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Join a sailing adventure on a Tall Ship and set course for new horizons!

Falmouth (UK) - Greenwhich (UK)

30 August - 05 September 2014

6 days, Atyla

From € 768,-

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Tall Ships Races

25 years : € 768,-
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Atyla:
Falmouth (UK) - Greenwhich (UK)

30 August - 05 September 2014

The Falmouth-Royal Greenwich Tall Ships Regatta 2014 is a unique opportunity for individuals of all ages and organizations to be involved and take part in a world class event. As well as being in great locations, the welcome and support the Tall Ships can expect in these two ports will be second to none. Possible to stay extra nights for 69 EUR per night. Open to all ages, minimum age 15 years.

Ports

  • "I loved the cooperation between all of us young sailors when we sailed the Ship."

    Kaarny (24), Norway

You sail on the Atyla

Atyla
Shipping type: Schooner
Homeport: Maritime Museum Of Bilbao (ES)
Date built: 1980-1984
Trainees: 15
Length: 31.3m
Height of mast: 25 m
Sail: 400m2

The Atyla is a true Spanish ship! She boasts the magnificent-looking, hand carved wooden elements, with the great entourage. To relax, enjoy the leather seating in the saloon where you can listen to the crew's stories from far-away seas. In …

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Windseeker logs

  • Sunday at Sea – Cape Horn Ceremony

    Europa

    At Sea

    – by Deckhand Pelle

    Sailing is fun! But so can be sitting on your bum! The professional sailors of Europa have one thing in common, they can't seem to sit still, probably because there is always something to do. From changing sheets to mending …

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  • Vega Gamleby Trainees and Crew before Esbjerg Crew Parade 2018

    “We all live in the Vega Gamleby, Vega Gamleby, Vega Gamleby”

    Vega Gamleby

    Sunderland-Esbjerg

    – by Trainees

    Date – 14/07/18 Watch / Trainees – 8-12 – Chris Dow and Cecilie Olsen We woke up at 8 am British time, then at 8:15 am we gathered in the galley as breakfast was served. Shortly after breakfast, during a minor briefing, we …

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