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Vessels of interest visit Cowes

31 May 2017
Following the visit to Cowes in April of the Nao Victoria, an authentic wooden replica of the ship that first sailed around the world, this May also saw a visit from the Caravel Boa Esperança. The Boa Esperança is a replica of the famous Portuguese ship that seafarer Bartolomé Díaz took beyond the limits of Atlantic navigation in 1488, passing through the Cape of Good Hope and opening the route towards the East. Then on 11th May, the elegant cruise ship Le Boreal called at Cowes for passengers to enjoy a day on our beautiful Island. 

Both the Nao Victoria and the Caravel Boa Esperança moored at Trinity Landing, which is located 100m south of No. 1 fairway buoy in Cowes Harbour and is also used by tenders from visiting cruise ships to land their passengers. 

For all enquiries about cruise ship stopovers in Cowes, as well as visits by tall ships and private yachts, please contact the Harbour Office.

Le Boreal at Cowes May 2017
Le Boreal anchored in Cowes Roads May 2017

Nao Victoria at Trinity Landing Cowes
Nao Victoria at Trinity Landing Cowes in April 2017

Caravel Boa Esperança visited Cowes in May 2017
Caravel Boa Esperança visited Cowes in May 2017

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