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A Dublin Welcome to the World

A Dublin Welcome to the World

Captains and dignatories from around the world gathered in Dublin today to mark the official opening of The Tall Ships Races Dublin Festival, 23-26 August. ...

Irish Tall Ship Trainee Tales

Irish Tall Ship Trainee Tales

Irish trainees were eager to share their stories of life at sea when they arrived into Dublin port....

Stormy Stories from the High Seas

Stormy Stories from the High Seas

Trainees and crews arriving into Dublin port report back on their experience of sailing across the stormy Bay of Biscay, in the final leg of Tall Ships Races 2012....

Magnificent Spectacle Coming to Dublin

Magnificent Spectacle Coming to Dublin

The Tall Ships berthing area is in the heart of the city along the North and South of the Quays and we hope that many visitors will enjoy the magnificent spectacle that the array of international tall ships will offer....

Four Vessels to Finish

Four Vessels to Finish

Four vessels remain racing in the last leg of The Tall Ships Races 2012....

An Irish Welcome for our Finishing Fleet

An Irish Welcome for our Finishing Fleet

Just six vessels remain racing in the final few days of the last leg of The Tall Ships Races 2012. ...

Final Ten Racing to Finish

Final Ten Racing to Finish

Just ten vessels are now racing towards the finish line in the final leg of The Tall Ships Races 2012....

Lighter Winds Slow Smaller Vessels

Lighter Winds Slow Smaller Vessels

Thirtreen vessels have now crossed the finish line; seveteen are still racing; one has retired - Creidne (Ireland); two will not start due to mechanical problems....

Ten Across the Finish Line

Ten Across the Finish Line

Following Cuauhtemoc's (Mexico) triumphant crossing of the finish line this morning, Class C Spaniel (Latvia) and Class D Tomidi (Belgium) and Gigi (UK) also crossed the line today....

A Class A Finish

A Class A Finish

Cuauhtemoc (Mexico) was the first vessel to cross the finish line this morning....