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Leader was built in 1892 for William Robbens by the yard of A W Gibbs at Galmpton Creek on the River Dart, just two miles across the hill from Brixham. She cost him �1,100, which he raised by means of a mortgage, provided by Robert Hellyer, a Brixham man who had moved to the East […]
“Wooden, traditional gaff ketch, on the initiative of General Mariusz Zaruski, was built in Sweden for the money coming from contributions of members of the Maritime and Colonial League. After almost 4 years of arduous process of revitalization, on 30th October 2012, in the presence of President Bronisław Komorowski, the sail of STS General Zaruski […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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". […]
Picton Castle was one of five similar trawlers built by Cochrane’s in Selby, all named after British castles. (The actual Picton Castle in Wales is still standing.) The other “castle” ships have all been taken out of service. Picton Castle went through World War II as a mine sweeper in the British Royal Navy. In […]
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. […]
“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 […]
The Spirit of New Zealand is the Spirit of Adventure Trusts second ship, built in 1986 by Thackwray Yachts Limited and Spirit of Adventure Trust, Auckland. The Spirit of Adventure was the Trusts first ship, and the reason for the Trusts name. The Spirit of New Zealand sails approx 340 days of each year on voyages, […]
The Discovery Sailing Project is the offshore sailing arm of the Docklands Scout Project (DSP). The project was founded in 1971 by the Discovery Committee who ran courses for Scouts and Guides on the RRS Discovery, Captain Scott’s polar exploration ship, when she was moored on the Victoria Embankment in central London. RRS Discovery has […]
Gratitude was built in Porthleven, 1903 as a sailing trawler. She was sold to Sweden in 1932 and to Svenska Kryssarklubbens Seglarskola (the Swedish Cruising Club Sail Training Foundation) in 1957. Since 1959 Gratitude has been sailing with teenage and adult trainees during summer months, and charter with schools and companies during spring and autumn. […]
Esprit is a cold moulded wooden boat with a modern schooner rig, gaff fore and Bermuda main. She was built at the Bremer Bootsbau Vegesack GmbH (BBV) Shipyard in Bremen in 1995 and honoured in 1997 for her work promoting international understanding sailing with 50:50 German and English crew, winning the Cutty Sark Trophy. Since […]