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    The Kruzenshtern sailing ship press service
    The Kruzenshtern, a Russian four-masted tall ship of the Baltic Fishing Fleet State Academy (BFFSA), is continuing her second leg of an international trans-Atlantic expedition. During her six-month voyage, the Kruzenshtern will call at ports in Belgium, Spain, Peru, Venezuela and Panama. In February 2010, she will drop anchor in Vancouver, due to host the upcoming Winter Olympics. 120 cadets from the BFFSA, the Kaliningrad, St. Petersburg and Volga-Caspian fisheries colleges are sailing aboard the Kruzenshtern

    The Kruzenshtern, a Russian four-masted tall ship from the Baltic Fishing Fleet State Academy (BFFSA), is continuing her second leg of an international trans-Atlantic expedition. During her six-month voyage, the Kruzenshtern will call at ports in Belgium, Spain, Peru, Venezuela and Panama. In February 2010, she will drop anchor in Vancouver, due to host the upcoming Winter Olympics

    The Kruzenshtern, a Russian four-masted tall ship from the Baltic Fishing Fleet State Academy (BFFSA), is continuing her second leg of an international trans-Atlantic expedition. During her six-month voyage, the Kruzenshtern will call at ports in Belgium, Spain, Peru, Venezuela and Panama. In February 2010, she will drop anchor in Vancouver, due to host the upcoming Winter Olympics

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