Alan Priddy to challenge US team

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Gibraltar has declared
its support of the British entry for the ‘Around the World’ powerboat race
between UK and USA later this year. It will award a perpetual trophy entitled
the ‘Gibraltar Cup’ agreed at a special signing ceremony (pictured) held at the
Parliamentary Offices of Gibraltar and attended by Chief Minister Fabian
Picardo.

Speaking on behalf of
Team UK Alan Priddy said “The signing of the ‘Race Document’ now makes it
official. I am extremely pleased the team of ‘Accomplish More’ has a fixed home
in which to challenge for the trophy, and prevent the Americans saying that ‘Britannia
no longer rules the waves’. Until the signing of this document, Gibraltar has
just been accepted as a place to start the race or stop for fuel. Now it has
become the ancestral home for all global powerboat attempts.”

“I think this race has
a great opportunity of becoming established as one of the great maritime events
for the entire world. I sincerely hope the ‘Gibraltar Cup’ will become something
those able to afford power boats necessary to circumnavigate the world will
want to win,” said Chief Minister, Fabian Picardo..

The Gibraltar Cup will
be a competition between two teams Alan Priddy representing the UK and a team
from the USA led by Ralph Brown. The race starts on November 3, 2013. Alan
Priddy and his teammates will cover 23,850 nautical miles in less than 50 days
and to comply with World Record Authorities they must pass through the Suez and
Panama Canals, cross the Tropic of Cancer and the Equator, in addition to the
start and finish place being the same. As a result of these requirements
‘Accomplish More’ will be taking the route of Gibraltar, Puerto Rico, Panama,
Acapulco, Honolulu, Guam, Singapore, Oman, Gibraltar.

In addition to Alan
Priddy there is a crew of eight; Joe Mearns, Shelley Jory-Leigh, Dr Jan
Falkowski, Pietro Giovannoli, Clive Tully, Steve Mason and latest edition
Gibraltar resident and former Elephant Polo World Champion Robert McKinsey.

The boat will start being built this week,
following the computer generation of designs, cuts and tests. A television show
which follows the building of the boat will be filmed to be shown worldwide at
a later date on television stations such as the Discovery Channel. The design
of the Gibraltar Cup will be set as a competition for the schoolchildren of
Gibraltar,

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Gibraltar has declared
its support of the British entry for the ?Around the World’ powerboat race
between UK and USA later this year. It will award a perpetual trophy entitled
the ?Gibraltar Cup’ agreed at a special signing ceremony (pictured) held at the
Parliamentary Offices of Gibraltar and attended by Chief Minister Fabian
Picardo.

Speaking on behalf of
Team UK Alan Priddy said “The signing of the ?Race Document’ now makes it
official. I am extremely pleased the team of ?Accomplish More’ has a fixed home
in which to challenge for the trophy, and prevent the Americans saying that ?Britannia
no longer rules the waves’. Until the signing of this document, Gibraltar has
just been accepted as a place to start the race or stop for fuel. Now it has
become the ancestral home for all global powerboat attempts.”

“I think this race has
a great opportunity of becoming established as one of the great maritime events
for the entire world. I sincerely hope the ?Gibraltar Cup’ will become something
those able to afford power boats necessary to circumnavigate the world will
want to win,” said Chief Minister, Fabian Picardo..

The Gibraltar Cup will
be a competition between two teams Alan Priddy representing the UK and a team
from the USA led by Ralph Brown. The race starts on November 3, 2013. Alan
Priddy and his teammates will cover 23,850 nautical miles in less than 50 days
and to comply with World Record Authorities they must pass through the Suez and
Panama Canals, cross the Tropic of Cancer and the Equator, in addition to the
start and finish place being the same. As a result of these requirements
?Accomplish More’ will be taking the route of Gibraltar, Puerto Rico, Panama,
Acapulco, Honolulu, Guam, Singapore, Oman, Gibraltar.

In addition to Alan
Priddy there is a crew of eight; Joe Mearns, Shelley Jory-Leigh, Dr Jan
Falkowski, Pietro Giovannoli, Clive Tully, Steve Mason and latest edition
Gibraltar resident and former Elephant Polo World Champion Robert McKinsey.

The boat will start being built this week,
following the computer generation of designs, cuts and tests. A television show
which follows the building of the boat will be filmed to be shown worldwide at
a later date on television stations such as the Discovery Channel. The design
of the Gibraltar Cup will be set as a competition for the schoolchildren of
Gibraltar,

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Gibraltar has declared
its support of the British entry for the ?Around the World’ powerboat race
between UK and USA later this year. It will award a perpetual trophy entitled
the ?Gibraltar Cup’ agreed at a special signing ceremony (pictured) held at the
Parliamentary Offices of Gibraltar and attended by Chief Minister Fabian
Picardo.

Speaking on behalf of
Team UK Alan Priddy said “The signing of the ?Race Document’ now makes it
official. I am extremely pleased the team of ?Accomplish More’ has a fixed home
in which to challenge for the trophy, and prevent the Americans saying that ?Britannia
no longer rules the waves’. Until the signing of this document, Gibraltar has
just been accepted as a place to start the race or stop for fuel. Now it has
become the ancestral home for all global powerboat attempts.”

“I think this race has
a great opportunity of becoming established as one of the great maritime events
for the entire world. I sincerely hope the ?Gibraltar Cup’ will become something
those able to afford power boats necessary to circumnavigate the world will
want to win,” said Chief Minister, Fabian Picardo..

The Gibraltar Cup will
be a competition between two teams Alan Priddy representing the UK and a team
from the USA led by Ralph Brown. The race starts on November 3, 2013. Alan
Priddy and his teammates will cover 23,850 nautical miles in less than 50 days
and to comply with World Record Authorities they must pass through the Suez and
Panama Canals, cross the Tropic of Cancer and the Equator, in addition to the
start and finish place being the same. As a result of these requirements
?Accomplish More’ will be taking the route of Gibraltar, Puerto Rico, Panama,
Acapulco, Honolulu, Guam, Singapore, Oman, Gibraltar.

In addition to Alan
Priddy there is a crew of eight; Joe Mearns, Shelley Jory-Leigh, Dr Jan
Falkowski, Pietro Giovannoli, Clive Tully, Steve Mason and latest edition
Gibraltar resident and former Elephant Polo World Champion Robert McKinsey.

The boat will start being built this week,
following the computer generation of designs, cuts and tests. A television show
which follows the building of the boat will be filmed to be shown worldwide at
a later date on television stations such as the Discovery Channel. The design
of the Gibraltar Cup will be set as a competition for the schoolchildren of
Gibraltar,

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Gibraltar has declared
its support of the British entry for the ?Around the World’ powerboat race
between UK and USA later this year. It will award a perpetual trophy entitled
the ?Gibraltar Cup’ agreed at a special signing ceremony (pictured) held at the
Parliamentary Offices of Gibraltar and attended by Chief Minister Fabian
Picardo.

Speaking on behalf of
Team UK Alan Priddy said “The signing of the ?Race Document’ now makes it
official. I am extremely pleased the team of ?Accomplish More’ has a fixed home
in which to challenge for the trophy, and prevent the Americans saying that ?Britannia
no longer rules the waves’. Until the signing of this document, Gibraltar has
just been accepted as a place to start the race or stop for fuel. Now it has
become the ancestral home for all global powerboat attempts.”

“I think this race has
a great opportunity of becoming established as one of the great maritime events
for the entire world. I sincerely hope the ?Gibraltar Cup’ will become something
those able to afford power boats necessary to circumnavigate the world will
want to win,” said Chief Minister, Fabian Picardo..

The Gibraltar Cup will
be a competition between two teams Alan Priddy representing the UK and a team
from the USA led by Ralph Brown. The race starts on November 3, 2013. Alan
Priddy and his teammates will cover 23,850 nautical miles in less than 50 days
and to comply with World Record Authorities they must pass through the Suez and
Panama Canals, cross the Tropic of Cancer and the Equator, in addition to the
start and finish place being the same. As a result of these requirements
?Accomplish More’ will be taking the route of Gibraltar, Puerto Rico, Panama,
Acapulco, Honolulu, Guam, Singapore, Oman, Gibraltar.

In addition to Alan
Priddy there is a crew of eight; Joe Mearns, Shelley Jory-Leigh, Dr Jan
Falkowski, Pietro Giovannoli, Clive Tully, Steve Mason and latest edition
Gibraltar resident and former Elephant Polo World Champion Robert McKinsey.

The boat will start being built this week,
following the computer generation of designs, cuts and tests. A television show
which follows the building of the boat will be filmed to be shown worldwide at
a later date on television stations such as the Discovery Channel. The design
of the Gibraltar Cup will be set as a competition for the schoolchildren of
Gibraltar,

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Gibraltar has declared
its support of the British entry for the ?Around the World’ powerboat race
between UK and USA later this year. It will award a perpetual trophy entitled
the ?Gibraltar Cup’ agreed at a special signing ceremony (pictured) held at the
Parliamentary Offices of Gibraltar and attended by Chief Minister Fabian
Picardo.

 

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Speaking on behalf of
Team UK Alan Priddy said “The signing of the ?Race Document’ now makes it
official. I am extremely pleased the team of ?Accomplish More’ has a fixed home
in which to challenge for the trophy, and prevent the Americans saying that ?Britannia
no longer rules the waves’. Until the signing of this document, Gibraltar has
just been accepted as a place to start the race or stop for fuel. Now it has
become the ancestral home for all global powerboat attempts.”

“I think this race has
a great opportunity of becoming established as one of the great maritime events
for the entire world. I sincerely hope the ?Gibraltar Cup’ will become something
those able to afford power boats necessary to circumnavigate the world will
want to win,” said Chief Minister, Fabian Picardo..

The Gibraltar Cup will
be a competition between two teams Alan Priddy representing the UK and a team
from the USA led by Ralph Brown. The race starts on November 3, 2013. Alan
Priddy and his teammates will cover 23,850 nautical miles in less than 50 days
and to comply with World Record Authorities they must pass through the Suez and
Panama Canals, cross the Tropic of Cancer and the Equator, in addition to the
start and finish place being the same. As a result of these requirements
?Accomplish More’ will be taking the route of Gibraltar, Puerto Rico, Panama,
Acapulco, Honolulu, Guam, Singapore, Oman, Gibraltar.

In addition to Alan
Priddy there is a crew of eight; Joe Mearns, Shelley Jory-Leigh, Dr Jan
Falkowski, Pietro Giovannoli, Clive Tully, Steve Mason and latest edition
Gibraltar resident and former Elephant Polo World Champion Robert McKinsey.

The boat will start almost immediately
following the computer generation of designs, cuts and tests. A television show
which follows the building of the boat will be filmed to be shown worldwide at
a later date on television stations such as the Discovery Channel. The design
of the Gibraltar Cup will be set as a competition for the schoolchildren of
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