Пока Морской клуб "Пилигрим" разрабатывает маршрут плавания на следующем этапе Кругосветки летом 2023, само славное судно -поморская лодия ПИЛИГРИМ -отдыхает в Яхт-клубе Mooring Tin в Петропавловске-Камчатском. Судно доступно для фото-, киносъёмки и для знакомства тем будущим участникам плавания, кто собрался идти в составе экипажа на нём в Охотское море, на Курилы, на Сахалин и даже до Владивостока. Пилигрим в Петропавловске-Камчатском дожидается весны, тепла и света, и для жителей города и края, и для гостей столицы Камчатки остаётся плавучим историко-художественным музеем. Яхт-клуб Mooring Tin в бухте Бабия - идеальное место для отдыха славного кругосветного судна.
Есть на кладбищe Бруклина могила некого Григория Бабия - говорят, он был морским топографом. Кто из наших друзей в Бруклине - сможете ли узнать? Наводки такие: БАБИЙ Григорий (? - 23 окт. 1953, Бруклин, Нью-Йорк) Похоронен на кладбище при фермe РООВА. Новое русское слово. - Нью-Йорк. 1953, 25 окт., 15156.) А на кладбише Маунт Оливет там же, в Бруклине, похоронена некая Елена Бабий - то ли его родственница, то ли нет - не можем узнать!? Наводка такая: БАБИЙ Елена (? - 16 сент. 1962, Бруклин, р-н Нью-Йорка). Похоронена на кладбище Маунт Оливет. Новик. - Нью-Йорк, 1963.)
There was no breeze this winter: 5-7 meters maximum, and every 2-3 days the sun burns like in Italy. This is a feature of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky: sunny days are regular, there are no severe frosts, humidity is 70-80% - quite. In short, it's not for nothing that everyone now says that the PILGRIM winters in a "tin can", that is, reliably. And indeed, the Mooring Tin Yacht Club literally translates as "Parking in a tin can". Very original name! Of course, it is not accidental: there is an old Soviet Tin can factory known since the late 30s of the twentieth century nearby on the shore. And it does not just stand, but is supported in the hope of being reborn and working with new forces. Let's hope so!
That's from the name of the ZHBF and a cool name appeared at the Mooring Tin Yacht Club.
All the arguments about the name of the bay where all this is done do not subside. On the nautical charts, Babiya Bay, that is, the name of a certain Soviet topographer who worked here, well, and "laid" himself in history - a very beautiful version! We can't find specifics in any way: who was that Babi, what was his name, and how did he manage to put his last name on the cards?!
There is a grave of a certain Grigory Babiy in the cemetery of Brooklyn - they say he was a marine topographer. Who are our friends in Brooklyn - can you find out? The leads are: BABIY Grigory (? - - October 23, 1953, Brooklyn, New York) He was buried in the cemetery at the ROVA farm. A new Russian word. - New York. 1953, October 25, No. 15156.) And in the Mount Olivet cemetery there, in Brooklyn, a certain Elena Babiy is buried - whether his relative, or not - we can't find out!? The tip is this: BABIY Elena (? - September 16, 1962, Brooklyn, New York district). She is buried in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Novik. - New York, 1963.)
And opposite the Mooring Tin Yacht Club is the famous Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Ship Repair Plant, which began with the former mechanical workshops of the Kamchatka Joint Stock Company (AKO). In general, the PILGRIM floating Museum stands among entirely historical museum sites and objects; it is right, and it should be.
The bay itself keeps a lot of disputes on the agenda: we have already talked about the topographer Babia, but there is a version going back to the XVIII century to to Stepan Petrovich Krasheninnikov himself, who for 4 years of research (from 1737 to 1741) everything was literally on foot (according to his diaries, it turns out more than 5200 km along the coast and along the inland trails!). So, there is a version that Stepan Petrovich called this bay "Babya" for its shallow depth, and it seems to be in his records. But we still can't find these lines in Krasheninnikov's books, and about him. Friends, who found these lines - inform the Marine Club "Pilgrim", please!
The Mooring Tin Yacht Club itself unambiguously orients everyone to its address as "Babiya Bay", that is, refers to the name of a certain topographer. Archivists, your time!
Plan your summer, friends, carefully! You can't miss such a fantastical route: Kamchatka, the Kuriles, Okhota and Sakhalin are no joke to you! For all questions, write to the captain himself, Honored traveler of Russia Sergey Sinelnik:
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