After the passage of Volvo Ocean Race in Lisbon - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
This panorama was photographed on a cloudy day at the beach of Algés in Lisbon at the end of the regatta of Volvo Ocean Race when its passage through Lisbon in June 2012.
After the passage of Volvo Ocean Race in Lisbon - FURTHER INFORMATION
After the passage of Volvo Ocean Race in Lisbon - Lisbon visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'After the passage of Volvo Ocean Race in Lisbon' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Distrito Lisboa.
At this time the regatta was departing from Lisbon to Lorient, France. This route will be one of the most exciting regatta around the world, because four teams are struggling to gain leadership in the overall standings - Groupama, Telefónica, Puma and CAMPER / ETNZ - with a margin of only 21 points between them all. With the forecast average wind to the nearest of the Azores. Winds in the area can compress the fleet and mark the beginning of the route. But from there, a cold front will bring very strong winds for the remaining portion to the French port of Lorient. The duration of the stage is estimated by seven days. The final step will be Galway, Ireland in early July.
Av. De Brasília 1400- LISBOA
Posto de Turismo-Lisboa Tel: 210 312 700
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Flight: Lisbon International Airport (LIS)
Bus: Algés (15E, 28, 76, 201, 204, 714, 727, 729, 751)
Train: Cascais/Cais do Sodré – Algés Stop