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The Old Pulteney is one of a fleet of 12 super yachts which departed London on 1st September on a year long voyage around the world, stopping in the northern French Port of Brest before a tour that will take in Rio, Cape Town, Australia, Singapore, Qingdao, San Francisco, Panama, Jamaica, New York and Londonderry – concluded by a homecoming in London in July 2014.

The crew is made up of men and women from all walks of life – from retired engineers to taxi drivers to housewives – who give up their normal lives to train and take on the adventure of a lifetime. Scots, Adam Nunn from Dundee and Charles Slater, who originates from Orkney are amongst them, along with people from twelve different countries – the UK, the US, Australia, Brazil, Canada, the Netherlands, Hungary, Italy, Mexico, Peru, Portugal and Spain.  Find out more about the race here

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  • Qingdao
    Mike Papworth – about 3 hours ago

    Richard Riley: lets hope your a better sailor than a Company Finance Director, Jamie and I would love to catch up when you back. Mike

  • Old Pulteney
    Max de Grussa – 2 days ago

    All the best for the Panama run Cpt & crew. Hi to Paul B. (looking forward to a curry when you're home)

  • Invest Africa
    Mark Jordan – 4 days ago

    Bon Voyage and fair winds, Invest Africa! Thank you graciously allowing your curious fans to explore the yacht this past Wednesday in San Francisco. Special thanks to James C. and Priscilla for answering all my questions about the boat and the experience. I'll be watching and rooting for you!

  • Derry-Londonderry-Doire
    Kaye Porter – 5 days ago

    Wishing our wonderful Legenderrys a great sail down to Panama. Enjoy the experience and please all stay on the boat. Love and hugs x

  • Old Pulteney
    Don Eddie – 6 days ago

    Have a great sail down to Panama and try not to break the boat again! Will be following you all the way.

  • Henri Lloyd
    Nick Warren – 6 days ago

    eric,
    welcome back to the podium. welcome home to all the americans onboard! great race on a very challenging leg!! good luck on saturday and looking forward to following the next leg.

    nick 15'-16' legger

  • Derry-Londonderry-Doire
    Kaye Porter – 9 days ago

    Wow, just checked race standings. Even with MOB, our amazing Sean and his amazing Legenderrys are in 4th place with only 1 point between them and GB. That's one hell of a race. Well done everyone, enjoy San Fran and be gentle on the Newbies. Fingers crossed for you Andrew. Much love to all xxx

  • Derry-Londonderry-Doire
    joanna scarratt – 10 days ago

    Enjoy San Francisco, and Good Luck for your next leg - especially to Breidge Boyle who has been instructed to avoid injury (tall order as we all know!)

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    Mary Angela BELLINGHAM – 12 days ago

    Hope the wind changes.

  • Derry-Londonderry-Doire
    joe heaney – 12 days ago

    well done to skipper Sean and all his crew members hope Andy 's leg is ok he is one lucky man adrift and alone in mid pacific scary stuff

  • Old Pulteney
    Colin Miller – 13 days ago

    Good luck, I'm from Pulteney and I'll be coming to Pier 40 on Sunday to see you all.

  • Old Pulteney
    Max de Grussa – 14 days ago

    Well done OP Cpt and crew on another fine leg with a short break coming up for your reward. Take care and our thoughts are with you. Special hi to Paul B.

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