13 July - 23 July 2019
10 days, Alexander von Humboldt II
From € 950,-Book this journey
Tall Ships Races Sail Training
15-25: € 950,-
25+: € 1490,-
13 July - 23 July 2019
* Places at request * Tall Ships Races: Cruise in Company. Explore the famous Norwegian coast and take part in spectacular harbour events! Join Alexander von Humboldt II in Fredrikstad and leave the port in a Parade of Sail. Then spend your days learning to sail a large Tall Ship and discovering beautiful Norway. Reach Bergen to join a festival, have fun with your crew mates and meet international sailors from the other Tall Ships. Languages on board are mainly German and English. In addition extra, per person € 50, – for harbor fees, pilotage, etc. Surcharge for 2-bed cabin 25% p.p. For all Windseekers, minimum age 15 years.
100 km south of Oslo, Fredrikstad is a coastal town, on the East side of the Oslofjord. Fredrikstad has a mix of old and new – The ‘Gamlebyen’ Old Town is a well-preserved star fort, across the water from the modern waterfront. Visitors can also visit the 16th-century Kongsten fort, or Scandinavia’s largest model railway. Fredrikstad will be a host port for the Tall Ship Races 2019.
Bergen is the gateway to the Fjords of Norway and a well-established cruise port. It’s an international city packed with history and tradition, a big city with small-town charm and atmosphere. Stroll around old streets and alleyways, and mingle with the crowds at the Fish Market. Saunter along the listed wooden buildings at Bryggen to the old fortress at Bergenhus, or call in at one of Bergen’s museums and galleries. The panoramic views of the city, the fjord and the ocean are breathtaking.
"As crew, there is nothing better then standing back and seeing the trainees do all the work and do it perfectly!"
"Worked together with different nationalities for a week was a life changing, hilarious experience."
"Working in a team is a skill I really improved on board during the watches"
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