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Aglaia was built by the Colin Archer Club in Stockholm, a club that was founded in 1975 to rebuild hulls based on the famous Norwegian rescue vessels of the last century. Her hull was one of 30 built at the time and bought by a salesman from Hamburg in Germany, who worked on completing the […]
The schooner Adventuress was built for John Borden II at the Rice Brothers’ yard in East Boothbay, Maine, and was designed by B.B. Crowninshield. Launched in 1913, Borden intended to sail Adventuress to Alaska to catch a bowhead whale for the American Museum of Natural History in New York. Aboard this maiden voyage sailed the […]
S/Y Gigi was built in 1996 by Nautor Swan in Jacobstad, Finland. She has been sailing mainly in the Mediterranean Sea and around the British Isles, but has also crossed the Atlantic and sailed in the Caribbean. As of 2010 S/Y Gigi is owned by the foundation Navigare Necesse Est. Her home port is Halleviksstrand […]
TS ROYALIST is the Sea Cadets flagship, a training brig that takes 24 cadets to sea for six day voyages. The vessel was designed by Acubens, built during 2014 / 2015 at the Spanish shipyard of Astilleros Gondan. The Princess Royal officially named the Marine Society and Sea Cadets’ flagship, TS ROYALIST. The brig design […]
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. […]
Eye of the Wind, originally called Friedrich, was built in 1911 in Germany for the South American hide trade. In 1923, she was sold to Sweden and carried general cargo under the name Merry. Three years later her first engine was installed and gradually her rig was reduced and altered to a ketch, but after […]
The Sail and Life Training Society (SALTS) was founded in 1974 and is a registered charity in Canada and the USA (Foreign 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 […]
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 40 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 […]
The Bulgarian Tall Ship Royal Helena was built in 2009 with the intention to promote Sail Training. Despite her young age, the Royal Helena has already taken part in many journeys and competed in the 2016 Black Sea Tall Ships Regatta. Join the Ship to help create more exciting memories! Royal Helena is a three-masted […]
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 […]
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 […]
The fore and aft Schooner Constantia was built in Denmark in 1908 and moved to Sweden in 1920. She traded as a cargo ship until 1967 when she became a pleasure ship. Her present owners bought her in 1988 and after a five-year restoration in Stockholm, her owner formed Solnaship Foundation to operate her in […]
Vegewind is the flagship of Navigator Sail Training e.V. and was built by the long term unemployed who got their vocational training on boat-building at the Aucoop- Bootswerkstatt in Bremen. Navigator sail Training e.V. runs European Youth Exchange Programmes including language training, navigation courses, cultural seminars and Tall Ships Races onboard Vegewind and Stephani. The […]
Albanus was built in 1988 and is a replica of a typical land galeas, a two-masted schooner which was used by farmers in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries to carry firewood, farming products and fish to ports in the Baltic like Stockholm, Helsinki and Turku. In an eighty year period from the mid 1800s, […]