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The crew of the sailboat "Pallada" honored the memory of the sailors who died in the Battle of Tsushima

The crew and cadets of the Pallada sailing ship held a solemn ceremony in honor of the Russian sailors who died in the 1905 Battle of Tsushima. This was reported on the official website of the Federal Agency for Fisheries.

The vessel makes the 128 flight, which went to the cadets from "Dalrybvtuz", Kamchatka State Technical University, as well as five young men from the sailing club "Pallada" (Republic of Mari El). Morning xnumx2 August 2014 year, when the sailboat was in the Strait of Korea, At the stern of the ship was built cadets in a dress uniform. In a solemn atmosphere of the Yungi, Yevgeny Nemtsev and Nikita Shamin secured a funeral ribbon for a wreath on behalf of the sailing club "Pallada", residents of the city of Kozmodemyansk and the Republic of Mari El. Cadets "Dalrybvtuza" Vyacheslav Dolgunov and Mikhail Anisimov also fixed a wreath of a funeral ribbon on behalf of the crew of the sailboat "Pallada". The commander of the ship Nikolai Zorchenko informed the cadets about the heroic battle and the death of Russian sailors in the Tsushima Strait.

Then the young men of the Pallada sailing club, Egor Kireev and Andrey Ryzhov, listed the 39 names of seamen from Mari El who participated in the Russian-Japanese war. At the command of the sailboat commander, wreaths were lowered under the drawing typhon of the ship and the march “Farewell of Slavyanka” to the water, and Jung Georgy Dzhagaev scattered the land they had brought from the Homeland into the sea. Then the young men of the Pallas Sailing Club with the head of the practice, Andrey Zheludkin, gathered a glass jar of sea water from the battlefield, they would deliver it to the city museum of Kozmodemyansk, Republic of Mari El.

At present, the ship is proceeding along the course, training sessions and shipboarding are continuing on the sailing ship. Arrival at the Russian port of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky is expected on September 5.

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