Valborg

Valborg was built 1948 in Porvoo, Southern Finland, to serve as a cargo vessel and carried mostly sand and timber between Finnish ports. After she retired in the early 70s Valborg was fully renovated and became a sail training ship for scouts. Today the ship is owned by Valborg LTD.

Nowadays Valborg serves as a Sail Training vessel, participating in events like the Tall Ships Races and offering charter trips to companies and private groups to finance the Races. During winter Valborg stays in water (and ice), and serves as an event venue with sauna.

Up to 28 trainees sleep in the main area, fitted with upper double bunks (shared between 2 trainees each) and single lower bunks, one per trainee. On board you will of course find all the standard comforts like showers and central heating, as well as a cozy fireplace. In true Finnish style, there is even a sauna on board!


Specifications

Shipping type: 2-masted galeas

Homeport: Helsinki

Date built: 1948

Restored:

Capacity: 28

Length: 36 m

Beam: 7,2 m

Draught: 2,30 m

Sail: 360 m2

Height of mast: 20 m

Engine capacity: 270 hp

Displacement:

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Valborg

Helsinki (FI) - Klaipeda (LT)

19 Jun 2024 - 29 Jun 2024

To the Tall Ships Races! Join the Valborg in Helsinki for a 10-day delivery journey to the opening events of the Tall Ships Races. Sail across...

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Valborg

Helsinki (FI) - Tallinn (EE)

06 Jul 2024 - 13 Jul 2024

*Last place available.* The Tall Ships Races 2024: Cruise in Company 1. Cross the Gulf of Finland and explore remote places along the way. The Cruise...

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Valborg

Tallinn (EE) - Turku (FI)

13 Jul 2024 - 20 Jul 2024

*Last place available.* The Tall Ships Races 2024: Race 2. All hands on deck! Step on board the Valborg in the Estonian capital for an exciting...

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Valborg

Turku (FI) - Mariehamn (AX)

20 Jul 2024 - 26 Jul 2024

*Places at request* The Tall Ships Races 2024: Cruise in Company 2. Sail on a traditional Finnish ship and discover the beauty of the Aland Islands....

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