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Sailing to Jamestown

I was doing research for a new book and found three ships sailed from England in 1606 and founded Jamestown, Virginia. Their names were Susan Constant, Discovery, and Godspeed. 346 more words


Sharing best practice and learning from others

Last Friday (23rd January 2015)  it was the UK Sail Training Conference in Southampton where organisations similar to Challenge Wales and operating all over the UK come together. 361 more words


Saturday Snippet - John Culpepper the Merchant

The second book in The Culpepper Saga takes place in the mid-1600s. John Culpepper finally got himself the boat he wished for throughout the first book ( 659 more words


Get on Board! the Tall Ships 2015

Get on Board!

Have you got the spirit of adventure? Are you looking for your next challenge? Then why not take a sail training voyage and enjoy the adventure of a lifetime! 307 more words


What I see every day?


In Hollywood every day I see a wonderful tall ship below. It inspires me to walk in the darkness to the stage on the Hollywood’s broadwalk and on the way back to enjoy beautiful sunrises.

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Summer is here

Good evening from Tasmania.

It has been some time, but my poetry course has now finished, which means I am able to reconnect with my little blog. 266 more words


Regatta of 'awe-inspiring' Tall Ships to sail into Duluth in 2016

Tall-masted, wooden ships reminiscent of the 1800s will be sailing back into Twin Ports in August 2016.

The Tall Ships Duluth event will “outshine its 2013 predecessor every way possible,” event organizers said,  189 more words