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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    mast 26 m Engine capacity 175 hp History SY Vahine Nautors Swan 65 is planned by Sparkman Stevens and is called the most legendary Nautors Swan construction The legend was created when Sauyula II won the Whitbread around the world race The following year 4 Nautors Swan 65 boats were among the five fastest in the race She is still a very fast boat especially in hard weather in calmer weather Vahine is too heavy to be among the fastest boats 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

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    build to serve as a sailing freight ship in Porvoo Finland 1948 She carried sand and timber mostly between finish ports After she retired in early 70 s she was rebuilt to serve as a sail training vessel The main purpose on Valborg today is sail training as well as teaching ship building skills and tradition for youth With trainees she participates in events like the Tall Ships Race 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

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    Specifications Shipping type Ketch Homeport Haarlem NL Date built 1998 Restored Crew 4 Capacity 12 pers Daytrips 12 pers Length 22 m Beam 5 5 m Draught 2 8 m Sail 515 m2 Displacement 50 t Height of mast Engine capacity Daf 825 160 hp History The Anne Margaretha a sturdy two mast steel yacht was launched in 2000 It is built to sail all seas and oceans She has been on worldtour including Antarctica Patagonia Galapagos Isles Panama Cuba etc two times in 2007 2008 and 2009 2010 In 2011 uptil now she started to explore the far North Spitsbergen 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

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    Length 27 5 m Beam 6 4 m Draught 3 0 m Sail 350 m2 History Antwerp Flyer is an aluminum seagoing sail yacht with a length of 27 5 m launched in 1991 The naval architect is Ed Dubois UK and the hull was constructed by Chantiers Navals de Biot France The ship was finished in Belgium as far as the mast is concerned by Witterwrongel Rigging Blankenberge Belgium and regarding the inside timbering by Meys Co Willebroek Belgium 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

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    1985 and 1987 Since its construction the Juan de Langara has sailed the oceans and seas of the southern hemisphere all the way up to the Mediterranean In 1999 the Juan de Langara went to her new homeport La Coruna 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 once

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    1 m Sail Bermudan Cutter Ketch Displacement 1050 Kg Height of mast 24 m Engine capacity 62 Kw History Ocean Scout is the eldest of the two sister ships built in 1993 to replace Ramrod which had served us since 1972 She has been entered in every Tall Ships Race since her launch which has taken her all over Europe Offshore Scout was launched in 1997 as Ocean Scout s sister ship She replaced Salex which we had operated since 1989 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

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    Gdansk to Tallinn over the stormy winter Baltic Sea In 1993 she first took part in a Tall Ships Race and finished first in class D Several other races followed of which she won quite a few In 2012 St Iv was honored to receive the Friendship Trophy from the Tall Ships Fleet 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

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  • At Sea - Tall Ships
    for yourself Accommodation Thermopylae Clipper is fitted out to accommodate 15 people usually ten crew and five sea staff She is extraordinarily spacious and airy compared to other yachts her size and boasts comfortable bunks plenty of personal stowage space and large galley communal spaces Accommodation is set out in two main sleeping areas with four bunks forwards ten at midships and the skippers cabin in the stern There are two heads and one shower on board There is also a designated navigation room which contains modern electronic navigation systems in addition to the all important traditional navigation methods which you will learn a thing or two about during your voyage Specifications Dimensions LOA 60 18 28 m Beam 15 7 4 75 m Draft 6 11 2 11 m Displacement 25000kg Engines Main engine Sabre Perkins 130 hp Aux engine Perkins 28 hp Construction GRP hull deck and superstructure built and maintained to MCA Category Zero 4 watertight bulkheads White interior with teak trim Encapsulated lead keel Sail Configuration Furling Yankee cut head sail Hank on stay sail Loose footed main sail Storm stay sail Storm trysail History Thermopylae Clipper is a 60ft cutter rig yacht purpose built in 1996 for the Clipper Round the World Race She was named after the famous tea clipper of 1868 which was one of the fastest ships in the China tea trade Thermopylae Clipper competed in four round the world races as Leeds Clipper and Hong Kong Clipper before reverting to her original name Thermopylae Clipper became the third yacht in Discovery Sailing Project s fleet in 2007 where she now takes young people on Sail Training voyages and competes annually in the International Tall Ships Races 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

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