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  1. Mir

    Mir

    1987 built Russian sail training vessel leaving Turku, Finland.
  2. MIR

    MIR

    http://biospherefoundation.org/know-mir-our-sailing-vessel/
  3. MIR

    MIR

    Mir is a 1910 classic 113’ sailing ship. Mir’s homeport is located at Raffles Marina, Singapore and she sails between our conservation projects in Indonesia and Sri Lanka. She was purchased in Malta on June 1, 2009 and rebuilt to sail from the Mediterranean to Bali in 2010 (via the Red Sea, Gulf of
  4. Mir

    Mir

    Russian full rigged training ship MIR, imo 8501701/ 109,2m/ 2.385gt/ 2xdiesel engines – 1.140hp total/ 19,4kn/ sail area 2.721m2/ complement: crew 55, cadets 140; 1987 completed by Gdansk Lenina, Gdansk, for Admiral Markov State Maritime Academy, St. Petesburg. She has taken part in several races, i
  5. Mir

    Mir

    Russian full rigged training ship MIR, imo 8501701/ 109,2m/ 2.385gt/ 2xdiesel engines – 1.140hp total/ 19,4kn/ sail area 2.721m2/ complement: crew 55, cadets 140; 1987 completed by Gdansk Lenina, Gdansk, for Admiral Markov State Maritime Academy, St. Petesburg. She has taken part in several races, i
  6. Mir

    Mir

    Easily the largest of the vessels that arrived in Hartlepool for Tall Ships 2010
  7. Laid up ships in Eleusis Bay (Greece)

    Laid up ships in Eleusis Bay (Greece)

    Laid up ships in Eleusis Bay (Greece) in the last years of '90s. We can see from the left part "Mir" (ex: "Vergina" of "Vergina Ferries"), "Vergina Sky", "Maria Kosmas", "Queen Vergina" of "Vergina Ferries" (of Mr Kosmas) and &qu
  8. Mir

    Mir

    Russian sail training ship. At Southampton
  9. Mir

    Mir

    Alongside in Southampton
  10. TALL SHIPS

    TALL SHIPS

    Defiantly the russian Mir not sure of the inner ship, could it be the serbian Jadran? after the fleet review 29.06.2005 Portsmouth
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