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July 22, 2016
Ian Wood is taking part in the 3C’s Challenge to raise money for Jubilee Sailing Trust on 17th and 18th September, his challenge will involve canoeing, cycling and camping across 2 days. My name is Ian Wood. I suffer from Mitochondria disease which affects my muscles and energy levels. Having this disease has caused me […]

July 22, 2016
TNS463 22/07/2016 Hello from Forward Port! We write from roughly 30 degrees south and 30 miles from Australia – a bit of coast called Nambucca Heads. Land has been in view for the last few hours but, with Matt as lookout (or sunbathing) on the main cross-trees, that is old news now. The talk of […]

July 21, 2016
Our fabulous volunteer group, Yorkshire & Lincolnshire Branch (https://www.facebook.com/groups/295471050521573/) have produced these books with all proceeds from sales coming to Jubilee Sailing Trust.   The book was compiled by Brian Hackett, with cover illustration courtesy of tallshipstock.com  and are short accounts of what pirates and pirate life were really like, according to contemporary records. These […]

July 20, 2016
TNS463 20/07/2016  – Aloha from Tenacious! Our Murder Mystery game is now down to the elite few serial murderers which include Ali and Maz the only members of Permanent Crew still surviving and Lucilla the Ripper being finally killed off! After dinner last night, we handed the majority of our sails, which leaves us with […]

July 20, 2016
TNS463 20/07/2016 After the serenity pool calm of the last 48 hours, the day broke grey and gently choppy. Staggering like drunks wending our way home at closing time, we navigated the ship as it reared and dipped with the swell. This mood change has hinted at the power of the ocean and the challenges […]

July 19, 2016
TNS463 19/07/2016  We did 8-12 watch last night and there was a chill in the air.  The watch was brightened by games and nonsense, and the moonbow. This morning we woke up to barely any wind whatsoever and a calm sea which was reflected in our speed of 2 knots. We put the Royal and […]

July 18, 2016
Lord Nelson launches Canada season – 2 week exclusive for friends of the JST.             We are delighted to announce Lord Nelson’s first Canada season! As a valued Friend we thank you for your support and are giving you the chance to book the voyage of your choice 2 weeks before it […]

July 18, 2016
TNS463 – 18/07/2016 – Forward Port Watch. Time 12.30 pm At this time we are sailing towards Sydney at a very gentle 4 knots. The spanker was handed yesterday evening as the winds went light and unfortunately they are due to go even lighter in the next 12 hours or so which may mean we […]

July 17, 2016
A glorious sunny Sunday on board, with time to ourselves as there was no happy hour or drills. We remain sailing towards Lisbon (hopefully) as we are still without electronics and doing it the old fashioned way. The galley has now joined in with the retro feel and served butterscotch Angel Delight for puds (found […]

July 17, 2016
TNS463 17/07/2016 –  Hello from Aft Port! The mayhem of our Murder Mystery has started and the game will commence first thing tomorrow morning, keep an eye out for updates! Around 3.30am this morning, the eagle eyed watch spotted a Moonbow (rainbow caused by the brightness of the moon) it may have been faint but it […]

July 16, 2016
LN899 16/07/2016 – As reported yesterday the light winds meant we were unable to make the first way point. The good news was we were not disqualified, but attracted a time penalty. Sadly the continuing light winds meant we were in danger of drifting into busy controlled shipping lanes so Captain Richard took the decision to […]

July 16, 2016
TNS463 16/07/2016 – First off we’ve had some birthdays onboard in the last few days (which meant lots of yummy cake!) so BELATED HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO Mike (AP), Seb (FP) and of course, our top notch Irish Medical Purser, Ronan! New Caledonia offered various sights and events such as a Cathedral, Aquarium and of course, the […]

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