sail-world.com
 
 
News Home Cruising Photo Gallery Video Gallery

 

Sail-World.com : Clipper Round the World Yacht Race - Tight at the top

Clipper Round the World Yacht Race - Tight at the top

'De Lage Landen - Clipper Round the World Yacht Race 2011-12'    Clipper Race/onEdition

Clipper 2011-12 Round the World Yacht Race fleet continue on day sixteen of race five, from Western Australia to New Zealand. An intense battle is underway for the coveted podium with just 32 miles separating the five boats vying for the second and third spots.

De Lage Landen, currently in fourth place, is one of the teams gunning for a top-three finish and skipper, Stuart Jackson, acknowledges that it is set to be close call with so many of the boats bunched together in the closing stages of this 3,800-mile race.

'As there is going to be some fairly unpredictable weather we could well see positions change in the next few days. It never ceases to amaze me that after nearly 4,000 miles, there is the possibility of half the fleet finishing within a few hours of each other,' Stuart said.

Although frustrating at times, the close racing helps to motivate the crew to keep getting the best they can out of the boat, Stuart added.

'It is also testament to their hardy resolve that they keep smiling and joking in the dismal conditions,' he said.

More unsettled weather is on the way, according to meteorologist Simon Rowell, who is providing the ten teams with daily weather updates. The conditions over the next couple of days will be 'a bit messy and patchy' as the weather systems generally move eastwards, Simon said.

'There will be some localised strong winds through the Cook Strait and around Table Cape and East Cape over the next two to three days,' he added. Simon has advised the skippers to pay close attention the local weather broadcasts on VHF radio as they make their way up the coast.

'The strong stuff won't be anything that the teams haven’t already seen at this stage in the race, but the change in the weather will be rather quick and so it will probably be harder work overall,' Simon said, noting that the teams are likely to make numerous sail changes to cope with the erratic conditions.

Derry-Londonderry has emerged from Stealth Mode in second place, nine miles ahead of Welcome to Yorkshire and skipper, Mark Light, said that the close battle for the podium spots had got even closer.

He conceded that Gold Coast Australia had a 'healthy lead' and said that barring any mishaps the Australian team was unlikely to be caught.

'This leaves five boats all going for second and third spots, and although my maths is not great, even I know that five into two does not go so three boats will miss out on the podium,' Mark said.

'Our aim is to make sure that we are not one of the three boats who will finish just outside the top places,' he added.

At current speeds the distance separating Derry-Londonderry from sixth-placed Visit Finland equates to only three hours sailing, so Mark is all too aware of the need to trim well and sail fast and to preserve equipment in the adverse conditions to avoid having to deal with a time consuming situation on board.

'The excitement must be building for the people watching the action unfold on the Race Viewer but for all of us on board the tensions are rising and the finish line cannot come soon enough!' Mark said.

Rupert Dean and his team on Welcome to Yorkshire are capitalising on their newfound wind and remain hot on the heels of Derry-Londonderry.

'After struggling to keep Welcome to Yorkshire moving in light winds, rain and cloudy skies, we are now reaching along nicely under main, staysail and Yankee 1 in about 27 knots of wind from the south east. Quite where this wind is coming from is anyone's guess as, it tells a totally different story to what we would expect from the weather charts,' Rupert said.

The heavy north westerly winds funnelling down the Cook Strait appear to have passed ahead of the English team, and Rupert said he was relieved to be 'spared the discomfort of hardcore upwind sailing'.

The sail repair team on Welcome to Yorkshire has finished taping together their medium weight spinnaker which was damaged after being dragged under the boat last week.

Rupert praised Ann Finch, Richard Simons, Kate Prior, Keith Pickering and Steve Reid for their efforts and said they were now stitching the repair with the sewing machine. They hope to finish the extensive repairs by the time they reach Tauranga.

Meanwhile, an abundance of wildlife is greeting the teams as they sail in close proximity to New Zealand’s shores for the first time in the history of the Clipper Race.

Rupert said his team had spotted large quantities of kelp, various birdlife including three albatross and a huge school of bottlenose dolphins. 'These and the rising air and sea temperatures are all welcome signs as we make our way north towards Tauranga,' he said.

New York in Race 5 - Clipper 11-12 Round the World Yacht Race -  Karl Monaghan/onEdition  

New York’s skipper, Gareth Glover, admits that he was disappointed to slip back from second into fourth place as his team failed to benefit from his move offshore allowing the inshore teams to pull ahead.

'We’ve been unable to fly a spinnaker or poled-out a headsail due to the sea state as the waves have been coming from all angles making it hard to helm,' Gareth said.

'We’re now waiting on the next set of weather information and time will tell if our route is going to pay off in the end,' he added.

It has been another day of extremes on Visit Finland with the changeable weather and sea state challenging the crew, according to skipper, Olly Osborne.

'The watches are working very hard to keep pace with the demands of the elements and we have nearly been caught out by squally showers a couple of times,' he said.

This presents a stark contrast to last night’s weather when there was 'a glassy sea and barely a breath of breeze'. But every cloud has its silver lining and the calm conditions allowed the Visit Finland crew to witness a show of phosphorescent sea creatures of all shapes and sizes.

'When we shone a torch at the sea, it was thick with squid and worm-like creatures. It was a fascinating sight but everyone made double sure that they were clipped on!' Olly said.

As the most westerly boat, the Visit Finland team is working on a 'least miles and best boat speed theory'. However, Olly said that he was watching the teams to the east carefully to see if they were able to remain in the stronger winds for longer as the low pressure cell receded to the east.

After regaining their triple-digit lead overnight, Richard Hewson and his team on Gold Coast Australia are feeling the burn after a 'wild ride' crossing the approaches to the Cook Strait.

Richard reports that his team ploughed to windward into large seas and swells with a solid 50 knots of wind from the north west. 'With the storm sails up Gold Coast Australia handled like a dream and powered to windward like a freight train on rails,' he said.

Richard said that his crew was 'completely exhausted' after carrying out at least one sail change per watch as the wind increased over the first 16 hours of the storm with each one taking up to two hours to complete.

'Even flaking the sail once it is down is an absolute mission and the crew worked hard to keep the yacht shipshape. Not only is it physically strenuous whilst on deck, but also when trying to rest or, dare I say, to sleep as the inside of the hull is being bounced around like a rollercoaster, and nobody sleeps well on a rollercoaster, particularly in the rain!' he said.

Richard anticipates that the approach to Tauranga will continue to be 'extremely challenging' and now that the storm has abated the team is trying to get some rest to prepare for the demanding conditions ahead.

After making miles on the fleet in record speeds yesterday, it has been a slow and frustrating 24 hours on board Edinburgh Inspiring Capital as the team experiences light variable winds and drizzle. Skipper, Gordon Reid, considers the challenging dynamics of ocean racing.

'The Ocean Racing Team on Edinburgh Inspiring Capital is working hard to keep us moving, with countless sail changes as the wind fills then eases and changes direction 30 degrees at a time.

'From riding on the edge of the Southern Ocean's fury to a much more sedate and calm coastal cruise, this is a lot like typical sailing weather off the west coast of Scotland where I learned to sail as a wee lad with rain, drizzle and fog, so just like being at home for me,' he said.

'Someone asked me what it was like living life to the max, well some days are better than others, for now we are staying focused and are keeping the faith,' he added.

With the weather due to bring strong winds over the next two to three days Edinburgh Inspiring Capital is hoping to regain speed and once again take chunks from the rest of the fleet in their race to the finish line in Tauranga .

'There is wind ahead and the ocean isn't finished with us yet, she is about to blow and once more we will be riding on the edge, bring it on say the crew. It's all good!' said Gordon.

Despite the light winds, the team on board Geraldton Western Australia has been working hard to maintain their current position. Skipper Juan Coetzer is pleased with the team’s hard work. 'Quite a bit of maintenance has been done today, keeping the boat in tip top condition,' he said.

As Geraldton Western Australia continued to drift up the coastline last night giving them a first glimpse at New Zealand, the team looked to the finish in Tauranga.

'Now that the day has come, the breeze has filled in a little, and we are off,' he added.

On board Qingdao the frustration continues for Ian Conchie and his team as they sail downwind in light airs reducing their apparent wind. The team is all too familiar with light airs from an unfavourable angle after their experience on Leg 3 from Cape Town to Geraldton.

'We are doing everything we can to maximise our boat speed with the spinnaker up but it requires constant trimming to try and keep it full in these light airs. All we can do is wait and pray that the next forecast has something more promising in it to allow us to make good progress towards the finish,' Ian said.

As the team feel the frustration of racing due to the weather, they have taken the opportunity to use the warm air to get ahead of the chores that await them in Tauranga and have started cleaning, washing and drying everything that has got damp on board.

Singapore at the start of Race 5 - Clipper 11-12 Round the World Yacht Race -  Karl Monaghan/onEdition  

As the team on board Singapore continues to head north, last night provided what skipper Ben Bowley describes as 'some much needed stimulation' as they experienced high winds which saw a plethora of sail changes and miles gained.

With the team retired from the current race, Singapore has been experiencing slightly different weather patterns to the rest of the fleet as they take a shorter northerly route. As they approach Tauranga, Ben Bowley and his team are looking forward to rejoining the rest of the fleet to prepare for race six to Gold Coast in Queensland.

'It looks like we may have another 24 hours motoring ahead as the breeze dies in the centre of this expanding high pressure but once on the other side there should be a nice fetch up to Cape Regina and hopefully a fast flat kite blast in the lee of the north island to Tauranga. It will be superb to be back with the fleet again preparing for the next sprint to Gold Coast,' he said.

Race six from Tauranga to Gold Coast starts on 4 December.

Positions at 0900 UTC, Monday 21 November
Boat - DTF*
1 Gold Coast Australia - 331nm
2 Derry-Londonderry - 443nm (+112nm DTL**)
3 Welcome to Yorkshire - 452nm(+121nm)
4 De Lage Landen - 455nm (+124nm)
5 New York - 458nm (+127nm)
6 Visit Finland - 474nm (+144nm)
7 Edinburgh Inspiring Capital - 649nm (+318nm)
8 Geraldton Western Australia - 675nm (+344nm)
9 Qingdao - 864nm (+534nm)
10 Singapore - 1535nm (Retired) Position at 0600

DTF* = Distance to Finish, DTL** = Distance to Leader Full positions are updated every three hours and can be found online.

Clipper Round the World Yacht Race website




by Heather Ewing

  

Click on the FB Like link to post this story to your FB wall

http://www.sail-world.com/index.cfm?nid=91012

1:53 PM Mon 21 Nov 2011 GMT






Click here for printer friendly version
Click here to send us feedback or comments about this story.


Related News Stories:

31 Oct 2012  Clipper Round the World Yacht Race - First Clipper 70 hits the UK
18 Oct 2012  Clipper Round the World Yacht Race to support youth cancer charity
16 Oct 2012  Clipper Round the World Yacht Race - Deputy Race Director appointed
23 Jul 2012  Clipper Round the World Yacht Race - Victory for Gold Coast Australia
21 Jul 2012  Clipper Round the World Yacht Race fleet on final phase
20 Jul 2012  Clipper Round the World Yacht Race fleet face tightly packed finish
19 Jul 2012  Clipper Round the World Yacht Race fleet head to Southampton
13 Jul 2012  Clipper Round the World Yacht Race – Qingdao cross Race 14 finish
12 Jul 2012  Clipper Round the World Race - Singapore first over Race 14 finish
12 Jul 2012  Clipper Round the World Yacht Race - Race 14 finish fast approaching
MORE STORIES ...

News - USA and the World

Volvo Ocean Race: Big gains for two boats in Doldrums *Feature by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz
Two boats have made big gains in the Doldrums, with the western-most competitors apparently not stopping and sailing though the convergence zone between northern and southern hemispheres, without dropping below 8kts. Team Brunel and Abh Dhabi Ocean Racing have both made big gains on the rest of the fleet - and the two easternmost boats - Team Vestas Wind and Mapfre, in particular. ... [more]  

Groupe Beneteau today announced its sponsorship of the US Sailing Team Sperry Top-Sider and ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami. Groupe Beneteau is the world's leading yacht builder, and will now become a significant presence in high-performance sailing with its support of both the US national sailing team and North America's premier Olympic and Paralympic classes regatta. ... [more]  

The 2014 RS:X Youth Worlds kicked off on October 20th in Clearwater, USA, and it was hard work from the start: in 5-6 kt of breeze, offshore to start the day and side-on to close it, pumping was in order for the 54 boys and 28 girls gathered here for the 2014 RS:X Youth World Windsurfing Championships. ... [more]  

In spite of Hurricane Gonzalo's thrashing of the Onion Patch last week, the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club and the people of Bermuda are ready to host the 2014 Argo Group Gold Cup, Stage 6 of the Alpari World Match Racing Tour (AWMRT). All 20 teams have arrived safely from their corners of the world and will practice for a day and race on Wednesday. ... [more]  

While the Renaissance Re Junior Gold Cup always offers opportunities for young people to have new experiences, coping with Hurricane Gonzalo offered the 14 competitors traveling from overseas to Bermuda a hurdle that strengthened their respect for this island nation. Many of the 14 competitors spent layover time in either hotels or airports and some are now guests in homes without electricity. ... [more]  

Dynamic Stability Systems welcomes last week’s decision by IMOCA to place no further restrictions on its class rule. This permits both the six new IMOCA 60s currently under construction, as well as the existing fleet, to be fitted with the lateral lifting foils which DSS has spent the last decade pioneering. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15. It’s the place where the northern and southern winds meet, where a sailing race can be won or lost in an instant. And with its complex and confusing conditions, lack of breeze, and stifling heat – it’s also a place that most sailors can’t wait to see the back of. But there is one good thing about the Doldrums. ... [more]  

The Atlantic has proved to be a test for the VO65s in the Volvo Ocean Race and their teams as a battle of gybing down the west coast of Africa broke out, keeping all boats in a relatively tight-knit pack for much longer than expected. Having passed Morocco and the Canaries, we were drawn to the tricky-to-handle magnet of Cape Verde. ... [more]  

It’s the dawn of a complicated day in the Volvo Ocean Race. Let’s face it: we’re not having a very good time on Dongfeng. We lost distance last night, and our leading position. The day got dull afterwards. Sailing straight ahead, with the spinnaker up, in light winds. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15, Day 10 onboard Team SCA. Two days, eight hours, thirty-four minutes, and ten seconds, nine seconds, eight, seven, six, five… over the last few days the clock has gotten louder and louder as it counts down to October 23rd at noon—the time when we cross the equator and the time when myself and six other sailors join the rest of our crew in King Neptune’s court. ... [more]  

For Pablo Arrarte Elorza, the Volvo Ocean Race is a tough challenge. Not as far as physical effort is concerned because this likeable Spaniard is a very strong guy. For Pablo, the race is mostly a culinary war of attrition because the food that the team has bought with it on the race does little to please his gourmet palate. ... [more]  

The team at The St. Maarten Heineken Regatta are very happy to announce that entries are now open for the 2015 Regatta, taking place March 5 - 8. The team hopes to see lots of return entries as well as new ones this year, all coming to celebrate the event's 35th year. In order to celebrate this milestone year, there will be some new features this coming season. ... [more]  

After three complete days at sea only three boats competing in the 2014 Rolex Middle Sea Race have passed the northwest tip of Sicily, roughly the halfway point of the race. The prevailing wind remains weak, but is expected to strengthen this afternoon coinciding with the arrival of bulk of the fleet t the Egadi Islands. ... [more]  

Last week the Volvo Ocean Race was all about VMG downwind sailing, with Dongfeng being the star performer. After DFRT took the lead, they shortly lost it again 36 hours later after hitting something in the water and losing their rudder. Two hours later they were up and running again with the spare in. Impressive stuff. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race: Blogs from the Boats - Leg 1, Day 9 plus Videos *Feature by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.nz/com
Several of the On Board Reporters aboard, provide their unique views of Leg 1, Day 9 of the Volvo Ocean Race - in text, images and video. ... [more]  

Rolex Middle Sea Race 2014 - Fight to the finish by Media Royal Malta Yacht Club
Igor Simicic's maxi, Esimit Europa 2 is expected to finish the Rolex Middle Sea Race in the early hours of tomorrow morning. However the 100ft carbon fibre canting keel Maxi is under serious pressure to secure their fourth Line Honours victory in the race. ... [more]  

Italy won two races (windward-leeward race (ninth race) and coastal race (11th race), Switzerland won the second race of the day (10th race) and Ireland the last one (12th race). A lot of tactics was required to make best use of the little wind. The first race (windward-leeward race, 0,8nm) started at four knots. A second start under black flag happened. ... [more]  

PredictWind have made significant improvements to the swell forecasting models and added new locations. Integrating the new 50km global wind forecast with ocean current data has created the most advanced swell modelling available online. By combining PredictWind forecast data with ocean current data, the effect of the wind on swells can be accounted for ... [more]  

The battle continues for the lead in the Volvo Ocean Race, with the front running being taken up by different competitors on a regular basis. With the first boats about to enter the Doldrums, anything can happen - with the outcome being decided by navigational skill and experience, rather than being resolved on a computer. ... [more]  

The Renaissance Re Junior Gold Cup, now in its 12th year, is known around the world as an international championship of junior champions. It runs parallel to the penultimate event on the World Match Racing Tour, the Argo Group Gold Cup. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race: Fleet charges the door of the Doldrums Casino *Feature by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz
The Volvo Ocean Race has lifted intensity again on Day 9 with the fleet spread across 100nm of ocean and charging in a line for the turning point of Fernando de Noronha, 220nm off the Brazilian coast. ... [more]  

As expected the third day of the 2014 La Torche PWA Grand Slam proved to be a quiet affair with very light winds throughout the day. After a chilly and overcast start, the sun eventually broke through to produce another beautiful afternoon in La Torche. ... [more]  

The first eight days of the 2014-15 Volvo Ocean Race have been filled with more excitement and tighter racing than anyone could have anticipated. Up until Saturday morning, Leg One has left the fleet with few tactical options and therefore has kept everyone tightly packed as one unit of seven boats. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15. The sun’s out. It’s warm – not too hot, but warm enough for just a tee shirt. Ian Walker is stood at the helm of his Emirati boat, generous Atlantic trade winds whistling past his ears. 'We’re going straight through,' he claims, confidently. 'What Doldrums? - they’re going to say. Azzam isn’t even going to slow down.' ... [more]  

At 1700 CET in the Rolex Middle Sea Race, 113 yachts had rounded Stromboli, the active volcano that marks the most northerly point of the course. Race leader on the water, Esimit Europa 2, was less than 20 miles from Favignana and preparing to turn south with 289 miles to go and is expected to finish the race in the early hours of Wednesday 22 October, which would be well outside the course record ... [more]  

It is with great pleasure that the Star Sailors League announces that two more top Brazilian sailors will be joining the fleet of 20 super-champions taking part in the Star Sailors League Finals 2014 being held for the second consecutive year at Nassau Yacht Club in the Bahamas between December 1st and 7th. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15, Day Nine onboard Team Alvimedica. It’s hard to explain the complexity of the weather in this part of the world. No computer model or forecaster can accurately predict the winds because the air here is dry and warm, 23c now, and the typical barometric pressure gradients that generate them become very weak. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15, Day Nine onboard Team SCA. We’re a boat on a mission: catch the fleet. And they’re getting closer by the mile. The first time I sailed past Cape Verde islands was in 2010 when I was helping deliver a catamaran from Gibraltar to Antigua, W.I. ... [more]  

Thailand bids for 2016 IODA ‘Optimist’ World Championships by Jordan Rumsby, Royal Varuna Yacht Club
Pattaya's Royal Varuna Yacht Club has submitted a bid to host the 2016 International Optimist Dinghy Association World Championships, offering the world's most talented junior sailing teams a chance to experience the steady wind, sunshine, smiles, great food, and family-friendly attractions of Thailand's top dinghy sailing destination ... [more]  

Photographer Ellen Hoke was on the water at the Farr 40 Worlds sailed from the St Francis Yacht Club, San Francisco, and provided this second gallery of images from the Final Day - Day 4 Prizegiving ... [more]  

Bill Green - builder and sailor passes on by Malcolm McKeag, Scuttlebutt Europe, Lymington, England:
Bill Green, San Francisco-born sailor, Navy jet jockey (not a lot of people know that); US Coastguard; shrimp-boat hand (not a lot of people know that either); One Ton Cup winner and most latterly proprietor of Green Marine slipped quietly away from this life ... [more]  

Tom Burton (AUS) retained World #1 in the Laser after a tremendous fight back at ISAF Sailing World Cup Qingdao where he picked up bronze. The Australia had a tough opening day, finishing down the pack in both races but as the week progressed he worked his way up and sealed bronze on the final day to keep hold of World #1. ... [more]  

Photographer Ellen Hoke was on the water at the Farr 40 Worlds sailed from the St Francis Yacht Club, San Francisco, and provided this gallery of images from the Final Day - Day 4 ... [more]  

Farr 40 Worlds: Images from Day 2 in San Francisco *Feature
Rolex Middle Sea Race 2014 - A hard day's night
34th Student Yachting World Cup 2014 - Second race day
Volvo Ocean Race: Dongfeng loses lead, anyone's race ahead of Doldrums *Feature
Flying Dreams 'An Ocean Story': The Movie
New super maxis gear up for Rolex Sydney Hobart
Volvo Ocean Race: Blogs from the Boats - Leg 1, Day 8 plus Videos *Feature
Linda Elias Memorial Women’s One Design Challenge - Youngerman wins
2014 Off Valparaíso Race - Santander team victorious
La Torche PWA Grand Slam - Waves continue to pound on day 2
Volvo Ocean Race: Dongfeng consolidates lead on Day 8 *Feature
RS:X Youth World Championships - All set for Clearwater action
Rolex Middle Sea Race 2014 - Slow road north
Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15 – Dongfeng Race Team - A risky call
Rolex Middle Sea Race 2014 - Escaping the shroud of Mount Etna
Farr 40 Worlds: Day 4 Image and Video gallery *Feature
Australian 18 Footers League’s Major A. Frizelle Trophy
Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15 - Leader gambles on Island windshadow
2014 Sailing World Cup Qingdao - Final day video highlights
2014 Rolex Farr 40 World Championship - Plenty of time
Coast Guard rescues two near Wachapreague   
2014 Off Valparaíso Race - Day 2   
La Torche PWA Grand Slam - Massive swell on day 1   
Volvo Ocean Race: Welcome to Al's Ocean Cafe   
Argo Group Gold Cup survives Hurricane Gonzalo   
Volvo Ocean Race: Dongfeng regains lead after incident packed Day 7 *Feature   
Volvo Ocean Race: Dramatic video of Dongfeng rudder replacement   
Volvo Ocean Race - Team Alvimedica bounces back   
Volvo Ocean Race - Team SCA expecting the expected + Video   
Rolex Middle Sea Race - New record for Mediterranean classic   
ISAF Sailing World Cup Qingdao - Medallists decided across six fleets   
Volvo Ocean Race - Impressive turnaround for Dongfeng Race Team +Video   
Volvo Ocean Race: Race closer than leaderboard suggests - Leg 1, Day 6   
Volvo Ocean Race: Dongfeng Race Team break rudder after collision   
2014 Rolex Farr 40 World Championship - Famous breeze frustrates   
2014 Off Valparaíso Race - Day 1   
Sunfish World Championship - Victory for Argentina's Francisco Renna   
Volvo Ocean Race - Feeling the pressure six days in   
Volvo Ocean Race - Alvimedica cautiously cruising down coast of Africa   
Volvo Ocean Race - Team Brunel still within striking distance   


For this week's complete news stories select    Last 7 Days
   Search All News
For last month's complete news stories select    Last 30 Days
   Archive News







Sail-World.com  


















Switch Default Region to:

Social Media

Asia

Australia

Canada

Europe

New Zealand

United Kingdom


http://www.sail-world.com/event_images/image/Twitter_logo_small.png http://www.sail-world.com/event_images/image/FaceBook-icon.png  http://www.sail-world.com/event_images/image/RSS-Icon.png

United States

Cruising Northern

Cruising Southern

MarineBusiness World

PowerBoat World

FishingBoating World

 

Contact

Commercial

News

Search

Contact Us

Advertisers Information

Submit news/events

Search Stories/Text

Feedback

Advertisers Directory

Newsletter Archive

Photo Gallery

 

Banner Advertising Details

Newsletter Subscribe

Video Gallery

Policies

 

 

 

Privacy Policy

 

 


Cookie Policy

 

 



This site and its contents are © Copyright TetraMedia and/or the original author, photographer etc. All Rights Reserved.  Photographs are copyright by law.  If you wish to use or buy a photograph contact the photographer directly.
XLXL WAS US
LocalAds   DE  ES  FR  IT