As organisers of The Tall Ships Races, Sail Training International and our Host Port partners are committed to providing safe events for trainees, staff, volunteers, vessel operators, partners and visitors alike.
Following the decision to cancel The Tall Ships Races 2021 and confirmation that The Tall Ships Races Magellan-Elcano 500 Series would not take place in 2021, we now look forward to returning with The Tall Ships Races 2022, The Tall Ships Races 2023 and The Tall Ships Races 2024.
As the events draw nearer we continue to work as closely as possible with our Host Port partners and the Tall Ships fleet to ensure that all of this year’s events take place in the safest way possible.
Through ongoing consultations with local and regional authorities, medical experts and other organisations who have successfully hosted events during the ongoing pandemic, we are confident of providing a COVID-19 compliant environment as we bring the unique spectacle of The Tall Ships Races to Europe once again.
To ensure we are able to provide the safest environment possible for trainees, crews and visitors alike, we have set up dedicated committees who are looking at the best measures to manage the risks posed by COVID-19 in each Host Port stop.
For all of our events, each Host Port event shall operate in adherence to all local COVID-19 regulations and requirements in place at the time and all measures will reflect this.
We are continually aware of the changing developments across the Host Port countries we are visiting and will be tailoring our approach to best protect everyone involved.
We strongly recommend vessels to monitor the COVID-19 regulations and restrictions currently in place in each country and to ensure that they have an established written COVID-19 protocol outlining their actions in minimising the risks onboard and the actions that the vessel will take in the event of a COVID-19 situation onboard.
If you have any questions relating to The Tall Ships Races 2022, The Tall Ships Races 2023 or The Tall Ships Races 2024, you can contact us at any time through firstname.lastname@example.org.
To help vessel operators as they operate during the COVID-19 pandemic, we also have created a library of shared resources and documents.
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