Tall Ships Race, 1993


The 1993 Cutty Sark Tall Ships race started on the River Tyne in Newcastle on 17th July 1993. 121 tall ships sailed from Newcastle Quayside to Bergen, Norway on first leg of the race. 

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Tall Ships on the Tyne 1993 (version2)

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River Tyne
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River Tyne
- Overview About the Tyne The Tyne is a major river in North East England, formed by the confluence of the River North Tyne and the River South Tyne, which converge ...
Newcastle Quayside
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Newcastle Quayside
1993
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1993
- < 1992 | 1993 | 1994 > In Northern England: 17th July 1993; the first leg of the Cutty Sark Tall Ships race started from Newcastle. 10th December 1993; last shift ...
Tall Ships Race
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Tall Ships Race
- The Tall Ships events are organised by Sail Training International (STI), an international association of national sail training organisations. The races are held to encourage international friendship and training for ...
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059601:Tall Ships Fireworks Display Newcastle upon Tyne City Engineers 1993

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