School Statsraad Lehmkuhl has good wind in his sails after taking two of two possible leg wins in the Tall Ship Races.
The second leg went from the Portuguese capital Lisbon to Cadiz in Spain, written by Bergens newspaper.
– Two first places on Tall Ships’ Races are very important which means a lot of extra attention internationally and makes us all very proud, according to the ship’s Facebook page.
Norway’s largest and oldest bark sailing ships sailed into first place also on the first leg, which went from Antwerp to Lisbon.
Last regatta leg goes from Cadiz located on the Spanish south coast of La Coruna, in the north of Spain, from 11 to 14 August.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today