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THREE WORLD RECORDS
DURING ONE ROUND THE WORLD VOYAGE

In September 1996 the yacht "Apostol Andrey" of the Moscow Adventure Club started its route from Moscow to St. Petersburg in order to start its round the world sailing. For the first time in history the route of the yacht passed over the four oceans of our planet, including the Arctic Ocean.

The voyage was carried out under the blessing of His Holiness Alexey II, Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia. His Holiness gave the name to the yacht. The voyage was dedicated to the 850-th anniversary of the Moscow foundation and the 300-th anniversary of the Russian fleet.

On November 14, 1996 the voyage started. After leaving behind the waters of the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans, the yacht arrived in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky on October, 1997. On June 28, 1998 the yacht "Apostol Andrey" continued the route. The yacht had passed the Arctic seas: the Bering sea, the Chuckchee Sea, the East Siberian Sea and the Laptev Sea. Under the conditions of approaching winter the crew of the yacht made a heroic attempt to go round the Chelyuskin Cape, the northern point of the continent, but was surrounded by young ice. Old ice fields shifted from the north towards the yacht and the "Apostol Andrey" was forced to return to the Tiksy port for a winter stay. In summer 1999 the voyage was continued. The crew of the yacht had successfully sailed along the North East Passage. After a short stay in Murmansk, the yacht "Apostol Andrey" sailed round Scandinavia and took course to St. Petersburg. On November 11, 1999 the round the world sailing over the four Oceans was accomplished at the berths of the North Capital.

The yacht "Apostol Andrey" established three world records:

  • For the first time in history the round the world sailing was carried out in a meridian direction.
  • For the first time in history the route of the round the world sailing was laid out through all Oceans of our planet, including the Arctic Ocean.
  • For the first time in history the sailing yacht passed the North East route.

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