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West India Dock Visitors Review 2013

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One of our more unusual visitors, the futuristic  Turanor Planet Solar

We have been fortunate this year to have had a wide range of visitors to the West India Docks.

Let me remind you of some of our most notable visitors.

January

MS Stubnitz –  a East German made ex fishing vessel

March

HMS Lancaster – Royal Navy

April

HMCS Iroquois – Canadian Navy

The Gorch Fock – tall ship belonging to the German Navy

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May

L’ Aigle –  Eridan Class Mine Warfare Vessel of the French Navy.

June

HMS Richmond – Royal Navy

STS Tenacious –  a wooden sail training ship

F.S. Cormoran  is a Flamant class patrol vessel in the French Navy

MV Arctic Sunrise an Icebreaker ship operated by Greenpeace

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Currently held by the Russian Government for Trespass and Piracy

French Training Ships

A748 Léopard,  A749 Panthère,  A750 Jaguar , A751 Lynx , A752 Guépard , A753 , Chacal A754 , Tigre,  A755 Lion.

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July

Montigne – Super Schooner

August

Turanor Planet Solar – Solar panel powered

Stad Amsterdam – Tall ship

Big Eagle – Super Yacht

Amerigo Vespucci – Italian Navy Tall Ship

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September

Light Holic – Super Yacht

Stavros S Niarchos – British brig-rigged tall ship

HMS Northumberland F239 – Royal Navy

October

Odessa II – Super Yacht

Sea Owl – Super Yacht

November

FS Eridan  (M641) – French Navy Minesweeper

HMS Tyne (P281) – Royal Navy

December

Massey Shaw – Historical Fireboat

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Other Highlights

City of Adelaide at Greenwich

Great River Race

Clipper around the World Race.

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