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July 15, 2016
TNS463 15/07/16 – We have just left Noumea in New Caledonia. We motored into Noumea on a Monday too find a closed town. On Tuesday the weather was fabulous and the voyage crew soon went their various ways to investigate the island. A popular place was the Island of Ducks approached very easily by water taxi and […]

July 14, 2016
LN899 14/07/2016 – Racing to clear way point one before we lose the wind it’s all hands to tack the ship, once, twice and morning found us making good progress in calm seas. The crew enjoyed the sail handling despite the reduced sleep and we were treated to a sail handling talk by the mate- […]

July 13, 2016
LN899 13/07/16 – Sunshine fair winds and calm seas at last! We are in Torbay, overlooked by Torquay, famous for its towers for the start of race 1 at last. Tactics are discussed and plans are laid, sails hoisted and set and we are on our way to our first waypoint in Ushant, in a […]

July 11, 2016
LN899 11/07/2016 – We woke up in tall sea, this was a big test for new stomachs (including mine) which some of us passed… Powering south along the coastline, we could briefly see behind us the Danish square-rigger we were docked alongside in Antwerp, battling the relentless waves like ourselves down towards Dunkirk. With the […]

July 10, 2016
LN899 10/07/2016 We set sail From Antwerp, where we have been docked alongside some of the worlds other most impressive tall ships. This is also the first day of training for many of the 31 voyage crew learning the ropes, which is a different type of challenge for each person. My dad and I got […]

July 9, 2016
TNS463 09/07/2016 -Day 11 Forward Starboard Watch S  20.55′ E 167.41′ 23.6 degrees You join us today as we motor towards New Caledonia on a course of 190 degrees, the wind only 30 degrees off the port bow. This morning the sails were harbour stowed ready for our anticipated arrival into the port on Noumea, […]

July 9, 2016
LN899 09/07/2016 Last day in Antwerp and we say goodbye to our Voyage Crew who brought the ship to Antwerp and welcome our first race crew of the year. The welcome in Belgium has been spectacular with parties, games, awards, pretty Mexican sailors; severe looking, big hatted Russian sailors, spectacular beer and fireworks to boot.

July 8, 2016
The Tenacious crew have enjoyed a couple of fabulous days’ rest and relaxation in Vanuatu. All of us took the opportunity to explore the town of Port Vila, some visiting the museum and cultural centre to learn about the history and culture of these fascinating islands. Others visited a local village on the way to […]

July 7, 2016
Good Morning from a sunny warm and slightly humid Vanuatu. We arrived here in this beautiful anchorage in Port Villa late on the night of the 5th. Once the anchor was down we set our weary heads down and had a very peaceful sleep in our non-listing beds which have been at about 20-30 degrees […]

July 6, 2016
We are very pleased to announce that with the generosity of the Jessie Spencer Trust, new funding has been secured for disabled beneficiaries from the Nottingham area.   The Jessie Spencer Trust was established by a well-known Nottinghamshire family,  and retains strong bonds with it’s local community. This is the second time they have chosen […]

July 6, 2016
LN898 06/07/2016 – Matt Aft Port Today we encountered the experience harbour stows, I enjoyed this the last time I sailed on a tall ship – TS Royalist. I was then posted top the bridge where I helmed to a pilots order up the estuary- how thrilling! After one lock shared with a massive tanker, […]

July 5, 2016
TNS463 05/07/2016 – Right, a wee little report about our calm, sunny and smooth journey across the whale-filled ocean towards Vanuatu. In the old days, this country was called the New Hebrides, but at the moment, the sea temperature of 25 degrees tells us that we really are far from Scotland, bless her! We hope to […]

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