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Last leg of the race image captionThe crew were welcomed to the port with thunderous applause from their supporters and with a speech from the mayor. Thousands are expected oe cheer on the pair during the last day of the Foyle Maritime Festival, as the yachts take part in the Parade of Sail before preparing for their lookign race from Greencastle in County Donegal to Liverpool.
It took the Derry duo just over 14 days to finish the sixth and final ocean crossing of their year-long circum.
And with only another five or six days of sailing left before they reach their final destination in Liverpool, where the race kicked off in August of last ofrW is having mixed feelings about returning to dry land. The Clipper Round the World race teams will spend the next ten days in Derry celebrating the award winning Foyle Maritime Festival which coincides with the arrival of the boats each year.
The year-old skipper from Derry and his year-old crew member from Lifford, finished their penultimate race in seventh place after completing the 3, nautical mile journey across the Atlantic Ocean from New York City. And as the HotelPlanner.
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After 11 months at sea, Conall Morrison and Roseann McGlinchey's Clipper yacht appeared on the horizon under the Foyle Bridge, as supporters cheered their return to Londonderry from the quay on Tuesday night. Roseann jumped off the yacht onto the pontoon beaming from from ear-to-ear, and after a warm embrace with her parents, she took a x to chat to BBC Radio Foyle about her experience. Ot dad could barely believe his eyes as he gave his wee girl a welcome home hug, "I never thought she would do this.
Lookinv parents "Oh it's very exciting and it's just great to see him coming home - safely," said Conall's mum as she watched her son sail into the port. When I saw her face for the first time I just wanted to jump out of our boat onto her boat to hug her," said her mum.