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Tre Kronor is a newly built wooden brig. The ship’s construction was in every detail inspired by the trading brigs of the mid 19th-century.She undertook her maiden voyage in the summer of 2008 and meets all modern safety and comfortrequirements.HRH Crown Princess Victoria is the godmother of the ship and follows our journeys and other […]
Theia serves as a training vessel for the Sea Scouts troop – Turun Sinikotkat. Theia is a sloop rigged 47′ one off pilothouse sailing yacht with sandwich GRP hull. The vessel is designed by naval architect Pekka Eivola and built in Turku, Finland. She sails more then 3,000 nautical miles every summer, crewed by young […]
The wooden schooner ATYLA was built by hand in Spain between 1980 and 1984. She was designed to look like the sailing vessels from the 1800s and built with the intention of circumnavigating the earth and then becoming a training ship. Although she never did that trip and instead sailed around Spain for almost all […]
The STS Leeuwin II is Western Australia’s own Tall Ship based in Fremantle WA. The Leeuwin is a three-masted barquentine. It was built to a design by local naval architect Len Randell by Australian Shipbuilding Industries Pty Ltd (now BAE Systems Australia) and launched on 2 August 1986 as sail training ship. It is operated […]
The schooner Adventuress was built for John Borden II at the Rice Brothers’ yard in East Boothbay, Maine, and was designed by B.B. Crowninshield. Launched in 1913, Borden intended to sail Adventuress to Alaska to catch a bowhead whale for the American Museum of Natural History in New York. Aboard this maiden voyage sailed the […]
Owned by the Jubilee Sailing Trust, LORD NELSON, named after the famous British Admiral is the first of their two vessels, both of which are the only tall ships in the world that have been purpose designed and built to enable able-bodied and physically disabled people to sail side by side and share the adventure […]
Sister-ships Ocean Scout and Offshore Scout are purpose built, well equipped, Oyster 49 ketches. They operate from the east coast UK port of Ipswich, sailing weekend or longer cruises with crews of up to 11 young people from all backgrounds. Adventures Offshore is a charitable trust and has been offering safe sail training since 1964. […]
STS Amerigo Vespucci belongs to the Italian Navy. She was launched on 22nd February 1931 and commissioned in June, same year. The ship was built to resemble a wooden warship of the early nineteenth century (and, because of this, the two white stripes on black hull recall the two lines of guns): nevertheless, the hull […]
"St. Lawrence II" was designed in 1952 by Francis MacLachlan and Mike Eames expressly for youth sail training. Gord Workman and Grant MacLachlan were also key figures in the development and initial fund raising of what is today the longest running youth sail training organization in the world. The hull was built at Kingston Shipyards […]