circumnavigate

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to pass around but not through

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travel around, either by plane or ship

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Mrs Jenkins, the managing director of a wealth management firm in the Welsh capital, said: "The Circumnavigators Club is for people who have circumnavigated the globe.
Rosie, 63, who is to run 26 marathons in 26 days for Ty Hafan next month, said: "The Circumnavigators Club is just so inspiring.
Maybe some of them will be the next circumnavigators [people who sail around the world]--or scientists, astronauts, great parents, or mountain climbers.
From the time of the earliest circumnavigators, sailors learned to use these directional currents to power their ships across the seas.
Analysis of events since Xerxes left Therma shows a discrepancy in Herodotus' diary of two days between actions on land and actions at sea;(95) most scholars find it convenient to insert some or all of the compensating forty-eight hours before the first Greek attack, giving the circumnavigators time to reach those parts of Euboia variously claimed to be the hollows, and at a more sensible speed and without proceeding all night;(96) but if so, where did they stop over?
Once you have circumnavigated the globe, you can apply for membership in the Circumnavigators Club, the only organization devoted to bringing together those men and women who have circumnavigated the globe.
This issue I chat with Clipper Ventures Kirsty Whyte, based in Sydney to oversee their local training program, which is the first outside the UK, being conducted aboard their two CYCA-berthed Clipper 68 ocean yachts for any and all prospective ocean circumnavigators keen to see if they have what it takes to survive a year at sea racing a Clipper yacht.
The Commander said he was thankful to the Indian Navy for giving him the opportunity to pursue his dreams but lamented the lack of solo circumnavigators in the world.
Organised by the Royal Cape Yacht Club, the race -- which will take place in January 2011 -- will have about 20 participants, including seasoned Australian circumnavigator John Sanders.
Helen said: "The Circumnavigators Club is for people who have circumnavigated the globe but I wanted to expand it to include people from different walks of life.
Rosie Swale-Pope, 63, from Tenby, who is to run 26 marathons in 26 days for Tye Hafan this April, said: "The Circumnavigators Club is just so inspiring.
ANTHONY TWIBILL CHATS WITH KIRSTY WHYTE, CLIPPER VENTURES AUSTRALIA MANAGING DIRECTOR, AND CHIEF INSTRUCTOR AUSTRALIA JIM DOBIE--BOTH CLIPPER RACE CIRCUMNAVIGATORS IN THEIR OWN RIGHT--ON WHAT IT TAKES TO SURVIVE A YEAR AT SEA RACING A CLIPPER YACHT.
From here the first group of aspiring circumnavigators has recently set sail on their first week long introductory sailing course to what Clipper aptly call "The Race Of Your Life".
The race provides those non-professional sailors who sign on as crew members with a once in a lifetime opportunity for an unique adventure, with the ten professional race skippers participating in the race also joining the exclusive club of circumnavigators.
She is treading in the footsteps of intrepid global circumnavigators like Michael Palin and Phileas Fogg.