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Aventura IV on schedule for a launch in April

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Jimmy Cornell reports on the progress of Aventura IV and shares his latest photos.

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Aventura IV is taking shape

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Jimmy Cornell reports on the progress of his new boat, Aventura IV, being built for the Blue Planet Odyssey.

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Jimmy Cornell reports on the progress of Aventura IV

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Jimmy Cornell reports on the progress of his new boat, Aventura IV, built by Garcia Yachting in Normandy.

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Work started on Jimmy Cornell’s new boat last week

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In preparation for a transit of the Northwest Passage, as part of the Blue Planet Odyssey, in the summer of 2014, the French boatbuilder …

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Jimmy Cornell answers a few questions about his new boat

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Read the article on CornellSailing.com: Aventura IV: An unpainted tin can for all seasons

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An Arctic Odyssey in the making

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The announcement of the Blue Planet Odyssey was first published in the Norwegian magazine Seilas and as the first start of our global event is also scheduled for Norway, Oslo was a good place to complete my promotional tour of the Blue Planet Odyssey. …

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Preparations for the Northwest Passage

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As part of my own preparations to sail through that historic passage, I have attended three highly informative lectures delivered by sailors who had transited …

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There is more to Miami than just its beaches

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Miami, 19 February 2013. The effects of climate change is the core of the Blue Planet Odyssey’s mission and since its launch we have contacted a number of scientific institutions to offer our contribution to research programs to do with climate change. Individual cruising boats, referred to as vessels of opportunity, …

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Should the Blue Planet Odyssey Attempt the Northwest Passage?

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London 13 February 2013. The decision for the Blue Planet Odyssey to sail through the Northwest Passage has generated a debate over the justification for a small fleet of cruising boats navigating through this once impenetrable and still difficult and challenging area. The stated aim of …

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Strong Canadian Involvement with the Blue Planet Odyssey

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Vancouver, 9 February 2013. The Blue Planet Odyssey’s special Canadian interest was demonstrated at a presentation held at the Bluewater Cruising Association in Vancouver. Among over sixty members who attended were several sailors who had already registered as potential participants, two of whom plan to sail in this global event accompanied by their young children. …

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