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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". […]
S/y Anya was built in Turku, Finland, and it was launched in 1998. The first long sailing tour took the yacht via United Kingdom to Canarian Islands and from there to Caribbean and further to Venezuela along Rio Orinoco. On the way there, Anya participated in ARC-99 competition being the second to cross the line […]
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 […]
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 […]
“Nadezhda” was launched as “Sterna” in Germany in 1912, in 1936 German national hero Felix fon Luckner buoight her, rebuilt and rename to “Seeteufel”. In 1937-39 she made circumnavigation under Nazi flag (she was presented as cartographic vessel, but more served to secret service). After WWII the schooner was captured in Szecin by Soviet Union. […]
Antwerp Flyer is an alumimium, seagoing sailing yacht, designed by Ed Dubois (UK), which was launched in 1991. The hull was constructed by Chantiers Navals de Biot (France) and the ship was finished in Belgium. The ship was designed to sail in Northern Seas and has already made trips to Spitsbergen in the Arctic. Antwerp […]
Excelsior is a Lowestoft Smack which was built in 1921 to fish in the North Sea in all weathers as one of a fleet of 300 similar vessels. She was fully restored in 1989 to maintain her tough construction and is now a regular competitor in major maritime events, having taken part in the Cutty […]
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 […]
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 […]
The ship was built in the Netherlands in 1958 as ocean going fishing vessel. She was fishing for years in the North Atlantic. Atlantic Ocean Co Ltd from Merseyside bought the ship and named her Atlantic. She was registered in Fleetwood and fishing under the Red Ensign. After 14 years experience with commercial sailing ships […]
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 […]
“Sharki”, originally named “Rubin”, began her life in Madison Avenue in 1972 – she was designed and produced by Sparkman Stephens’s team especially for racing. Rubin scored the second place as a member of a German team in Admiral’s Cup races in 1975. The yacht has been repaired and rebuilt since 1995. “Sharki” has taken […]
The rescue ship “Bryza” was built in 1952 in Puck. For years the vessel served rescue ship operating company. In 1983, the new owner Waldemar Heisler rebuilt the vessel on a sailing yacht. Then the name of the ship was extended with the letter H, the initials of the name of the owner. This yacht […]