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S/y Henrika is a sea scout training vessel owned and operated by a Finnish sea scout troop “Kupittaan Henrikinpojat ry”. Her home port is Turku in South-Western Finland. Henrika has taken part in Tall Ships’ Races in Baltic Sea Region since 1996. The vessel and the whole scout troop are operated entirely on voluntary basis.
Originally TECLA was built in Vlaardingen, in the south of Holland, as a fishing boat for herrings. Launched under the name of Graaf van Limburg Stirum she fished the Doggersbank for over 10 years. As the fishing fleet shrunk she was sold to Denmark to become a freighter under the name of TECLA. She returned […]
Sister ships Ocean Scout and Offshore Scout are purpose built, well equipped, Oyster 49 ketches. They operate from the east coast UK port of Ipswich, sailing weekend or longer cruises with crews of up to 11 young people from all backgrounds. Adventures Offshore is a charitable trust and has been offering safe sail training since […]
Thermopylae Clipper is the latest addition to the Discovery Sailing Project fleet and is based on the River Hamble near Southampton. This legendary yacht is a 60 foot cutter built by Colvic Craft in the UK in 1996 and has a great history. She was designed for the Clipper Round the World race and has […]
Koreana (South Korea) is a Topsail Schooner that was launched in 1983 from the Netherlands. This magnificent tall ship sleeps up to 60 passengers and is the only clipper in South Korea used for student sail training. Koreana relocated to the Far East and South Korea in 1995 where she underwent a refurbishment and restoration. […]
Excelsior is a Lowestoft Smack which was built in 1921 to fish in the North Sea in all weathers as one of a fleet of 300 similar vessels. She was fully restored in 1989 to maintain her tough construction and is now a regular competitor in major maritime events, having taken part in the Cutty […]
St Barbara V is owned and operated by the Royal Artillery Yacht Club. Launched in 2000, she is the third Rustler 42’, and the first built for sail training purposes. She is the Club’s 5th Flagship and is the largest yacht owned by UK Service Clubs. The club has existed for 74 years for the […]
“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 […]
Owned by the Jubilee Sailing Trust, LORD NELSON, named after the famous British Admiral is the first of their two vessels, both of which are the only tall ships in the world that have been purpose designed and built to enable able-bodied and physically disabled people to sail side by side and share the adventure […]
Pegasus is the youngest vessel in the fleet, based on the designs of the famous Bristol Channel Pilot Cutters. Designed by Ed Burnett and built by The Bristol Classic Boat Co., on Redcliffe Wharf by the Rolt brothers. She is elegant, luxurious and fast. Pegasus races competitively in the STI Tall Ships Races, and is […]
The STS Leeuwin II is Western Australia’s own Tall Ship based in Fremantle WA. The Leeuwin is a three-masted barquentine. It was built to a design by local naval architect Len Randell by Australian Shipbuilding Industries Pty Ltd (now BAE Systems Australia) and launched on 2 August 1986 as sail training ship. It is operated […]
Pride of Baltimore II is a reproduction of an 1812-era Baltimore Clipper. For nearly three decades, she has served to promote historical maritime education, foster economic development and tourism for Baltimore and Maryland, and represent the people of Maryland in ports throughout the world. Since her commissioning in 1988, Pride of Baltimore II has sailed […]
Gratia was built in Cowes on the Isle of Wight in 1900. She was originally built as a private yacht and has had several owners and names such as Cinderella. Gratia was donated by the Stiftelsen Svenska Kryssarklubbens Segarskola (the Swedish Sail Training Foundation) by a ship owner Einar Hansson in 1964. Gratia has since […]
Young Endeavour was a gift from the United Kingdom to the Government and people of Australia to mark the Bicentenary in 1988. Construction began on the ship in May 1986 in Lowestoft, England and on 3 August 1987 she began the long voyage to Australia with a crew which included 24 young people from Britain […]
After the Cutty Sark Tall Ships’ Races in 1990, a group of liaison officers from La Coruna, who were all sailors, were so taken with the philosophy of the races and the sail training experience they decided to charter a boat and race themselves. This group ran the Liaison Office when the Cutty Sark Tall […]