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Cadets managing the sails of the Sedov.  (Colin Delfosse)

Cadets managing the sails of the Sedov. (Colin Delfosse)

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Dewaruci’s foremast is 35.25 meters tall. The mainmast is 35.87 meters, and the mizzenmast is 32.5 meters tall. It has 16 individual sails and a total area of 1,091 square meter sail that makes it move with a speed of 9 knots per hour or approximately 11 mph.

Dewaruci’s foremast is 35.25 meters tall. The mainmast is 35.87 meters, and the mizzenmast is 32.5 meters tall. It has 16 individual sails and a total area of 1,091 square meter sail that makes it move with a speed of 9 knots per hour or approximately 11 mph.

The Dewaruci is to sail across the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans and the seas around them.  Ports of call include Jayapura, Kwajelein, Honolulu, San Diego, Manzanillo, Panama, New Orleans, Miami, Charleston, New York, Norfolk, Baltimore, Boston, St. John, Porto, Cadiz, Malta, Port Said, Jeddah, Salalah, and Colombo.

The Dewaruci is to sail across the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans and the seas around them. Ports of call include Jayapura, Kwajelein, Honolulu, San Diego, Manzanillo, Panama, New Orleans, Miami, Charleston, New York, Norfolk, Baltimore, Boston, St. John, Porto, Cadiz, Malta, Port Said, Jeddah, Salalah, and Colombo.

NEW ORLEANS (March 2, 2014) Damage Controlman Fireman Recruit James Liberatore demonstrates a fire fighting ensemble to a group of Sea Cadets aboard the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Mahan (DDG 72). Mahan is in New Orleans for a port visit during the Mardi Gras celebration. (U.S. Navy photo by Ensign Alexander Washofsky/Released)

NEW ORLEANS (March 2, 2014) Damage Controlman Fireman Recruit James Liberatore demonstrates a fire fighting ensemble to a group of Sea Cadets aboard the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Mahan (DDG 72). Mahan is in New Orleans for a port visit during the Mardi Gras celebration. (U.S. Navy photo by Ensign Alexander Washofsky/Released)

The legendary four-masted barque "Sedov"

The legendary four-masted barque "Sedov"

Sedov and Kruzenshtern in Brest. Instagram photo by Lucas Gontard.

Sedov and Kruzenshtern in Brest. Instagram photo by Lucas Gontard.

The cadets climbing the masts were a particularly huge attraction. Among the spectators were family members as they felt the spirit of Jalesveva Jayamahe, ‘Glorious on the Seas’, the motto of the Indonesian Navy.

The cadets climbing the masts were a particularly huge attraction. Among the spectators were family members as they felt the spirit of Jalesveva Jayamahe, ‘Glorious on the Seas’, the motto of the Indonesian Navy.

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