STAVROS S NIARCHOS - IMO 9222314
|Photographer:||Chris Hunsicker [View profile]||Title:||STAVROS S NIARCHOS||Added:||Aug 05, 2005|
||Traditional rig sailing ships from 120'(36.6m) LOA|
In the late 1990s the two schooners (Malcolm Miller and Sir Winston Churchill) owned by the Tall Ships Youth Trust (then called the Sail Training Association) were showing their age and becoming increasingly expensive to maintain. The hulls for the two new brigs (the Stavros and her sister ship the Prince William) were obtained half-completed from another project in Germany. These were transported to Appledore Ship Yards in Devon, where they were modified to the TSYT's requirements, and fitted out. She was completed in January 2000.
Following completion of sea trials she was handed over to the STA at Avonmouth Docks. She sailed for her maiden voyage, a training voyage for permanent and volunteer crew, on 13 February 2000. She arrived in Weymouth, UK three days later.
The Stavros is a brig, that is a two masted vessel with square sails on both mosts. She carries five yardarms on each mast, and a total of 18 sails. In good conditions she has managed speeds of just over 13 knots.
|Vessel type:||Sailing Vessel|
|Gross tonnage:||493 tons|
|Summer DWT:||60 tons|
|Last known position:|
|50°36’31.49” N, 2°26’42.86” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 196° (47°)|
|Arrival:||12th Oct 2017|
|1 day 13 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2017 November 14th, 11:00:22 UTC||Liverpool|
|2017 October 12th, 13:00:50 UTC||Weymouth|
|2017 October 2nd, 16:00:15 UTC||Poole|
|2017 September 30th, 15:30:29 UTC||Daysail|
|2017 September 26th, 12:00:43 UTC||Portsmouth|
|2017 September 24th, 12:00:15 UTC||Weymouth|
|2017 September 22nd, 19:00:33 UTC||Rye Roads|
|2017 September 16th, 18:00:26 UTC||Leigh Anchorage|
|2017 September 15th, 12:00:17 UTC||Boulogne|
|2017 September 13th, 17:00:42 UTC||Sandown Bay||
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