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“The Bark “EUROPA,” built in 1911, is a well-known Tall Ship. Since 1994, she has taken part in Tall Ship Races all over the World. EUROPA travels the oceans, visits Antarctica from December until March each year, and participates in the Tall Ships Races during the summer. She is a ship that really sails, with […]
Built by hand in Spain between 1980 and 1984, ATYLA is one of the very few handmade wooden-hulled Tall Ships in the world that is still in operation. "ATYLA International Training Ship Foundation" is a not-for-profit organisation registered in Spain. The ship is still owned and operated by the same family who built her over […]
Vega Gamleby was built in 1909 in Viken, Sweden. She has sailed the Baltic Seas for many years up until a motor was built in the ship in 1932. Until 1937, her home ports were Lerberget and Hoganas. Later, she found her hometown in Skarhamn until 1966. After she was bought by director B. Guthenberg, […]
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 […]
Built in 1937 at Svenborg in Denmark. Galadriel was originally called Else after the first Captains daughter. She traded as a cargo vessel around the coasts of Denmark and Norway, first as a motor sailer but after 1956 under motor alone. In 1983 she was bought by the Cirdan Trust, extensive stored and re-rigged and […]
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 […]
Brian Boru named after the last High King of Ireland, is a beautiful wooden hulled, traditionally built and rigged gaff ketch. Originally launched in 1961, she worked as a herring ring-netter up until 1989, she was then sold and under new ownership she functioned as a general fisher, up until her decommissioning in 2006. […]
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 […]
Challenge Wales originally raced around the world, twice, in the Global Challenge Yacht Race before being used for sail training. Sailing with up to 18 people on board, she has taken part in Tall Ships Races and Regattas, Small Ships Races, and undertakes sail training activities predominantly around Wales, Ireland and the South Coast of […]
Tectona is operated by Sailing Tectona – an organisation that provides sail training opportunities for people of all ages. Sailing Tectona particularly works with young people, people with mental health issues and those in recovery from addiction. Our voyages allow individuals to become an efficient sailing team through the process of taking the boat […]
Vegewind is the flagship of Navigator Sail Training e.V. and was built by the long term unemployed who got their vocational training on boat-building at the Aucoop- Bootswerkstatt in Bremen. Navigator sail Training e.V. runs European Youth Exchange Programmes including language training, navigation courses, cultural seminars and tall ships races onboard Vegewind and Stephani. The […]
S/y Zryw was built in 1978 in the Maritime Yacht Shipyard of Leonid Teliga. She is used as a sail training vessel for adolescents and to help them pass the Polish Certificate of Competency. These young sailors gather experience from voyages in the Baltic Sea. Within the last 2 years, Zryw sailed twice around the […]
Jolie Brise is the truly world famous, 24 metre, Gaff Rigged Pilot Cutter. Built in 1913, some of her many claims to fame include: three times overall winner of the Fastnet Race; daring rescue of the crew of the Adriana in the 1932 Newport-Bermuda race; was the last sailing vessel to carry the Royal Mail […]
Wyvern av Aalesund was built in Abeking and Rasmussen between 1993 and 1995. She is a true copy of the legendary Wyvern (Colin archer design) built in 1897, Norway. She was built to be a schoolship and became part of the DJS CLipper fleet in Hamburg. Wyvern II A/S bought Wyvern av Aalesund in May 2009 and became […]
The schooner, Johann Smidt, was built in Amsterdam by the Cammenga Shipyard in 1974. She was launched as Eendracht, the first sail training ship for Holland’s Het Zeiland Zeeschip, and took part in many regattas, including previous Tall Ships’ Races and crossed the Atlantic. From the outset she was designed with young people in mind […]