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Kruzenshtern took part in Mediterranean Tall Ships Regatta

The vessel finished the race fourth in class A and seventh overall.

Kruzenshtern took part in Mediterranean Tall Ships Regatta
Tens of thousands of people lined the streets of Toulon this afternoon as the crew parade made its colourful and noisy way along the Avenue de la Republique to Place d'Armes where the prize giving then took place. Spectators were standing several people deep awaiting the procession as well as watching from balconies and other vantage points.

At the prize giving the crews assembled and were addressed by Chair of the Race Committee, Chris Bickert, Race Director Mike Bowles, chairman of the Regatta Steering Group, Admiral Gerard Gachott and Hubert Falco, President of TPM. Prizes were awarded in the following categories:

Class A
1st Mir (Russia)
2nd Royal Helena (Bulgaria)
3rd La Grace (Czech Republic)

Class B
1st Pandora (Italy)
2nd Johanna Lucretia (UK)
3rd Ciutat de Badalona (Spain)

Class C
1st Femme Fatale (Hungary)
2nd Spirit of Oysterhaven (Ireland)
3rd Galaxie (Spain)

Class D
1st Miles to Go (Belgium)
2nd Akela (Russia)
3rd Moondance of Carrick (Ireland)

1st Crew in the Sports Tournament: Kruzenshtern (Russia)

Communications prize (donated by Sail Training International): Bodrum (Turkey)
Most International Crew: Gulden Leeuw (Netherlands)
Best Crew in Crew Parade (Class A): Pogoria (Poland)
Best Crew in Crew Parade (Class B,C,D): Tartessos (Spain)
Youngest Captain in Race One: Patrick Townsley (aged 23), Moondance of Carrick
Youngest Average Age Crew: La Recouvrance (France)
Line Honours: Akela (Russia)
1st overall on correct time: Mir (Russia)

The Kruzenshtern finished the Mediterranean Tall Ships Regatta fourth in class A and seventh overall