Having returned from the journey, John and Maxine published a richly illustrated book called "Sailing Through Russia" describing Tainui's groundbreaking journey.
It is a laconic and amusing account of the 3000-mile adventure by two intrepid sailors through a vast landscape, giving unique insights into a Russia which has for so long been inaccessible to foreigners.
Veritas instructors have already completed their training on the new simulator and the Navi-Planner 4000, and are fully ready to conduct training courses for the benefit of our esteemed clients.
The Chart Catalogue is designed for the preparation of orders for the purchase of TX–97 format charts from Transas Marine.
New fuel consumption unit introduced: diesel motor ton per hour (mt/h) Long-requested feature for large boats and yachts.
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Navi-Sailor 3000 has inherited the best from the modern MS Windows technology and increased PC hardware capabilities.
Crucial improvements have been made to the system's user interface to allow as much flexibility and convenience for the user as possible without sacrificing the accuracy of navigational information.
She was the first foreign-flagged vessel to complete this journey in over a century.
Tanui was manned by only two persons: Australian skipper John Vallentine and his indispensable crew member Maxine Maters, originally from the Netherlands, whose fluent Russian made this trip happen.