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Falmouth (UK) - Royal Greenwich (UK)

30 August - 07 September 2014

8 days, Tenacious

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Tall Ships Races

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Falmouth (UK) - Royal Greenwich (UK)

30 August - 07 September 2014

NO PLACES AVIALABLE ANYMORE. Be a part of this brilliant voyage where you will not only enjoy the thrilling experience of tall ship racing but will then participate in a superb cruise-in-company to London. Taking part in some maritime festivities in Falmouth – the host port for the start of the race – you’ll enjoy a fun filled couple of days before embarking on a race to the Isle of Wight – against a fleet of approximately 30 other vessels. The regatta – organised by Sail Training International – also includes a cruise-in-company sail to Greenwich in London – where you will enjoy an exciting couple of days full of activities, cultural events and firework displays. The Parade of Sail on Tuesday 9th September will see thousands of people lining the banks of the River Thames to watch the most spectacular Tall Ships event in London since 1989. Open to all ages, minimum age 16 years


  • "It is an adventure you don’t want to miss! Being a sailor only takes passion and motivation."

    Axel (23), France

You sail on the Tenacious

Tall Ship Tenacious under sails
Shipping type: Barquentine
Homeport: Southampton (UK)
Date built: 2000
Trainees: 44
Length: 65 m
Height of mast: 37,6 m

The Jubilee Sailing Trust has launched Tenacious in 2000 to join another of their vessels, Lord Nelson. These two are unique Tall Ships, fully equipped to host able-bodied and physically disabled trainees alike. Once you get on board you are becoming …

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Windseeker logs

  • Ship

    Absolutely Awesome Day


    Southern Atlantic Ocean

    – by Annie van Haaren

    Today was absolutely awesome. Waking from a good 7 hour sleep to breakfast, first time in 5 days as I had been sleeping right through it when on the dog watch. We had watch from 8 am till 12 midday. …

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  • Almost Home


    Cape Verde - Netherlands

    – by crew Oosterschelde

    In a way we’re having bad luck: the English Channel is an area with a lot of traffic. Unfortunately we cannot see it. On our last day at sea the temperature dropped till 7 degrees (above zero, fortunately) and the …

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