05 July - 13 July 2019
8 days, Christian Radich
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15-25: € 812,-
25+: € 970,-
05 July - 13 July 2019
* FULLY BOOKED * The Tall Ships Races 2019: Race 1. The biggest annual Tall Ships event is back, and once again the majestic fully-rigged Ship Christian Radich takes part! Join her in Denmark and embark on an adventurous journey to Norway. Race other Tall Ships to be the first on the finish line. Learn about the life – and work – on a traditional Tall Ship and enjoy your time on board before reaching your destination and relaxing in port. On the 11th and 12th there will activities in port like crewparade and crewparty. On the 11th and 12th lunch and dinner is not included in the boardprice. The Voyage is open to all Windseekers aged 15 and older.
The Tall Ships Races 2019 will be visiting the grand port of Aalborg. Aalborg has had a love affair with The Tall Ships Races since 1999, when the city hosted the event for the first time. Aalborg is situated at the Liim Fiord where it was founded by Vikings over 1000 years ago. Today Aalborg is a modern city with visible historic roots. Its theatres, symphony orchestra, performance venues, and museums, make Aalborg a great place to wind down after an exhilarating Sail adventure.
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.
"This trip was about pushing your boundaries."
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