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Talks are already going on to bring the Tall Ships back in six years time
Julian made a "making of" video for his now-famous trip up the rigging
Tall Ships Organisers say attendance figures have exceeded their expectations
Julian's final blog on the final chapter of his epic adventure on the Europa
It's the biggest event Northern Ireland has seen in years.
The tall ships operate on their own time, dictated by the wind and currents
Kevin Magee has been looking at how much all of this is costing and the benifits
And there it is - Tory Island and the mountains of Donegal...
About forty vessels will be in the harbour for the four day maritime event
Three weeks under sail in all weathers from Canada to Northern Ireland
Excitement is mounting as Northern Ireland prepares for the arrival of the Tall Ships
There is an air of expectation on board Europa as a new day dawns.
The crew has been having a very bumpy ride sailing through Atlantic gales
Capitan Miranda and the Cisne Branco are the forst to be docked at Albert Quay
The first Tall Ships have passed the finishing post of the Atlantic Challenge Race
Julian's latest adventures on the Europa in a stormy sea
It is awesome to view at first hand the power and fury of the Atlantic
It's force 7 and there's a 12 foot swell and it feels like we're flying...
Square riggers are not designed to sail in to a head wind
The trainees have been experiencing rather more typical weather for the mid Atlantic
The are sheets, buntlines, clewlines and halyards
First they were climbing the rigging. Now they're learning the ropes.
Here are some snaps of the young sailors hard at work (well posing really) on their way to Belfast
I think its called the dog shift because we are all tired as dogs.
We suffer a setback as we discover a long stretch of plastic garden hose has fouled the propellor
They have found their sea legs, well almost!
Our latest instalment from the high seas and the Tall Ships race across the Atlantic
Julian Fowler is all at sea in the second installment of his Tall Ships adventure
She's impressive none the less, her masts and rigging casting ghostly shadows in the mist...
The fleet of twelve Tall ships set sail from the Canadian port of Halifax, Nova Scotia
The tall ships race from Canada to Belfast starts today
It will be an incredible experience for everyone on board
BBC Newsline has been given exclusive access to one of the Tall Ships
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Julian will be tweeting about his trip across the Atlantic. Follow him @bbcjulian
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