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Maybe, launched in 1933, was designed for round the world cruising and built by De Vries Lentsch, Amsterdam for Jan Jacob van Rietschoten. She was hidden during the Second World War and afterwards she underwent a complete refit with a new rig. Maybe took part in the first Tall Ships Race in 1956. She sailed […]
The Topsail-schooner has been in service since early 1983. The Thor Heyerdahl is based with its activities in the Baltic and the North Sea during the summer months, and around the Canary Islands, and in the Caribbean during the winter season. Since 1996, the Thor Heyerdahl is the flag ship of High Seas High School […]
The Impossible Dream is a universally accessible 60’ sailing catamaran. She was created by Mike Browne, a paraplegic who had a dream of creating a vessel that could sail the oceans and is fully operational by a person in a wheelchair. She was designed by Nick Baily and built by Multi-Marine. Mike Browne realized his […]
Built in 1937 at Svenborg in Denmark. Galadriel was originally called Else after the first Captains daughter. She traded as a cargo vessel around the coasts of Denmark and Norway, first as a motor sailer but after 1956 under motor alone. In 1983 she was bought by the Cirdan Trust, extensive stored and re-rigged and […]
In 1894, the world famous ship designer Colin Archer of Larvik received a very special commission for the English timber merchant Frederick Croft who ordered a high-class yacht. The vessel was launched on 10 August 1897, and named Wyvern from mythology which means ‘an awe-inspiring dragon’. Frederick Croft was an enthusiastic sailor and crossed the […]
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 deck has been added which provides exceptional space and comfort for worldwide operation. Her […]
Froya, formerly Valentine, was built in 1942 as a fishing vessel which was later motorised. In 1978 she was rebuilt as a sailing vessel using traditional craftmanship and dedication. In the early 1990’s, she was refitted as the fore and aft schooner that she is today. Valentine is a training vessel for schools, offering chartered […]
Jolie Brise is the truly world famous, 24 metre, Gaff Rigged Pilot Cutter. Built in 1913, some of her many claims to fame include: three times overall winner of the Fastnet Race; daring rescue of the crew of the Adriana in the 1932 Newport-Bermuda race; was the last sailing vessel to carry the Royal Mail […]
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".
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 […]
In 1891 the Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue was founded, and a year later Colin Archer built the first rescue cutter. This prototype cost NOK10.900,43, including beer for the workers. At the launch in July 1893, the ship was named after its designer. RS1 Colin Archer proved convincing during her first season, and became the […]
“Peter von Danzig” is a 55ft sloop designed by Georg Nissen and built by Thyssen Nordseewerke in Emden, Germany. He (since 1936 the club refers to his flagship in the male form) is owned and operated by the Akademischer Segler Verein in Kiel (ASV), a student run sailing club affiliated with Kiel University. The mission […]
S/V Legend was built in Schweningen, Holland in 1915 as a Dutch lugger. First engine was installed in 1928, after having served as a fishing/cargo vessel for forty years she was sold to Norway in 1955. In Norway she continued her career as a cargo/fishing ship until 1995. From 1996 to 2000 she was converted […]
“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 30th October 2012, in the presence of President Bronisław Komorowski, the sail of STS General Zaruski […]
Maine’s official state vessel, the schooner Bowdoin, will be participating in numerous events throughout the summer and fall to support local and regional communities. The Schooner Bowdoin was built during the winter of 1920-21 for the famed Arctic explorer Donald B. MacMillan, and launched from Hodgdon Brothers Shipyard in East Boothbay, Maine. At 88 feet […]
Challenge Wales originally raced around the world, twice, in the Global Challenge Yacht Race before being used for sail training. Sailing with up to 18 people on board, she has taken part in Tall Ships Races and Regattas, Small Ships Races, and undertakes sail training activities predominantly around Wales, Ireland and the South Coast of […]