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    the boat including the hull was made using an African hardwood known as iroko which is amongst the most durable ones in the world Some years later in 1986 the original pine masts were replaced with iroko as well The assembly took place in Lekeitio in the abandoned building of an the shipyard Eguiguren Atxurra by the banks of the river Lea It s owner Jose Marià  a Solano allowed Esteban to use it They had to restore the boat yard a little bit and the building still stands today as part of Lekeitio s history In 1983 the idea of circumnavigating the world following the Magellan Elcano route was already rounded and a company from the region Petronor was going to sponsor the circumnavigation In 1984 esteban Esteban received the Honourable Mention of the Rolex Awards for Enterprise for the proyect ATYLA was launched on May 15 1984 On the following weeks the engine and the electronic systems where installed in the shipyard Celaya This shipyard of the city of Erandio between Bilbao and Getxo was famous because of the huge sailing boats that were built there until it s closing at the end of the 80s Everything was ready when suddenly Petronor cancelled the sponsorship and Esteban was forced to find a new plan to fund the schooner s journey In 1986 the plan was to go to the Caribbean to do short sailing trips with tourists Nevertheless the plans were once again cut short on route to the Canary islandsto cross the Atlantic ocean when a storm forced the crew to shelter in Tangier and the boat got completely looted Without provisions or equipment the crew sailed the Atyla to the island of Lanzarote to recover from the robbery and there they started doing day trips of sailing for families Atyla remained nineteen years in the Port of Playa Blanca south of Lanzarote In 2005 the government of Cantabria North Spain hired Atyla to represent the region She was brought to Santander where for six years she was used for different kinds of activities related to tourism and environmental projects Once the contract with the government of Cantabria was finished Esteban s nephew Rodrigo de la Serna born in Madrid in 1989 decided to take charge of Atyla in order to keep her sailing Esteban and Rodrigo worked together carving a new bowsprit and both the gaff and boom of the foresail and then they moved the vessel to the Mediterranean Sea where she was chartered for a big sailing event by the brand Cutty Sark commencing in Ibiza In September 2013 Atyla took part on the Mediterranean Tall Ships Regatta 2013 organized by Sail Training International Rodrigo saw in these kind of events his opportunity to finally dedicate the vessel to sail training and to develop an educational project around it In 2014 Atyla s route was called Full sail around Europe and it consisted on navigating 20 000 kilometres equivalent to half the Earth

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    one of them the GJOA 91873 for the first journey through the North West Passage 1903 1906 This ship was active in the Norwegian merchant fleet between 1874 and 1975 and always kept its orginal dimensions and shape in spite of the technological innovations adapted over the years Between 1975 and 1190 it has several owners and sailed in Norway and Mediterranean In 1990 the ship was moved to Barcelona where first with the Barcelona Fes te a la Mar Association and with the Consorci EL FAR its restoration was completed in 2006 In 1996 Miguel Borillo donated the ship to Consorci EL FAR 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

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    and was planned by Ribadaeu Dumas The first 19 years of her operational use she sailed an astonishing 550 000 nautical miles She has rounded Cape Horn sailed up to the Artic Circle by visiting Svalbard and crossed the 80th longitude Helena is refitted last year 2012 and is now rigged as a Bermuda Schooner 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

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    as Herring Lugger build for the rough weather on the North Sea she fished the doggersbank for herring Between 1920 and 1975 the Iris sailed the Baltic Sea with her home port in Sweden She carried cargo for years but was rebuild to sail with passengers in 1975 and was brought back to the Netherlands She has visited spectacular places like the Lofoten in the north of Norway and has sailed through fjords and canals through rivers and over the north and baltic sea She credits her name Iris She who travels with the wind 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

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    KW History The Jacob Meindert started off as a tugboat based in Willemshafen After several wanderings it was rebuild into a top sail schooner Definitely a good choice as the combination of a splendid hull with a clever rigging makes the Jacob Meindert an excellent sailing ship For many years now it sails the Baltic Sea and surroundings and also participates in sail events like the Kieler Woche and Sail Amsterdam The Jacob Meindert also entered the Tall Ships Race and Tiessen Race and won several times 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

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    50 meter Wooden Ship Hull Oak on Oak Deck Iroko Engines Ford New Holland Genesis 675 Series 40 Generator Fischer Panda 9 2 Kva Radar Raymarine digital 24 Year Built 1945 Builder Rhoose shipyard Gent Belgium Net tons 50 75 NT Fuel capacity 1500 litres 332 gallons Fresh water capacity 1700 litres 377 gallons Gray water capacity 400 litres 88 gallons Black water capacity 400 litres 88 gallons Electricity 240 VAC 110 VAC 24 VDC 12 VDC Berths 14 Heads 2 Sail area 374 2 Sq m 4027 Sq ft History The Johanna Lucretia was built in 1945 at the Rhoose shipyard in Gent Belguim Although originally built as a fishing vessel she was never used for this purpose Before being sold se laid as a completed hull on the mooring In 1954 she was converted and completed for recreational use by her new owner and sailed Dutch waters from her homeport Enkhuizen In 1989 there was a change of ownership now a British citizen who registered Johanna as national vessel with Plymouth as new homeport In 1991 1992 she was refitted at T Nielsen Co Ltd in Gloucester UK to her present configuration Afterwards se was used for sail training and private charter from Gibraltar The Caribbean and the East Coast of the USA In 2001 she changed ownership again and for reasons unknown she lay abandoned in the Gloucester Docks UK The ship is confiscated by the British Waterways and subsequently sold to her present owner Nowadays she sails all over Europe 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

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    so comes under some of the most stringent safety rules that apply for sailing vessels Which not also ensures your safety but also that the ship and her crew will take you on the journey of a lifetime Accommodation We sail with a Skipper and First Mate who are both full time professional sailors and up to 10 trainees Accommodation on board for the trainees consists of 8 bunks forwards and 2 berths in the saloon not used on long passages with the Skipper and Mate s cabin navigational area at the stern In the saloon we also have the galley area which everyone from Captain to cabin boy spends time in In addition to this we have a monitor and wireless keyboard in the saloon so that all the crew trainees are able to update the Jolie Brise website with pictures video and text on a daily basis As said above Jolie Brise was built for speed not comfort so space is limited but the sailing is fantastic Specifications Shipping type Gaff Cutter Homeport Southampton Date built 1913 Major refit 2004 Crew Skipper 1st Mate and Bosun Capacity 12 Daytrips 15 Length 24 m Beam 4 63 m Draught 3 3 m Sail 350 Sq Ft Height of mast 24 m Engine capacity 135 hp History Jolie Brise was built to make fast ocean passages so despite her age she sails like a dream Built in 1913 in u2018Le Havre u2019 this beautiful Gaff Cutter was originally used in the pilot service before the changeover from sail to steam Between 1925 1930 she participated in the Fastnet race 4 times winning 3 races and 1 second place Since 1977 she has been sailed and maintained by the pupils of Dauntsey s school in the UK Almost every year she participates in the Tall Ships Races and wins not only in her class but also occasionally overall In the past 6 years Jolie Brise has sailed about 65 000 nautical miles and about 28000 meals have been prepared onboard Jolie Brise is a fast sailing legend with many more great adventures to come 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

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    for you at each of the exciting ports we visit on our journey Prolific times ahead Accommodation Prolific is 26 meters long and about six and a half meters wide and the total sail area is 527 m2 She has 26 berths and in the lounge there is a good social and learning space with a long wooden table projector screen whiteboard and a sound system with a mixer The ship s permanent crew of 6 also includes young people in training working onboard for 6 to 12 months No previous sailing experience is required and there are instructors for trainees to learn skills such as being a helmsman lookout safety and active sail manoeuvres Specifications Rig Bermuda Ketch Homeport Stavanger Norway Date Built 2005 Crew 4 6 Capacity 20 Daytrip 30 Length loa 30 m Beam 6 4 m Draught 3 12 m Sail 527 m2 Displacement 114 gr ton Height of mast 30 m Engine capacity 398hp 12knot max cruising 7 knot with 900rpm History Prolific was built in 2005 as a tribute to the herring fishing vessels in operation along the Norwegian coast during the 19th century The ship is a hybrid of historic design and modern day construction its above water hull features are classic with quality woodwork the construction of the hull and the rigging including all the technical equipment is modern and she is therefore an efficient vessel The sail is Bermuda Ketch rigged with two masts where the aft is smaller 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

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