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20090802 Baltic tall ship race in Klaipeda
Lithuania

Klaipėda is arranging the greatest world Tall Ships’ Races for the first time. The first historic regatta of tall ships was arranged more than 50 years ago. 20 ships took part in that regatta, and today the greatest in the world race of historic ships collects more than 100 sailing vessels and marine yachts. The main purpose of the regatta is to bring up young people of different nations, religions and social origin through sailing, to provide them with new experiences of the team work in the sea.

Copyright: Aleksandr Reznik
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Taken: 02/08/2009
Uploaded: 05/08/2009
Updated: 25/09/2014
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