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Polar Passage `2000

Third circumnavigation of
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Following in Dr. Cooks tracks

Expedition of Prince Albert II to the North Pole

25 years together with the North Pole

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Second circumnavigation of the yacht Apostol Andrey

First circumnavigation of
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Ascent of Mt. McKinley

Eduard Tolls Treasure

Dezhnev, Pronchishchev, Lassenius

Bering Strait

Mystery of Lassenius

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Challenging Greenland

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Matvey Shparo

 

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Organization of expeditions and varrious adventurous projects


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The chronicle of sailing.

August 9, 1996, Tver
Launching of the yacht. Sailing to Moscow.

September 23, 1996, Moscow
The Ceremony of Consecration and de-nomination of the yacht. Sailing to St. Petersburg.

November 14, 1996, St. Petersburg
The start of the round the world voyage.

January 28 February 01, 1997, Dakar, (Senegal)
The most western point of the route.

February 02, 1997, Atlantic Ocean
The yacht is in the point, named by sailors as the "a navel of the earth": Latitude 0 and longitude 0.

March 30 April 8, 1997, Cape Town, (South Africa)
The first visit of a Russian yacht to Cape Town.

May 512, 1997, Kerguelen Is., Indian Ocean
The most southern point of the voyage.

May 1819, 1997, Indian Ocean
Severe gale, magnetic storm. Nikolay Litau, skipper of the yacht, sent the telegram: "We have lost a rudder. We need help. All are alive". The next telegram from Nikolai Litaou: "The situation is under control. We are navigating by sails and continue to move towards Australia. We would like to ask not to bother our relatives and press-media".

June 16 July 8, 1997, Fremantle (Australia)
The yacht entered the port of Fremantle. To show his respect Mayor of Fremantle was meeting the crew on a cutter in the middle of the harbour.

July 25 August 10, 1997, Sydney (Australia)
Meetings with the Russian community.

September 46, 1997, Senyavin Isls. (Archipelago Caroline Isls.)
The first visit of a Russian yacht to the Senyavin Isls.

September 28, 1997, Pacific Ocean
Record speed 215 miles were passed during twenty four hours.

October 9, 1997, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia
The accomplishment of the first stage of the round the world sailing.

June 28, 1998, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky
The start of the Arctic stage of the voyage.

July 14, 1998, Bering Is.; Commander Isls.
On behalf of the Moscow government the crew put the wreath on the grave of Witus Bering.

August 1, 1998, Bering Strait
The yacht passed round the Deshnev Cape the eastern point of the voyage.

August 8 September 11, 1998, Shmidt Cape, Chukotka
Three unsuccessful attempts to push through to the West: on August 12 2 miles; August 1420 5 miles; September 1-2 38 miles.

September 25, 1998, 7530' N.L. 12132' E.L., Laptev Sea
The northern edge of the route in 1999. The yacht is surrounded by young ice. Icing. The yacht is forced to return to the Tiksy port.

September 28, 1998, Tiksy, Yakutiya
The yacht was left for the winter period.

July 24, 1999, Tiksy, Yakutiya
Continuation of the sailing along the Arctic seas.

August 11, 1999, Chelyuskin Cape, Taimyr peninsula
The northernmost point of the voyage.

August 2127, 1999, Dickson, Taimyr peninsula
Seven days stay.

September 1229, 1999, Severomorsk, Murmansk
Accomplishment of the voyage along the North-East passage.

October 14, 5746' N.L. 1044' E.L., The Kattegat Strait
A circle with a 31 thousand miles length was finally closed. The yacht "Apostol Andrey" crossed the point which she passed three years ago at the start of the voyage.

November 11, 1999, St. Petersburg
The finish of the round the world voyage over the four oceans.

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