Thursday, May 8, 2008

University of the Sea 2008

(Photo kindly sent by Gabriel Gama, who participated in last year's edition)
Please take a look at the information provided [HERE] regarding this year's edition of the University of the Sea, a partnership between the Universities of Oporto (Portugal) and Oviedo (Spain) aboard «CREOULA». You may apply to participate until 15th May 2008. Feel free to contact [Marina Silva] at the organization for more information (telephone: +351 223 401 806 or +351 91 834 5456). Click also [HERE] to read some of the news about this beautiful ship, many of them in english language.

ATENÇÃO QUE AS INSCRIÇÕES ENCERRAM EM 15 DE MAIO DE 2008.

6 comments:

Small City Scenes said...

I love the tall ships. there is a festival every year in Seattle honoring the real old times that sail in. MB

Sailor Girl said...

Really? That sounds great!!! Thanks!

Small City Scenes said...

Of course since I said Seattle I can't find anything. BUT In Victoria or Vancouver BC Canada just 2 hours away and in Tacoma Wa just a few hours away also is a 2008 Tall Ship Festival. I found this: I hope it helps.

http://tallshipsvictoria.ca/content/view/25/50/

It is now!!! I'll keep looking up Seattle. MB

Small City Scenes said...

Me again. So the Seattle event will be held in Tacoma--20 minutes away from Seattle--Same water way. And the ships will sail from victoria to Seattle-Tacoma for all to watch down the coast line. That's where I will be watching.

http://www.tallshipstacoma.com/

Champ Townboy said...

I want to go to that University!!

LUIS MIGUEL CORREIA said...

A manutenção do CREOULA no activo depois de ter feito a última viagem como navio de pesca em 1973 foi um dos actos mais relevantes da Governação Portuguesa num sentido de uma política do Mar.
Desde que entrou ao serviço como Navio de Treino de Mar em 1987, já embarcaram neste navio mais de 20.000
pessoas, na sua maioria portuguesas, o que só pelo número é muito positivo.
De parabéns todos quanto contribuiram para esta realidade, e um destaque especial à Marinha Portuguesa, entidade responsável pela operação do navio há 21 anos.