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Officially launched in Junethe championship comprises eight of the most prestigious singlehanded and double-handed races in the world. At the end of the singlehnaded round the world race, the title of IMOCA World Champion is awarded to the sailor who has racked up the greatest number of points over the period in question. The famous non-stop, unassisted, singlehanded round the world race, transcended its status as solely a sports event from its very first edition back in This quite unique human adventure has secured a very special place in the heart of the public who every four years follow this breathtaking epic, which crowns the achievements of great sailors. Thirty or so sailors will line up on the big day aboard ever more innovative monohulls, the majority of them equipped with foils, and eight latest generation boats have been built for this edition.
American Neptune 6 1 Juni Petermanns Mitteilungen 51, Bericht über die Marschall-Inseln. Petermanns Mitteilungen 52, Joyce, T.
The new park featured the highest, most massive and glaciated mountain in the Pacific Northwest. It also featured, around the mountain's base, some of the largest Douglas fir and cedar trees in the region. And, owing to the tremendous range of elevation from Rainier's base to its summit, the park exhibited a remarkable variety of flora and fauna. Alluding to that biological diversity when the national park bill was still under consideration by Congress, the park's proponents aptly described Mount Rainier as "an arctic island in pacific single handed sailing association temperate sea. Bythe nation had four national parks Yellowstone, established inand Yosemite, Sequoia, and General Grant Kings Canyonall established in and 40 million acres of forest reserves national forestswhich had been set aside by presidential proclamation under the Forest Reserve Act of