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Rus is a wooden boat which first took part in the Cutty Sark Tall Ships’ Races in 1988 and led the Parade of Sail in St. Petersburg in 1996. This year, Rus will race with an international crew onboard for the first time, but her crew is always very young, friendly and optimistic. She has […]
Ingrid was built in Denmark in 1932 by Frederikssund Skibsvaerft A/S shipyard. The vessel has a long career in fishing and was in the fishing vessel register 1932-1991, i.e. 60 years. Ingrid was converted and refurbished from 1995 to 2002 in Simrishamn, Simrishamn Varv Ab shipyard, Sweden. At that time, about 350 meters of cold […]
The Swedish Ship Götheborg is the largest historical sailing ship in operation. She is a replica of a sailing ship from the 18th century, which was part of the merchant fleet in the Swedish East India Company. In 1745 the original ship ran aground only a few hundred meters from her homeport Gothenburg. A marine […]
Sailing ship Ami was built in Japan in 1990 for the purpose of training young people in Japan. Her original name when she was built was "Sea King", this later changed to "Seiun" and then in July 2006 she became "Ami".
Valborg was built 1948 in Porvoo, Southern Finland, to serve as a cargo vessel and carried mostly sand and timber between Finnish ports. After she retired in the early 70’s Valborg was fully renovated and became a sail training ship for scouts. Today the ship is owned by Valborg LTD. Nowadays Valborg serves as […]
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. It is 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 […]
Seute Deern was built in Denmark in 1939 by the Ring Andersen Yard in Svendborg and launched with the name Havet which means The Sea. For the first five years, during the war, she sailed in coastal waters. In 1956 she was sold to a Danish shipping company, Lauritzen, which used her for carrying freight […]
Bermudan sloop St. Iv is a Conrad 1200GT built in 1990 by Conrad Yards in Poland. She sails with a crew up to 10 but can also be sailed double-handed. In 1993 St. Iv participated in The Tall Ships Races for the first time and since then has often taken part in The Tall Ships […]
This is a modern Aerorig vessel which was launched on 13 August 2010 in the city of Groningen in the Netherlands. Ecolution was shown to the public during Sail Amsterdam 2010. During the winter 2010 the ship was sunk by vandals and extensive repairs started in April 2011. In Summer 2011 Ecolution was ready to sail again. The vessel […]
The ‘Oosterschelde’ is one of the very few truly historical ships left in the world. She was built in the Netherlands in 1917 at the order of the Rotterdam shipping company HAAS and is the last remaining representative of the large fleet of schooners that sailed under the Dutch flag at the beginning of the […]