Race two of the Historical Seas Tall Ships Regatta is now completed and the provisional results are available. First across the finish line and taking Line Honours is the Spanish Class D vessel Hansa
Overall on corrected time, the Class B vessel Tecla (Netherlands) is the provisional winner, with the Class C Mati (Croatia) in second and Christianna V (Greece) in third.
The Russian ship Mir is the provisional winner of Class A on corrected time, with Dar Mlodziezy (Poland) in second and Kaliakra (Bulgaria) in third. Behind Tecla in Class B is Maybe (UK) with the Turkish Bodrum in third. In third place behind Mati and Christainna V in the Class C vessels is Mythos (Greece), while the Russian yacht Akela is the winner of Class D, with Adonis (Greece) in second and Tamara (Ukrain) in third. These results are subject to confirmation.
Adonis, Akela, Christianna V, Glaros K, Hansa, Mati, Maybe, Mythos, Sunny Queen, Tamara and Tecla are now all in the Ataköy Marina. The rest of the fleet will arrive in central Istanbul tomorrow morning at around 1100 local when they sail down from the north entrance to the Bosphorus together in convoy. They will then berth alongside the Karaköy Quay next to the Galata Bridge and in front of a famous skyline that includes Topkapi Palace, Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque.
To view the current placings of the race click here
To view the combined race results of Leg 1 and 2 of Race 1 click here
The Historical Seas Tall Ships Regatta is organised by Sail Training International.