In January 2000 yachtswoman Laura Zolo sailed from Venice en route
to Orkney and eventually Nova Scotia, following the route of Nicolo Zeno,
and from Orkney of
Prince Henry Sinclair.
Niven Sinclair is supporting this voyage, for example by forwarding
reports from Ms. Zolo and newspaper articles about her voyage.
I have hired a translator to render the Italian newspaper articles
Niven sent me into English.
The consensus location for this material is in
Laurel's history pages.
I am also keeping proof copies here for convenience.
So you can see we have a sort of consortium handling reporting on Ms. Zolo's
Just to make sure everything is in order,
here is the list of what I have done so
far with new titles on each one:
Article from Lisola 1,017 words
Zolo 1 (Venice to Brindisi) 525 words
Zolo 2 (Brindisi to Crotone) 813 words
Zolo 3 (Elba) 588 words
Zolo 3.5 (Departing Elba) 538 words
Zolo 4 (Elba to Marseilles / Languedoc) 784 words
Zolo 5 (Languedoc, across the Gulf of Lion to Sete)
Zolo 6 (Barcellona to Peniscola, heading to Gibraltar)