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Blue Clipper is the newest addition to the Maybe Sailing fleet. On board Blue Clipper, you’ll experience sail training with an edge of luxury. A very comfortable ship to sail, with plenty of comfortable places to relax and enjoy your voyage. When you step on board you immediately become a member of the crew, and are […]

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The S/V Denis Sullivanwas completed in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 2000 by professional shipwrights and nearly 1,000 volunteers. The schooner is a modern educational sailing vessel with two diesel engines, a scientific laboratory, two computer workstations, and modern communication and navigation equipment. She maintains single bunks in co-ed areas, shared toilets (heads) and showers, and limited […]

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Gro�herzogin Elisabeth was built in 1909 as a trading schooner called San Antonio. In 1936, their rig was dismantled and her diesel engine was replaced with a stronger one. She then traded as a motor coaster until 1971 when she was sold to German owners who refitted the rig and reconstructed her to the sail […]

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Vahine is a legendary Nautors Swan 65. She is the first ever series-built vessel to win the famous Whitbread Round the World Race. She is fast and is a very safe vessel. S/Y Vahine sails about 42,000 nautical miles a year, spending the wintertime in Caribbean waters. She sails home to Finland for the summer […]

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Rupel was built on the banks of the river Rupel by unemployed youngsters and launched in 1996. The project to build this gaffed schooner provided these young people with skills that would help them find jobs more easily. In the summer, Rupel sails the Belgian coastline and takes part in the Tall Ships’ Races and […]

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Gunilla was built as a motorsailor in the 30’s and used as a cargo vessel until 1997 when she was rebuilt into a 3-masted barque. She has since been active as a sailing college, where social studies students in the age from 16-18 years spend 60 days each year as a part of their education, […]

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Dar Szczecina is owned by the City of Szczecin in Poland and has undertaken many Tall Ships’ Races since 1976, normally manned by students from the city. The vessel’s name means “gift of Szczecin”.

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PELICAN OF LONDON is unique among Square Riggers. Her hull form was derived from the elite French clippers of the late 19th century, with a length to breadth ratio of 5:1, a flared bow, fine entry and run. A long poop has been added which provides exceptional space and comfort for worldwide operation. Her exclusive […]

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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. […]

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Rona II, an Oyster 68, is one of three vessels operated by the Rona Sailing Project. Rona II was built in 1991 and since then has become one of the hardest working and most resilient Oyster yachts in the world. She has taken more than 7,200 young people sailing, has completed 21 international and three […]

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A wooden galleass, m/aux Astrid was built in 1947 in the rural district of Porvoo, Finland, for coastal freight traffic. The current owners acquired Astrid in 1969 for sail training purposes. The cargo hold was transformed into a cosy salon for lounge and lodging. Along the years, chartering has taken a key role in Astrid’s […]

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Golden Vanity is the smallest of Trinity’s three vessels. She was built in 1908 at the same Galmpton yard as Leader and Provident. Although built as a private yacht, for the artist Arthur Briscoe, she was constructed and rigged in the manner of the smaller fishing smacks of her day, and has the same solid […]

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THALASSA was originally built in 1980 in Harlingen, Holland, but after she sank in 1985 was bought by Arnold Hilkema and Jacob Dan who totally rebuilt and refitted her. She was relaunched in 1995. 2004 was the first year she competed in The Tall Ships Races.

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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 comfort requirements. HRH Crown Princess Victoria is the godmother of the ship and follows our […]

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Atene was built in Svendborg in Denmark in 1909 and called Emanuel. Atene now sails from May to October principally with school classes but she can also be chartered privately. The aim of the organisation is to maintain old sailing ship traditions and to teach young people seamanship as practised in the past.

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