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Following a tough, 6,125-nautical mile, Leg 2 race, which will see the fleet traverse three oceans, the competing yachts and their teams will arrive in Abu Dhabi in mid-December, with the in-port race due on January 2 and the fleet set to leave for Sanya in China on January 3.
Entries came in from across the globe, and following a demanding selection event which included a full day on board a 68ft ocean racing yacht, Grace was selected by the judges as one of their three winners, earning herself a place on Leg Four - incorporating Cape Leeuwin and Three Oceans - of the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race for 2013/14.
He departed on this historical voyage from the Fresno Yosemite International Airport and headed east making 22 stops, flying approximately 21,000 nautical miles, crossing three oceans and visiting 12 different counties.
The adventurer crossed five continents and three oceans in 16 legs, returning home only once.
He has been selected by record-breaking rower Richard Wood to join him on a leg of his bid to row 20,000 miles across three oceans for the World Row Challenge.
Furthermore, its affiliation with Manitoulin Transport, one of Canada's largest freight management providers, which has 48 terminals across Canada and runs to three oceans, is advantageous to incoming students.
Retired teacher Vicky Halliday, of Avondale Road, Earlsdon, was expecting to spend this month doing voluntary work with polio sufferers in Nager Coil, just a few miles from the swamped area of Tamil Nadu where three oceans meet.
Canada has the longest coastline of any nation in the world and borders three oceans.