Guess where I am having my tea tonight? – Tall Ship Thursdays – meet the competition – SANTA MARIA MANUELA

I am on board Santa Maria Manuela this evening for an event, a fabulous opportunity to be on board another tall ship.  This is completely an uncanny coincidence that my last Tall Ships Thursdays blog is about a vessel where I am attending a function this evening.  My Tall Ships Tuesdays and Thursdays were planned and scheduled a couple of months ago and all I have done is update the posts with the ship’s location as they have been due to go live on my blog, the same way as I am updating this one today.  I only found out Monday of this week that I would be going to an event on this ship!  I am sure I will get a few nice pictures and will post about my evening aboard Santa Maria Manuela soon.

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SANTA MARIA MANUELA – Photograph and Vessel information from Sail Training International

Class: A
Flag: Portugal
Length: 68.64 m
Rig: Gaff Schooner 4
Year Built: 1937
Home Port: Aveiro
Entered By: Pascoal & Filhos, SA

Where in the world is she today – moored in Belfast next to Lord Nelson

Information from – My Very Own Eyes!  If you want to track her though when she races check out this Marine Traffic Link

More information can be found at Tall Ships Belfast

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Santa Maria Manuela – photograph from Tall Ships Belfast


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