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Of course, there’s nothing good in absence of wind..

25 October, 2012

But that’s very-very good that there’s no wave. We have passed 185 miles the last day. Sevastopol is close at hand. The day has passed without incidents nominally.
Tomorrow here’ll be a good leading wind, but we won’t be here anymore. And we’ll be, as you have already guessed right, in Sevastopol. How long ago and at the same time – as if yesterday we left it to the expanse of the world ocean…
25 October, 2012
Leaving these shores a year ago, we had a slight idea about what we’ll encounter, how hard it will be and at some times - almost impossible to accomplish what we had conceived.
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Sergei Nizovtsev
Life way of a human implies constant overcoming not only of external obstacles, but ageing forms of his own mind too, in order to resurrect on a higher level. This is the way of a human to maturity. THE Captain of the yacht "Scorpius" and leader of the first Russian-UKRAINIAN SAILING POLAR EXPEDITION Sergei Nizovtsev. Graduated Moscow State University of International Relations (MGIMO). Yachtsman. Qualified Yacht Master Ocean. Routes of his journeys – extremal sea tracks. Honoured Polar Explorer. Numerous times had been in Arctic and at the North Pole with skydiving and diving expeditions.
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The crew of “Scorpius”, depending on route, consists of 7-10 persons. Many of them have already had invaluable experience, necessary for this adventurous sailing. In front of others lays a hard way from novice to “sea wolf”.
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