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Tall Ships Atlantic Challenge 2009 - Kruzenshtern by triciamary
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The tall ship Kruzenshtern from Russia

Homeport: Kalingrad, Russia
Rig: Four-Masted Barque
Sparred Length: 376’
Draft: 19’
Beam: 46’
Hull: Steel

Bermuda was very fortunate to host the third leg of this spectacular race. Unfortunately the weather was very cloudy, but with a little help from Photoshop, I was able to lighten the shots. Hundreds of small crafts accompanied the ships as they left Bermuda.

Info from:
http://www.tallshipsraces.com/atlanticchallenge...

The course of the Tall Ships Atlantic Challenge 2009 circles the North Atlantic Ocean, following the traditional trading route of sailing ships over the centuries taking full advantage of prevailing winds which should provide spectacular racing conditions.
The fleet will gather in Vigo on the northwest corner of Spain (30 April – 3 May) for the start of the first race in the series, 900 nautical miles south-south-west to Tenerife in the Canary Islands (14 – 17 May). From there, the fleet will race the 2,600 nautical miles westward to Bermuda (11 – 15 June) where the ships and crews will be the centrepiece of the island’s celebrations of its 400th anniversary. The fleet will then race to Charleston on the US east coast (25 – 29 June) before proceeding to Boston, Mass (8 – 13 July). A cruise in company of a further 370 miles north-north-east to Halifax (16 – 20 July), where celebrations include the 250th anniversary of the Naval Port, will be followed by a final race starting on Monday 20 July of 2,350 nautical miles eastbound across the North Atlantic to Belfast, Northern Ireland (13 – 16 August) which will host the series’ grand finale celebrations.

Nikon D200
Nikkor 55-200mm

Bermuda born so I occasionally get “rock fever” and have to travel – especially to France! Mostly use my Nikon D200, but also use a Sony Cybershot DSC T90 and a Lumix DMC-LX5 for quick shots.

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Comments

  • E.R. Bazor
    E.R. Bazorover 5 years ago

    Beautiful shot of a beautiful ship!

  • Thanks – wish the weather had been a bit better and that I had been out there in one of those boats! I have more to add in the next few days.

    – triciamary

  • LudaNayvelt
    LudaNayveltover 5 years ago

    Awesome shot, gorgeous Russian ship, love it

  • Thank you Luda!

    – triciamary

  • Socialite
    Socialiteover 5 years ago

    Wonderful capture. I saw it in Halifax over a week ago. It’s an incredible ship.

  • Thanks Anne – yes it is an amazing ship, but it broke one of its mast after leaving Bermuda. Glad to hear it made it to Halifax. My daughter was also in Halifax then and saw the ships again.

    – triciamary

  • Socialite
    Socialiteover 5 years ago

    I hope your daughter had good weather. We had two days of fog and rain, plus two days of sunshine.

  • BettinaSchwarz
    BettinaSchwarzover 5 years ago

    she’s beautiful!

  • THanks – it was an amazing sight to see all these beautiful ships.

    – triciamary

  • CeePhotoArt
    CeePhotoArtalmost 4 years ago

    Congratulations!!! You are a TOP TEN winner in the Big and Bigger Ships in Cee’s Fun Artsy Friends Group.

  • Thank you Cee!

    – triciamary

  • labaker
    labakerover 2 years ago

    beautiful ship…..

  • kalaryder
    kalaryderover 2 years ago

    Wonderful shot

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