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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

The Phoenicia Ship Expedition

The Phoenicia Ship Expedition was to explore circumnavigating Africa as their ancestors once did. Could a ship like this one have reached the America's Anciently, was there a trade route between the old lands? There have been writing, artifacts found from North America to South America that Phoenician traders could have left. This adventure shows that before the could head back to the Mediterranean they had to come with in 350 miles of Puerto Rico, so yes it would have been possible, this actual route would take about 6 months from where the Phoenicia starts to the Mississippi River region of North America, and sooner to South America and Meso America. So it is feasible.

Visit their site for the full story and up to date information about this amazing & educational journey. Just click below.

The Phoenician Ship Expedition launched from Arwad, Syria in August 2008, to sail through the Suez Canal, and into the Red Sea. Phase One of the expedition was completed in January 2009 when Phoenicia reached the Republic of Yemen.

Phase Two launched in August 2009 to sail round the Horn of Africa and down the east coast. Negotiating the dangers of the Cape of Good Hope was a critical point in the expedition. The voyage continued up the west coast of Africa, through the Straits of Gibraltar and across the Mediterranean to return to the Lebanon and Syria in October 2010.

In total the circumnavigation will cover 20,000 nautical miles. Track the ships progress via Phoenicia's 'Yellowbrick' satellite tracking device

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