Prize giving and party time

22 September 2013

Prize giving and party time
The Museu Maritime this evening hosted the Award Ceremony and Crew Party.  
The ceremony took place in the wonderful surroundings of the Maritime Museum, where hundreds of years ago galleons were crafted under the same vaulted ceilings.  Prizes were awarded as follows:

Most impressive arrival into Barcelona - Adornate (Romania)
Best dressed ship in Barcelona - Santa Maria Manuela (Portugal)
Ship furthest from home port - Akela (Russia)
Oldest participating ship - Far Barcelona (Spain) 
Ship that made the greatest effort to participate - Miles to Go (Belgium)
Vessel inspection award - Pandora (Italy)
Special Award - Royal Helena (Bulgaria)

Beach volleyball competition:
1st: La Grace (Czech Republic) - pictured
2nd:  Pandora (Italy)

After the awards ceremony the DJ started up and it was strictly party time, from then until the small hours.  

Lycamobile - title sponsor of the Mediterranean Tall Ships Regatta
Gaastra - official clothing supplier to the Mediterranean Tall Ships Regatta

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For more details please contact Pauline Appleby, Media Manager, on pauline.appleby@sailtraininginternational.org Tel: +44(0) 7785 567487

Editor’s notes:

A word from your sponsor
Lycamobile is the world’s favourite international SIM card. With over 30 million customers across 16 countries, it allows customers to benefit from fantastic, low rates to call their friends and family abroad.

Lycamobile is delighted to be sponsoring this year’s Lycamobile Mediterranean Tall Ships Regatta, with its mission to connect to global communities.  
 
If you need to call your family and friends during the Regatta please look out for their stand space portside in Barcelona, Toulon and La Spezia.   


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