Oman's Tall Ship

Lancaster, Pat
September 2001
Middle East;Sep2001, Issue 315, p44
Reports the return of the Shabab Oman training ship in Scotland. Recognition of the ship in the Tall Ships Race 2001; Historical background of the ship race; Features of the race.


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