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EcoClipper Dec 3
Life before and after ...
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EcoClipper Dec 1
“But in a gale, the silent machinery of a sailing-ship would catch not only the power, but the wild and exulting voice of the world’s soul.” – Joseph Conrad 📸Lugger Grayhound
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Bora Bora 7h
Good morning to all of my lovely Twitter friends here 🇹🇷 & across the miles ~🌍~ thank you so much for your follows, R/T, likes & messages for which I’m grateful. Wishing each & everyone a happy Friday enjoy your day my friends.🙏 🇹🇷❤️🌹😘 🌞🌊🐋🐬⚓⛵️🙋‍♂️
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EcoClipper Dec 1
"Sailing a true will connect her crew with the natural elements, more effectively than any other propulsion method can acquire."
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EcoClipper Dec 2
Navigation is second nature to most sailors. Trainees on EcoClipper ships will be taught to use nautical instruments in order to find their way across the oceans.
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EcoClipper Dec 1
Champion of the Seas. Launched 1854, built by Donald McKay for the Black Ball Line, a passenger service from Liverpool, Eng to Melbourne, Aus.
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Grant Headifen Dec 2
Head over to our to listen to great chats with inspirational guests, sure to get you all fired up for your next adventure:
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EcoClipper Nov 28
Sail travel has predominantly been a leisure activity such as cruising, chartering a yacht, flotilla… But, as the need for environmentally sustainable travel increases, sailing should be considered a form of transport, like any other.
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ODPhotography Dec 2
Back at it again. Beautiful chilly night. Set sail in the am.
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EcoClipper Dec 2
"Each time a crossing is made, and more information becomes available on the condition of our oceans polluted by marine litter and microplastic pollution, we increase our knowledge of the harm plastic does to life below water."
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EcoClipper Nov 27
Clippers were used to transport cargo that was especially valuable and perishable, such as tea and silk, or for other reasons required fast transportation, such as passengers during the gold rush.
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Charles Dougherty Dec 2
Vigilantes and Lovers - J.R. Finn #3 Everyone wants their own kind of justice. Audiobook available too!
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MarineInsight Nov 30
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Victoria Rose Nov 25
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EcoClipper Nov 25
It is not just the aspect of that makes it so attractive! A core value of EcoClipper is the beauty of the sea, sailing and ships.
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EcoClipper Dec 1
Ever wanted to learn more about sailing or just experience it first hand? This website is a collection of sail training programs from all over the world!
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Sunny Holidays Nov 27
Take me away! ⛵️ is probably the best way to experience the Greek islands — here is a taste of it. 📹 via
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EcoClipper Dec 2
Wind can propel ship's of any size, without burning fossil fuels. Should the transport needs of a New Economy be met by the use of vessels?
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VR Regatta Nov 25
MarineVerse Cup News: Yesterday's Standard race was won by Jean Veego🇬🇧 representing United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.. There were 9 other sailors racing... Congratulations Jean Veego!
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West Marine Dec 2
Get everything you need to set sail! ⛵ Final hours to sail into great deals on sailing gear with extended Black Friday deals. Shop now:
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