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THALASSA was originally built in 1980 in Harlingen, Holland, but after she sank in 1985 was bought by Arnold Hilkema and Jacob Dan who totally rebuilt and refitted her. She was relaunched in 1995. 2004 was the first year she competed in The Tall Ships Races.
She made her debut during the 2012 Tall Ship event on the waterfront of Halifax, Nova Scotia. This was her first appearance since her sinking in the harbor 9 years ago. Built as a replica of the 1760 Schooner “Sultana”, Larinda has sailed the globe in many Tall Ship Parades of Sail and has won […]
RS 10 Christiania was the 4 th vessel produced to the original Colin Archer rescue-design. (RS 2-5, 7 and 9were converted pilot-boats or other designs.) She was built in 1895 by Carl Arnold at the Christiania shipyard and was named after Norway’s capital (later renamed Oslo). She was stationed in Finmark in northernmost Norway. During […]
The 60ft two-masted schooner Adventure Wales, formerly named Ocean Venture, was built for adventure and over the years she has circumnavigated the world, won First in Class in the famous Round the Island Race, raced in numerous transatlantic activities (including the ARC) and taken part in the international Tall Ships Races. More recently she has been used […]
Leonid Teliga is a yacht construction type Conrad 54, built in Poland in the second half of the 1970s. Five such yachts were built. Currently sailing yachts Conrad 54 are Lady B., Tornado, Lietuva and our Leonid Teliga. Leonid had a major renovation in 2017 and since then has been sailing on European waters from […]
De Gallant was launched in 1916 under the name Jannete Margaretha in Vlaardingen. She served as a herring lugger in the North Sea until 1936. In 1982 she was used as a cargo vessel by her Danish owner. Then in 1987 she returned to the Netherlands and was fully restored by a teaching and work […]
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. […]
LIV is one of the first two vessels ordered by the Norwegian Rescue Society (founded in 1891). She was built in 1893 by Thor Jensen in Porsgrunn, based on Colin Archer’s modified drawings from Chr. L. Stephansen who won the design competition for a sailing rescue vessel. LIV did her service in Northern Norway from […]
“SANTA MARIA MANUELA” (SMM) is a four masted gaff schooner initially launched in 1937, built by Companhia Uniao Fabril, in Lisbon. She began operating in cod fishing being one of the most beautiful vessels of the so famous Portuguese White Fleet. In 1993, due to obsolescence, she was abated to the fishing fleet, being partially […]
“Mir”, which means Peace, was built as the third of five sister ships at the Lenin-shipyard in Gdansk, Poland, based on a new type of design for square rigged training vessels. The first ship of this design was called Dar Mlodziezy, which was built to replace the old sail training ship Dar Pormoza for the […]
Grossherzogin 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 […]
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 […]