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Black Diamond of Durham was commissioned in 1972 for her original owner, Lt Cdr Lewis RN, who fitted her out to his own specification and raced her on the south coast. In the early 1990’s, Black Diamond was purchased by the Faramir Trust who stripped and refitted her for sail training. She was used in […]

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The Sail and Life Training Society (SALTS) was founded in 1974 and is a registered charity in Canada and the USA (FORGN tax exempt status in the USA). The Society operates two Tall Ships, Pacific Grace and Pacific Swift, and offers sail training to young people aged 13-25 (as well as Day Sails for all […]

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“Wooden, traditional gaff ketch, on the initiative of General Mariusz Zaruski, was built in Sweden for the money coming from contributions of members of the Maritime and Colonial League. After almost 4 years of arduous process of revitalization, on 30-th of October 2012, in the presence of President Bronisław Komorowski, the sail of STS General […]

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Gratia was built in Cowes on the Isle of Wight in 1900. She was originally built as a private yacht and has had several owners and names such as Cinderella. Gratia was donated by the Stiftelsen Svenska Kryssarklubbens Segarskola (the Swedish Sail Training Foundation) by a ship owner Einar Hansson in 1964. Gratia has since […]

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IRIS formerly called GEEJE van URK. IRIS was built in 1916 as a fine example of the last generation of sailing luggers. She fished for herring on The North Sea up to the Shetlands Isles. In 1929 she received her first engine and was converted into a commercial trading vessel. Than based in Denmark she sailed […]

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The yacht Amur was built in 1971 in Leningrad (Saint-Petersburg). Amur took prizes in the Baltic Sea Cup Regatta, which was held in Soviet Union and Russian Federation in 1970s-1990s, more often than any other yacht. During 2009-2011 the yacht was overhauled. Nowadays, Amur is among the leaders according to “Association of Classis Wooden Yachts”. […]

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Alba Venturer was designed and built by Oyster Marine Ltd in 1998 and launched in 1999. She has a standard Oyster 70 hull, but is fitted to the Ocean Youth Trust’s specifications for sail training and sails mainly around the west coast of Scotland.

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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 State University of Maritime and Inland Shipping, captain Alexei Chegurov, from 1995, chief mate Anastasiya […]

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STS “Fryderyk Chopin” is the youngest of the Polish tall ships. It was built between 1990-92 in “Dora” shipyard, in Gdansk, for the “International Class Afloat Foundation” as a brainchild idea of its president, Captain Krzysztof Baranowski, and his close co-worker and deputy, Captain Ziemowit Baranski. The ship was designed by Zygmunt Choren, the author […]

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The U.S. Brig Niagara, home-ported in Erie, Pennsylvania, is a replica of the relief flagship of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry. She is the embodiment of the dual mission of the Erie Maritime Museum and the Flagship Niagara League: she is both a historical artifact and a vehicle for sail training, an experiential learning process that […]

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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 […]

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Young Endeavour was a gift from the United Kingdom to the Government and people of Australia to mark the Bicentenary in 1988      Construction began on the ship in May 1986 in Lowestoft, England and on 3 August 1987 she began the long voyage to Australia with a crew which included 24 young people from […]

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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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LOA

LOA was built as a three-masted schooner in Svendborg, Denmark in 1922 – and restored as a barquentine in Aalborg, Denmark 2004-09. The vessel is owned by the Danish sail training trust, Tall Ship Aalborg Fonden. The home port is Aalborg, host of the Tall Ships’ Races in 1999, 2004, 2010, and again in 2015. LOA […]

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Wyvern av Aalesund was built in Abeking and Rasmussen between 1993 and 1995. She is a true copy of the legendary Wyvern (Colin archer design) built in 1897, Norway.   She was built to be schoolship and became part of the DJS CLipper fleet in Hamburg.   Wyvern II A/S bought Wyvern av Aalesund in May 2009 and became Ålesund’s official […]

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