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Spectacular Farewell from La Coruña

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On the eve of their departure from La Coruña the crews of the five Barbados 50 yachts were treated to a spectacular fireworks display over the harbour of this historic city.

Their …

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Biscay Beaten: Barbados 50 Yachts Make Fast Crossing To Spain

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The three Barbados 50 boats that left Falmouth last Sunday have made a fast passage across the Bay of Biscay and arrived on Wednesday at La Coruña in Spain.

They were very fortunate in …

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Family & Farewells: Barbados 50 Yachts Depart Falmouth

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At 0830 promptly this morning three of the Barbados 50 yachts slipped their lines at Port Pendennis Marina in Falmouth and headed out of the protected natural harbour, bound for La Coruna in Spain. Joining …

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Barbados Celebrations at Düsseldorf boat show

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The annual boat show opened on Saturday morning in this German city located on the banks of the River Rhine. Over the years this show has established itself as the largest, best organized and best …

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Happy times in La Coruña for the European Odyssey fleet

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After a successful crossing of the Bay of Biscay, La Coruña was a big hit for the …

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European Odyssey meets Atlantic Odyssey

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Atlantic Odyssey participants, Robin and Jen from the yacht Sephina are making their way down to Lanzarote.

While in La Coruña, they introduced themselves to the European Odyssey …

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European Odyssey: the Welcoming Party grows with every new boat arriving in La Coruña

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The crews of Saphir, Triton, and Geronimo welcome their friends aboard Anne. Saphir had a cake ready, as promised.

The weather is great, the seafood is fresh and delicious, and several activities are planned …

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An Invitation to the European Odyssey from Jimmy Cornell

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Every summer hundreds of boats from Northern Europe head south, some bound for the Mediterranean, others for the Canaries and beyond. Soon after I launched the ARC in 1986 I drew up plans for a …

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