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Old 6th April 2004, 16:52
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Sedov

The 1921-built, 400ft Soviet barque SEDOV was the largest vessel in the 1991 Tall Ship Races (Belfast-Aberdeen-Delfzijl).
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Old 17th August 2005, 09:47
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Sedov at Cuhaven as Pamir

(from the Amsterdam sail 2005 website)
Sedov as Pamir
June 23 2005
It is now definite. After a few weeks of negotating between a film production company from Hamburg and Adventure Sailing, it has been decided that the Tall Ship Sedov will play the former German four-masted barque Pamir in a film for German television. The film centres around the last voyage of the Pamir, one of the largest windjammers ever built. In stormy weather, the Pamir sunk on September 21st, 1957, southwest of the Azores. Only six sailors of the 86-man crew could be saved. The ship was making its return voyage from La Plata.

The first three weeks of filming will take place in Hamburg's harbour in July 2005. The second round of filming is planned for the whole month of September on the Canary Islands.

The Sedov will, of course, has the traditional colours of the Pamir in the film: white bulwarks, a black hull, a white ribbon line and a red underbody. The Sedov will also participate in SAIL Amsterdam 2005 in these colours. The Sedov won't pass by on the IJ unnoticed during SAIL.

But Sedov fans, take heart, after its role as Pamir the Sedov will be given its original colours back! Another important point is that the Sedov will not actually sink. A large model ship in a watertank on Malta will also be used for the film.
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Ahoy,
Here once more the Sedov, I will try to catch her in Sail Amsterdam, anywhere.
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Old 17th August 2005, 12:29
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Is she due at Amsterdam this weekend? I am there on Sunday for the main parade - any ideas for the best vantage points?
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Ahoy David,
She will be on friday in IJmuiden, no time schedule yet, and then going to Amsterdam for the main parade. An idea where to stay the best, no sorry, there are lot of problems on rail/bus trajects from Amsterdam, and they expect more than 1-2 million people, so there will be long queues to visit them, in IJmuiden allready 2-3 hrs.Hope to find me a place as well, to take some good shots.Maybe on the Noordzee canal side between A'dam-IJmuiden somewhere.
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Was it the Sedov that was herself an ex Flying P? Or was that the Khuzenstern?
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Old 17th August 2005, 16:56
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Ahoy James,
You can find her records/data here:
http://www.mstu.edu.ru/sedov/index_eng.shtml
It was the Padua1926[Flying P-Liner] that was renamed in 1946 in Kruzenstern.
http://werften.fischtown.de/paduakruse.jpg
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Old 17th August 2005, 17:34
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Cheers for that Ruud, and a nice picture.
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Ahoy,
The SEDOV has arrived in Amsterdam, but for the moment no way to take a picture, and there are so many peoples on the quay-sides, that the best thing to do , is by boat, other wise you have to wait several hours, to see one of these Tall Ships.The organisation of Sail expect over 3-4 million visitors, so the best thing is take a boat tour to visit them.But about this, is to be expected:
http://img377.imageshack.us/img377/3...20052lj.th.jpg
http://img377.imageshack.us/img377/8...005a4gn.th.jpg
http://img369.imageshack.us/img369/3...005b8fu.th.jpg
Here a programme in English for Sail2005
http://www.sail.nl/english/accessibility/
Here a map from Sail2005, from the Central Railway Station[backside] you go on the right, to the Tall Ships.
http://img387.imageshack.us/img387/5...005c7zu.th.jpg
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Ahoy,
The SEDOV taken this morning in IJmuiden, and will be arriving in Amsterdam around 14:00 hrs local time.
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Ahoy,
Just got the HR version of the SEDOV, thanks to ARIE ROS,which took her this morning at 10:00hrs local time; I made her a little bit brighter, so she looks finer in my opinion. She is a beauty
http://img370.imageshack.us/img370/3...ovhr1jf.th.jpg
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Ahoy,
I got another photo of her, just before entering the locks of IJmuiden.
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Old 19th August 2005, 23:47
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Ruud, What a beauty - I would love to see her under full sail ! Well captured and thank you for sharing your picture
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http://img366.imageshack.us/img366/6...inwhite3ef.jpgAhoy Zelda & Michael,
She is indeed a beauty, and under sail should be 'a wonderfull thing' to see her,but I found her in the old white colour more impressive, but that's my opinion, when I saw her a few years ago.[SAIL DEN HELDER 1997] What's your opinion?

Maybe I'll try to get her on photo on the "SAIL OUT" parade on monday, nearby the locks, where I know some "good spotting places", anyway I'll do my best.Here an example, when the "DUYFKEN" went out, in 2002.Picture was taken from Port Control Tower.
http://img386.imageshack.us/img386/3...fken7jh.th.jpg
PS. I just heard that her colours were changed, because she will participate as PAMIR in a film about the PAMIR[sunk 21-09-1957;80 man died,6 survived] for German TV,the first recordings were made in Hamburg, still to take shots on the Canary Islands in September, after the film shots she will be back in her "old" colours, by the way she will not sink on the try outs.
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Ahoy,
This is what we got this afternoon in Amsterdam, but it was a crime to get there.So many peoples, but we managed to get there by boat.
http://img311.imageshack.us/img311/3...20054eh.th.jpg
Here a link to a video & slide show from SAIL 2005 presented by Radio Netherlands,all in English:
http://www2.rnw.nl/rnw/en/features/d...?view=Standard
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Ruud,
As anticipated a great sight, and agreed white hull suits her better and those dazzlingly white sails. Thanks Ruud also for the link, very interesting.
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Sedov

Saw her today during SAIL OUT halfway Amsterdam and IJmuiden.
What a wonderful sight.
Enough photos have already been placed in this forum.

One of the vessels turned around and came sailing back with full sails up "Ëuropa".
Will post some pictures some other time.
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Old 23rd August 2005, 10:02
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Ahoy,
And as promised, Arie Ros made it come true, by getting her leaving IJmuiden, on her way to the Canary Islands?
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http://img361.imageshack.us/img361/3...dov51ss.th.jpg
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Yet another great picture Ruud of this lovely ship, many thanks
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Yet another great picture Ruud of this lovely ship, many thanks
Ahoy Mike,
Yep, Y W. but there are a few more to come, later on,and here some taken by NIELS, when she came in, and all are available in HR. I've promised to post them here for all the "Sedov lovers"
http://img393.imageshack.us/img393/1...dov17sw.th.jpg
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A shot of the Sedov alongside Mir at Amsterdam Sail 2005 on the Sunday morning befor the chaos of the royal visit. A fantastic experience to be on the water IJ with hundreds of craft.
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Ahoy David,
Nice shot, and glad you liked it in Amsterdam, must be a very good experience, being on the water,in the early hours, 'cause what we saw in the afternoon, that was a crime.Thousands and thousands,to see the Queen and Prince in her Yacht "De Groene Draeck"
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Just how silly it was following the Queen - the view astern was frightening - a large black bow of a converted river barge pushing us along! How damage was avoided I will never know! Notice the bridge "dismantled" for the event - to let the tall ships through.
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Ahoy Zelda & Michael,
She is indeed a beauty, and under sail should be 'a wonderfull thing' to see her,but I found her in the old white colour more impressive, but that's my opinion, when I saw her a few years ago.[SAIL DEN HELDER 1997] What's your opinion?
http://img366.imageshack.us/img366/6...inwhite3ef.jpg
Maybe I'll try to get her on photo on the "SAIL OUT" parade on monday, nearby the locks, where I know some "good spotting places", anyway I'll do my best.Here an example, when the "DUYFKEN" went out, in 2002.Picture was taken from Port Control Tower.
http://img386.imageshack.us/img386/3...fken7jh.th.jpg
PS. I just heard that her colours were changed, because she will participate as PAMIR in a film about the PAMIR[sunk 21-09-1957;80 man died,6 survived] for German TV,the first recordings were made in Hamburg, still to take shots on the Canary Islands in September, after the film shots she will be back in her "old" colours, by the way she will not sink on the try outs.
Ahoy,
As promised, here seen at Sail'97, sorry for let you waiting so long, but it took me a while to find her.
http://img337.imageshack.us/img337/8...ited4wa.th.jpg
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Hi all, great news about the film on the "PAMIR" Iam very interesed as I served on her as deck boy under New Zealand flag 1944-45. I had a trip to see the "PASSAT' fantastic.
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