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Chantana

Oyster

Length 17 m/56 ft

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ARC Europe

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CYGNUS CYGNUS

CNB76

Length 23 m/76 ft

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www.nouhoritzosjourney.com

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KUDU GB

OYSTER

Length 17 m / 56 ft

Monohull

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Skipper, wife and dog are currently in Portugal, having sailed down from the UK, and are looking for one or two CONTRIBUTING crew for either one or perhaps all of any of the following passages; Vilamoura (or near) to the Canaries after 20th November (5/6 days) - a few days in the Canaries and then a passage down to Cape Verdi (6/7 days) and then a transatlantic to Brazil or the Caribbean.

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Challenger

Volvo

Length 18 m/60 ft

Monohull

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spartanoceanracing.com

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Challenger is a modified Whitbread 60 Round the World Race boat (later known as Volvo 60's). She was initially intended to compete in the 1997 edition of the race but when funding issues put paid to the America's Challenge campaign in Cape Town the boat returned to California and went into long term storage only occasionally venturing out onto the race course for the Newport - Ensenada Race and a couple of Transpac's. During this time however a lot of interesting modifications were made to adapt the already sleek Alan Andrews design towards short handed racing. The result is a blistering fast W60 with all the manners of an Open 60. Her unique history has rendered Challenger the lowest mileage Volvo 60 in the world with possibly the most up to date technical set up of any vessel in her class. She is in excellent condition inside and out and able to easily show her best even to inexperienced crew who can quickly and easily get the hang of roller furling headsails, split backstay system, and asymmetric bowsprit run spinnakers. If you want to sample the best this class of boats had to offer this is the boat that can allows anyone the chance to emulate the best speeds a Volvo crew could hope to see.

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Challenger Refit 2015/16 Challenger is being given an extensive refit to ensure she is at her best. She arrived into Nova Scotia in September 2015 after her delivery round from California and immediately went to the boat yard where she had her hull repaired and a new coat of antifoul applied. We then had a tent erected over the boat and began repainting the entire deck. This includes repainting the bow of the boat into her Spartan fleet colour of orange, Charger will be Blue and eventually Hellcat Red. We will be rebranding the the hull of Challenger with a vinyl wrap when we go South in February- it is difficult to get a wrap onto the boat reliably in the cold conditions present at this time of the year here in Nova Scotia so to ensure a successful job we will wait until we are under the warmth of the Caribbean sun. Spartan Challenger As well as the big items that are obvious to all we wanted to take the time to swap out or overhaul all those elements onboard that take a lot of punishment in voyaging and racing and start to show cosmetic and mechanical wear over time. To this end we have replaced the pushpits and pulpits, cockpit bags, bunk bottoms, interior storage pockets, and nav seat cushions. Before becoming operational we will also swap out our delivery liferaft seen in the picture above and replace it with our normal flat pack low profile operational liferafts. For 2016 we will also be bringing onboard a full new complement of Spinlock Life jackets for the 2016 season, all new liferafts and a lot of new rope and deck hardware. New sails for this year's Caribbean season are a new Code 0, A2, A3 and Mainsail that leaves only our J2 and J4 which are not brand new and they only have 6000Nm on them

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SV Amazon

Beneteau Cyclades 50.5

Length 15.64 m / 51 ft

Monohull

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www.austsailing.com

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SV Amazon is a Berret-Racoupeau designed Beneteau Cyclades 50.5, built and launched at St-Hilaire-de-Riez France in 2007. Sleeping up to 10 passengers and crew, she’s a solid 15 tonne sloop with large cockpit area and swimming platform. Since completing her commercial charter service in Croatia, she is now on her way to Australia to host sailing expeditions along the spectacular Western Australia coast. Her sailing program is - 2019 - Europe and Atlantic - Greece, Italy, Spain, Canary Islands 2020 - Caribbean - St. Lucia, Grenada, Aruba, Panama 2021 - Pacific - Costa Rica, Marquessas, Tahiti, Cook Islands, Samoa, Fiji, Vanuatu, New Caledonia, Australia SV Amazon is Australian flagged and is home-ported at Fremantle, Western Australia.

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Chantana

Oyster

Length 17 m/56ft ft

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ARC Europe

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Chantana

Oyster

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