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Morgenster was launched in 1919 as a herring lugger “Vrouw Maria” SCH 324 for the fishing company den Dulk. She was built at the shipyard Boot in Alphen. In 1927 she was motorised (200 HP La Meuse) and extended for another 7 meters. There she got her new name “Morgenster”. She continued as a motorised […]
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.
Built as a Fifie herring drifter in Lerwick, Shetland in 1900, the Swan was one of the vast fleet of wooden vessels fidhing for herring in the early 20th century. Fitted with an engine in 1935, the Swan continued to drift net for herring during the summer months and fish for white fish in the […]
Caroline was built in 1885 in Kristiansand at Sterkoder yard, by the famous boatbuilder John Borve. Originally named Trine, she was built as a sailing cargo vessel, mostly used to buy stockfish in Lofoten, northern Norway, sailed to Bergen or Kristiansand to sell the fish, returning with general cargo. The first engine was installed […]
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 […]
The Pioneer was built in 1864 by Peter Harris at the maritime village of Rowhedge, on the river Colne near Colchester. Pioneer was one of a fleet of 130 similar sized deep sea Essex fishing smacks registered at Colchester in the late 1800’s. They became known as ‘skillingers’ for their work dredging for deep sea […]
Schooner Ihana is a wooden ship; it was built using traditional shipbuilding methods and was built by volunteers. Ihana was launched 2010 and the first sailing took place in 1.6.2011. These special types of Baltic Sea schooners like Ihana were typical sailing freight ships in the Baltic Sea area and archipelago from the 18th century […]
In addition to it’s over hundred-year-long history, Gaff schooner Joanna Saturna is one of the newest sailing vessels in the Baltic Sea. Summer 2005 was her very first year under sail since 1950’s. She was totally rebuilt during years 2000-2005 to the true moderns classic she is today. The restoring work was done under the […]
The James Cook is named after Captain James Cook, RN, FRS, probably one of the greatest sailors, explorers and navigators ever to go to sea, and our boat spends much of her time sailing the North Sea waters where the young Cook learned his sailing skills. A regular in The Tall and Small Ships’ Races […]
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 […]
The Tall Ships Challenger Fleet yachts are 22 metre (72 foot) steel hulls built in 2000 and designed to race around the world ‘’the wrong way’’ (against prevailing wind and tide), so are exceptionally strong and seaworthy. There are four yachts in the Challenger fleet and they are operated by the Tall Ships Youth Trust. […]
Sailing ship Eendracht is owned and operated by the Dutch Foundation Stichting Zeilschip EEndracht, which offers active sailing experiences to young people and adults whilst promoting the maritime traditions of the Netherlands as a seagoing nation. As a 55m (excluding bowsprit) three-masted schooner, Eendracht replaced her smaller predecessor Johann Schmidt and was commissioned by H.M. […]
“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 […]
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 […]
Construction of Westvind started in March 1913. Shipwright Anders Mattsson built her as a gaff ketch in Kungsviken on the isle Orust on the Swedish west coast. The order came from the fishing team Vestvind of Kalvsund in the Gothenburg northern archipelago. At delivery in 1914, she was equipped with a 20 hk Ideal engine, […]