in charge of a nautical operation on this ship This feels really strange Although there will be a farewell party and drinks tonight to say goodbye to this captain and my spouse I feel that I have been offered the best possible farewell gift already After an early arrival at the Azores last Friday we dropped anchor in the shelter of Faial It was the most terrible rainy day of this trip The incessant drizzle turned Pico and Faial into nothing but a dark gray haze How melancholically for a captain ending his career on the clipper We were supposed to arrive in the port of Horta on Sunday and therefore it was possible to sail and arrive at the Azores

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    into life in 1938 to promote sail training on large ships amongst Dutch youth In 1973 it was renamed into Het Zeilend Zeeschip This organisation is the authority that commissioned the built and was the shipping company of the first ship in 1974 the two mast schooner the Eendracht Recreational sea sailing became increasingly popular and the capacity of the Eendracht was no longer sufficient Therefore after 15 years of loyal service the ship was passed on to the German Clipper shipping company that put the ship into service under the name of Johann Smidt After that a larger three mast schooner was built at Damen Shipyards also named Eendracht This vessel was put into service in 1989 and sails as a training vessel ever since English Nederlands Nieuws LAST Log Captain Stad Amsterdam Richard Slootweg Everything has a last time A few months ago I started my last term on board the Clipper Stad Amsterdam and soon it became the last cruise the last time in the US last departure last transatlantic also the last journey the last day sail last time anchoring last time anchor up and then a tricky one the last arrival This act in itself was not very difficult to someone sailing on the Clipper for the past eleven years and bringing the ship alongside would never cause beads of sweat on this captain s forehead No it is the realization that it is my last time Never again a cruise no more USA never a departure and at the end of this long list never again in charge of a nautical operation on this ship This feels really strange Although there will be a farewell party and drinks tonight to say goodbye to this captain and my spouse I feel that I have been

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    a max engine speed of 8 knots 15 km h Crew 80 of whom 50 are trainees History The original vessel sank off Gothenburg Sweden on 12 September 1745 while approaching its home harbour after returning from her third voyage to China All sailors survived but the ship was lost The built of the replica started in 1995 The hull was launched in 2003 and the rig was fully tested for the first time in 2005 Much of the time was spent researching how to rebuild the replica English Nederlands Nieuws LAST Log Captain Stad Amsterdam Richard Slootweg Everything has a last time A few months ago I started my last term on board the Clipper Stad Amsterdam and soon it became the last cruise the last time in the US last departure last transatlantic also the last journey the last day sail last time anchoring last time anchor up and then a tricky one the last arrival This act in itself was not very difficult to someone sailing on the Clipper for the past eleven years and bringing the ship alongside would never cause beads of sweat on this captain s forehead No it is the realization that it is my last time Never again a cruise no more USA never a departure and at the end of this long list never again in charge of a nautical operation on this ship This feels really strange Although there will be a farewell party and drinks tonight to say goodbye to this captain and my spouse I feel that I have been offered the best possible farewell gift already After an early arrival at the Azores last Friday we dropped anchor in the shelter of Faial It was the most terrible rainy day of this trip The incessant drizzle turned

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    you a lot of things Accommodation Trainees live in ten two bed cabins one six beds one nine beds and one eleven bed dormitories They are divided into four watches of 8 10 each Three of those do four hours on watch and eight off while the fourth one is the galley watch helping the cook and keeping the ship tidy On board the barquentine are provided all kinds of sail training practice coastal and ocean navigation as well as a traditional seamanship A great number of visitors members of royal families head of states government officials and celebrities have been guests on board Kaliakra Specifications Shipping type Barquentine Homeport Varna Bulgaria Date built 1984 Crew 11 13 Capacity 32 36 pers Length 52 m Beam 8 m Draught F 3 5 metres Draught A 4 2 metres Displacement 392 t Height of foremast 30 6 metres Height of main mast 30 6 metres Height of mizzen mast 26 6 metres Square Sails 264 m2 Mainsails 816 m2 Engine capacity 331 KW History Kaliakra was built at the Gdansk Shipyard Poland in 1984 Since the beginning of 2008 owned and operated by Bulgarian Maritime Training Centre The ship was specially designed for the training and qualification of students from the Maritime Academy in Varna but during the last 5 years besides Bulgarian students welcomes onboard trainees from different nationalities without any sea experience The barquentine is one of the fastest ships and proves her excellence in Cutty Sark and Tall Ship Races through the years Kaliakra welcomes many trainees tourists and official guests in the ports all over the world The ship contributes to the main aims of the international Tall Ships Racing friendship teamwork interpersonal relationship Sailing on Kaliakra is an unforgettable experience at sea The ship is open for charters private parties and daily sailings as well Come on board and you will have experience to remember all your life English Nederlands Nieuws LAST Log Captain Stad Amsterdam Richard Slootweg Everything has a last time A few months ago I started my last term on board the Clipper Stad Amsterdam and soon it became the last cruise the last time in the US last departure last transatlantic also the last journey the last day sail last time anchoring last time anchor up and then a tricky one the last arrival This act in itself was not very difficult to someone sailing on the Clipper for the past eleven years and bringing the ship alongside would never cause beads of sweat on this captain s forehead No it is the realization that it is my last time Never again a cruise no more USA never a departure and at the end of this long list never again in charge of a nautical operation on this ship This feels really strange Although there will be a farewell party and drinks tonight to say goodbye to this captain and my spouse I feel that I have been offered the best possible

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    After the second world war she was given to Russia there she got her new name named after a famous Baltic German explorer Adam Johann Kruzenshtern There she was used for hydrographic expeditions and later fishing After the Sedov she is the largest still sailing vessel of the world The ship was painted like the colors of black with white to get the impression of guns on board Nowadays she is used to train cadets and letting trainees get to know the live on board of a Russian ship The Kruzenshtern takes part of a lot regatta s It is an experience to be on board English Nederlands Nieuws LAST Log Captain Stad Amsterdam Richard Slootweg Everything has a last time A few months ago I started my last term on board the Clipper Stad Amsterdam and soon it became the last cruise the last time in the US last departure last transatlantic also the last journey the last day sail last time anchoring last time anchor up and then a tricky one the last arrival This act in itself was not very difficult to someone sailing on the Clipper for the past eleven years and bringing the ship alongside would never cause beads of sweat on this captain s forehead No it is the realization that it is my last time Never again a cruise no more USA never a departure and at the end of this long list never again in charge of a nautical operation on this ship This feels really strange Although there will be a farewell party and drinks tonight to say goodbye to this captain and my spouse I feel that I have been offered the best possible farewell gift already After an early arrival at the Azores last Friday we dropped anchor in

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    bar for a drink and a well equipped galley were everybody get their meals Specifications Specifications Shipping type Fully Rigged Ship Homeport St Petersburg Russia Entered By Admiral Makarov State Maritime Academy St Petersburg Russia Date built 1987 Restored Crew 45 70 Capacity 130 pers Daytrips 250 pers Length loa 109 6m Beam 13 9m Draught 6 3m Sail 29 997 square feet Height of mast 52 m History Mir which means Peace or World in English is the third ship of a series of six ships of the M108 class also called MIR class They were built in the 80s at the Lenin shipyard in Gdansk Poland The first of this series is the sister ship built for the Polish navy Dar Mlodziezy Since then the Mir has become the school ship of the Makarov Maritime Academy in St Petersburg training future navigators and engineers for the Russian merchant fleet For over twenty years Mir has been taking part in international races of sail training ships She is a winner of prizes of the prestigious regattas Cutty Sark Tall Ship s Races International Hochsee Race Seestadt and the Grand Regatta Columbus 92 She was the winner of the Tall Ships Races in 1996 1997 1998 and again in 2003 and 2004 For the first time in the history of the Races which have been held since 1956 the same sailing ship was awarded the main trophy for two years running English Nederlands Nieuws LAST Log Captain Stad Amsterdam Richard Slootweg Everything has a last time A few months ago I started my last term on board the Clipper Stad Amsterdam and soon it became the last cruise the last time in the US last departure last transatlantic also the last journey the last day sail last time anchoring last time anchor up and then a tricky one the last arrival This act in itself was not very difficult to someone sailing on the Clipper for the past eleven years and bringing the ship alongside would never cause beads of sweat on this captain s forehead No it is the realization that it is my last time Never again a cruise no more USA never a departure and at the end of this long list never again in charge of a nautical operation on this ship This feels really strange Although there will be a farewell party and drinks tonight to say goodbye to this captain and my spouse I feel that I have been offered the best possible farewell gift already After an early arrival at the Azores last Friday we dropped anchor in the shelter of Faial It was the most terrible rainy day of this trip The incessant drizzle turned Pico and Faial into nothing but a dark gray haze How melancholically for a captain ending his career on the clipper We were supposed to arrive in the port of Horta on Sunday and therefore it was possible to sail and arrive at the Azores on Saturday

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