Party Starts with Crew Parade

27 July 2012

Party Starts with Crew Parade

The official prize giving ceremony took place in Cádiz this evening following a crew parade which found itself winding through the 3,000 year old city.

The Mayor of Cádiz, Teófila Martínez, welcomed the international crews to the prize giving ceremony before Sail Training International's Head of Race Directorate, Paul Bishop, revealed the following to the eagerly awaiting Captains, trainees and crews who will now party the night away at the official crew party.

Congratulations to the Captain of Rupel (pictured above) for winning first in Class and first overall on corrected time.

3rd

Class D on Corrected Ti

Akela, Russia

2nd

Class D on Corrected Time

Lietuva, Lithuania

1st

Class D on Corrected Time

Urania, Netherlands

 

 

 

3rd

Class C on Corrected Time

Hosanna, France

2nd

Class C on Corrected Time

St Iv, Estonia

1st

Class C on Corrected Time

Dar Szczecina, Poland

 

3rd

Class B on Corrected Time

Maybe, UK

2nd

Class B on Corrected Time

Johanna Lucretia, UK

1st

Class B on Corrected Time

Rupel, Belgium

 

3rd

Class A on Corrected Time

Fryderyk Chopin, Poland

2nd

Class A on Corrected Time

Europa, Netherlands

1st

Class A on Corrected Time

Dar Mlodziezy, Poland

 


Most International Crew on Race Two

Europa – 13 Nations

(Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, UK and Spain)

 

Pelican of London

(Australia, Barbados, Estonia, Finland, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, NZ, Switzerland, UK and Spain)


Youngest Captain in  Race Two

Agnieska Pielklo (Roncudo, Poland)


Youngest Crew in Race Two

Moosk, UK (18.2 years old average)


Communications Award

Pelican of London


Best in the Crew Parade – third place

(as judged by the Cadiz  Port Committee)

 

Fryderyk Chopin, Poland


Best in the Crew Parade – second place

(as judged by the Cadiz  Port Committee)

 
Juan Sebastian De Elcano (Spain)

 


Best in the Crew Parade – first place

(as judged by the Cadiz  Port Committee)

 

Gloria (Columbia) 

 

1st

On Elapsed Time

Dar Mlodziezy, Poland

1st

Overall on Corrected Time

 

Rupel, Belgium

The Tall Ships Races 2012, Presented by Szczecin and organised by Sail Training International is taking place in the following host ports: 

St Malo - Thursday 5 to Sunday 8 July (race start Monday 9 July)
Lisbon
- Thursday 19 to Sunday 22 July
Cádiz - Thursday 26 to Sunday 29 July
A Coruña - Friday 10 to Monday 13 August
Dublin - Thursday 23 to Sunday 26 August

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