- Last Updated on Monday, 16 June 2014 15:55
On June 8, Museum of the World Ocean and its guests celebrated the World Ocean Day together. This day small museum sailing boats took part in the action named 'A White Sail - a Clean Ocean' that was held in the waters of Historical Fleet Embankment. On June 14 and 15 yachtsmen from Kaliningrad oblast joined the action, their Ost-West yacht-club celebrates its 20th anniversary this June.
After the race for Ost-West Cup in the Kaliningrad Lagoon over 20 sailing beauties were moored at the new Marina quay located on the submarine’s ex-moorage. The double-deck bridge was lifted to let the boats go through in the night time on June 14-15. Citizens who were there by chance watched the sailing boats sliding on water and going under the rail bridge.
Next day visitors could enjoy a true parade of sails in the day time starting from 11:30. Polish yachtsmen took part in the action as well. They sailed along the Pregol river and supported the action 'A White Sail - a Clean Ocean' and one more time showed that love to the sea and to the ocean unites us and everyone is ready to contribute to their preservation.
Let’s save the Ocean together!