Life on the Ocean Waves
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Nautical miles sailed to date
The Jewels of the Baltic Artemis Braemar Arcadia Small map of the Black Watch's Baltic cruise
Clicking on the small maps below will open a full-size map (1024 x 768) in its own window, on which I have drawn the route each ship took. For clarity, I have listed the ports of call on each voyage separately, along with their geographical co-ordinates (latitude and longitude.)
Ship:  M/S Black Watch, 9 - 22 July 2013 Newcastle-upon-Tyne: 54º 59' N, 1º 36 ' W Aalborg, Denmark:  57º 02’ N, 9º  55’ E Warnemünde, Germany:  54º 10’ N, 12º 04’ E Saaremaa Island, Estonia: 58º 15’ N, 22º 09’ E Tallinn, Estonia: 59º 29' N, 24º 40' E St. Petersburg, Russia: 59º 58' N, 30º 19' E Copenhagen, Denmark: 55º 44' N, 12º 25' E Newcastle-upon-Tyne: 54º 59' N, 1º 36 ' W
Small map of the Caronia cruise in the Baltic
Ship:  M/S Caronia, 31 July - 13 Aug 2002 Southampton, England: 50º 54' N, 1º 24'W Zeebrugge, Belgium: 51º 20' N, 3º 11' E Transit Kiel Canal, Germany: 54º 01' N, 10º 47' E Stockholm, Sweden: 59º 22' N, 17º 58' E Tallinn, Estonia: 59º 29' N, 24º 40' E St. Petersburg, Russia: 59º 58' N, 30º 19' E Helsinki, Finland: 60º 12' N, 24º 54' E Rostock, Germany: 54º 07' N, 12º 00' E Copenhagen, Denmark: 55º 44' N, 12º 25' E Oslo, Norway: 59º 56' N, 10º 38' E Southampton, England: 50º 54' N, 1º 24'W
Church of the Spilled Blood, St. Petersburg
The magnificent Church of the Spilled Blood, St. Petersburg, Russia.
The Little Mermaid in Copenhagen, Denmark
Famous statue of the Little Mermaid in Copenhagen harbour.