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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 […]
The vessel is named after her country (in English her name would be LITHUANIA). She is owned by the only Lithuanian port city, Klaipeda (the vessel belongs to Klaipeda City Sea Sailing Club). LIETUVA has inscribed many glorious moments of the country’s sailing history. For many years she has been a major training ship for […]
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 […]
Tre Kronor is a newly built wooden brig. The ship’s construction was in every detail inspired by the trading brigs of the mid 19th-century. She undertook her maiden voyage in the summer of 2008 and meets all modern safety and comfort requirements. HRH Crown Princess Victoria is the godmother of the ship and follows our […]
S/y Anya was built in Turku, Finland, and it was launched in 1998. The first long sailing tour took the yacht via United Kingdom to Canarian Islands and from there to Caribbean and further to Venezuela along Rio Orinoco. On the way there, Anya participated in ARC-99 competition being the second to cross the line […]
Duet is a wooden gaff rigged yawl. She was built on the River Itchen, Southampton in 1912 and originally called Gaviota. A famous explorer Augustine Courtauld bought her in the 1930’s and renamed her Duet. When he died in 1959, ownership of Duet passed to Augustines son, the Revd Christopher Courtauld who together with Christopher […]
Shtandart is a replica of the 1703 frigate built by Peter the Great. In 1994, the Shtandart Project had the necessary elements to begin building the ship at St Petersburg – a location, skilled people, start-up money and the plans and diagrams of the vessel. No actual plans of the original Shtandart had survived, but […]
ALEXANDER von HUMBOLDT II has been sailing the high seas since 2011. Like its predecessor ALEXANDER von HUMBOLDT, ALEX-2 is a civilian squarerigger offering tall ship voyages for everyone, regardless of previous experience. All you need is an open mind and a spirit of adventure! ALEXANDER von HUMBOLDT II has been built with a traditional […]
The designer, John Alden, had made his name as a builder of elite racing schooners that retained all their beauty and style while constantly winning the premier ocean races of the time. When and If was a new idea: a yacht which would maintain all her classic beauty and hold her own in recreational racing […]
In 1894, the world famous ship designer Colin Archer of Larvik received a very special commission for the English timber merchant Frederick Croft who ordered a high-class yacht. The vessel was launched on 10 August 1897, and named Wyvern from mythology which means ‘an awe-inspiring dragon’. Frederick Croft was an enthusiastic sailor and crossed the […]
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.
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 […]
In 1891 the Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue was founded, and a year later Colin Archer built the first rescue cutter. This prototype cost NOK10.900,43, including beer for the workers. At the launch in July 1893, the ship was named after its designer. RS1 Colin Archer proved convincing during her first season, and became the […]
Atene was built in Svendborg in Denmark in 1909 and called Emanuel. Atene now sails from May to October principally with school classes but she can also be chartered privately. The aim of the organisation is to maintain old sailing ship traditions and to teach young people seamanship as practised in the past.