Yachts

Thermopylae Clipper

Thermopylae Clipper is the largest yacht in Discovery Sailing Project’s fleet of three. Having previously completed four circumnavigations, Thermopylae Clipper is a very sturdy and spacious yacht perfectly suited to Sail Training. Being on board a smaller yacht means that …

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Small Ships

Helena

The schooner "Helena" has proved herself to be a fast and seaworthy sailing boat by virtue of her stylish construction and rigging. She is a prime example of the high standards in the Finnish art of boatbuilding. This flag ship …

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Vahine tropics

Yachts

Vahine

SY Vahine is a member of the famous Nautor Swan family. Vahine is a typical klassic Swan, a 65 foot ketch, with the typical Swan interior. At the moment she is a Bermuda rigged ketch. SY Vahine is a Nautors Swan …

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Small Ships

Kapitan Borchardt

This sail training vessel is a three-masted gaff-rigged schooner. Learn how to sail this big Ship together. Climb the mast. Be the helmsmen. Trim the sails. All together with your fellow trainees. The Kapitan Borchardt has comfortable accommodation, such as with 3 …

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Small Ships

Eye of the Wind

More than 100 years ago a sailing legend came to life: in 1911, the German Lühring shipyard built a gaff schooner named Friedrich. In 1955 she ran aground in a heavy strom off the Swedish west coast. The wreck was …

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Picture of the Yacht Challenge Wales Sailing on the sea

Yachts

Challenge Wales

Challenge Wales is a 72 foot, 18 berth Ocean Racer built in 1999. She is an experienced vessel for longer voyages, whatever the weather conditions. The official language on board is English. The Ship has a fun and friendly team who enjoy working hard …

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Yachts

Belem

Belem began as cargo ship in June 1896, she is the oldest still sailing ship from 'Belle Epoque'. Before World War 1, in 1914, she is rebuilt, by the second duke of Westminster, to an luxery private yacht. They added …

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