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The ‘Merrilyn’ is a 65ft schooner with special features to assist those with disabilities and is operated by the Rona Sailing Project as a sail training vessel.
Regina-Germania was built in 1980 in Hamburg, Germany. Her hull is made of steel and once the outside of the vessel was complete, the owner, Erich Herrman, and his family fitted out the interior taking four years to do so. She was completed and launched in 1984 and since 1991 has regularly taken part in […]
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 […]
Spirit of Bermuda is a purpose-built sail training vessel based on civilian Bermudian-type schooners built in Bermuda by blacks and whites between 1810 and 1840. The original hull shape was adapted from the Bermuda-built Royal Navy “Shamrock” class: fast dispatch / patrol vessels that ran from the Royal Naval Dockyard northwest to Halifax and southwest […]
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 […]
The schooner TRINOVANTE is run by Schoonersail and anyone over 18 can apply to sail onboard. Our emphasis is on exploring European waters under sail and encouraging good seamanship skills in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. TRINOVANTE takes a maximum of 8 trainees at any one time and has a permanent skipper and mate who have […]
Built in the late Captain Fuller’s backyard on the Ottawa River between 1979 and 1982, the 110 foot (33.5 metre) Brigantine has sailed the oceans of the world, logged over 150,000 nautical miles (280,000 kilometres), and has put over 2,000 trainees through her program in the last 20 years.
Akela was built in Poland in 1985 for the St-Petersburg Institute of Water Transport (University for Water Communications since 1993). The University has 10 yachts and its own marina for marine education of students. Owner of Akela is Admiral Makarov StateUniversity of Maritime and Inland Shipping, captain Alexei Chegurov, from1995, chief mate Anastasiya Padabed. Captain […]
The majestic sailing ship, the Coast Guard EAGLE, provides USCG Academy cadets and officer candidates with their first taste of sea and salt air. Built in Germany in 1936 and recommissioned by the United States at the close of World War II, the EAGLE is the largest tall ship flying the Stars and Stripes. EAGLE’s […]
Bylina was built in St Petersburg, Russia in 1975 and is currently owned by St Petersburg Navy Yacht Club. She first participated in the Tall Ships’ Races in 1991, and has been a regular participant in The Tall Ships’ Races.
S/Y Gigi was built in 1996 by Nautor Swan in Jacobstad, Finland. She has been sailing mainly in the Mediterranean Sea and around the British Isles, but has also crossed the Atlantic and sailed in the Caribbean. As of 2010 S/Y Gigi is owned by the foundation Navigare Necesse Est. Her home port is Halleviksstrand on […]
The yacht "Argo" was built in 1996 in St.Petersburg, Russia. And since then has been sailing mostly in Baltic sea. "Argo" used to sail remote distances. Now the yacht takes part in The Tall Ships’ Races and many regattas in the Gulf of Finland and Baltic sea. The current crew was formed of volunteers, who […]
Gratitude was built in Porthleven, 1903 as a sailing trawler. She was sold to Sweden in 1932 and to Svenska Kryssarklubbens Seglarskola (the Swedish Cruising Club Sail Training Foundation)in 1957. Since 1959 Gratitude has been sailing with teenage and adult trainees during summermonths, and charter with schools and companies during spring and autumn. She has […]
Faramir, a Ketch with a length of 22.35m and a breadth of 5.26m, was designed by Marine Architect David Cannell in 1982, specifically for use as a sail training vessel for an organisation called Shaftsbury Homes & Arethusa, from where she gained her name, ‘Arethusa’. In 2002, after many years of service, during which she […]