We are delighted to announce an online seminar, Looking Forward to the Return of The Tall Ships Races & Regattas in 2022 on Tuesday 2 November, and an online one-to-one meeting facility which will be available from Tuesday 2- Friday 12 November.
The focus of this initiative is to facilitate dialogue between our 2022 Race and Regatta Host Ports and the Sail Training fleet in order to highlight the opportunities across our events as we continue to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic.
The seminar will preview our 2022 Events on Tuesday 2 November and provide a series of one-to-one online meetings to facilitate discussions between ships and our 2022 Host Ports, available from Tuesday 2-Friday 12 November.
Following the unprecedented challenges that we faced in 2020 and 2021, we are delighted to be able to return with The Tall Ships Races 2022 and SCF White Sails of Peace Tall Ships Regatta.
Each Host Port preview will provide the following information:
- An overview of planned in-port activities for trainees and crews
- Information and planning details for creating a COVID-19 compliant event
- Opportunity for participating ships to generate income by taking part in the events
- How ports and ships can prepare for the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic
One-to-One Online Meetings
Once again, we will be offering Vessel Operators and Host Port representatives the chance to book one-to-one online networking meetings with each other running from Tuesday 2-Friday 12 November.
During these meetings, Vessel Operators and Host Port representatives will be able to meet virtually to open a dialogue, put names to faces and discuss participation in our programme of upcoming events.
NB. A previous announcement incorrectly stated the date for the Looking Forward to the Return of the Tall Ships Races & Regattas online seminar as Monday 1 November. Please note the date of the seminar and start date of the one-to-one meetings is Tuesday 2 November, we apologise for any confusion.