Volvo Ocean Round the World Race - 2011-2012 Alicante to Galway

Posted by Schmitt Ray on January 18th, 2021

The 'Round the World' 2011-12 Volvo Ocean Race, starts in Alicante, Spain around the 29th October. The first leg in the race see the yachts set off from your popular Spanish port for majestic Cape Town, South Africa on 05 November, with the expected arrival date of 25 November. From then about the punishing schedule takes the racers to Abu Dhabi, Sanya (China), Auckland after which Itaja?� (Brazil). From Brazil, they will travel northwards to Miami and after that through the Atlantic to Portugal (Lisbon). On Sunday 10 June 2012, the penultimate stage in the race speeds them up the coast and through the Bay of Biscay to Lorient, Brittany, in Northern France. The climax to the race finish have been around in the challenging waters ahead, since the racers leave the French coast and head out into the Atlantic going back time. Holiday accommodation Mount Martha will pass the Cornish coast of England while they speed northwards to Galway on 03 July 2012, Ireland where thousands of avid fans, family and many of Ireland's well wishers will line the finishing examine greet the yachtsmen and women home! Racing enthusiasts can follow the yachting crew's progress in more detail more closely on Volvo Ocean Race on Facebook. her explanation will have each of the latest updated Team News, Race information and videos so that you can view. If you're visiting Ireland to witness the arrival of the yachts on the finish line, local hotels may no doubt be fully booked or very expensive. Discover More Here to get quality self catering holiday cottages in Galway. Self catering holiday accommodation in Ireland will always be a very good option, but alternatively you could look at a remain in a bed and breakfasts or rent an area bungalow in Ireland, because the hotels could be expensive or fully booked. Be sure to book early!

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