tall ship


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tall ship

any square-rigged sailing ship
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Contract award notice: Provision of hospitality services on board the tall ships for the tall ships races sunderland 2018
Lifeboat crew members boarded the Tall Ship and were able to stabilise the casualty before transferring him to the lifeboat.
STANDING proud this is the latest visitor to Sunderland ahead of the spectacular Tall Ships Races.
12 March 2015 - US-based maritime education specialist The Call of the Sea and the Educational Tall Ship organisation are now officially merged, the organisations said on Tuesday.
Voyage crew were able to climb the rigging, set the sails, steer the ship and haul the ropes, while also enjoying the thrill of sailing, and sampling the life on board of, a tall ship.
Tall ships are playing an increasingly familiar part in the scene and are often highly visible at their berths in Canning Dock and the adjacent Albert Dock.
This is the first time for a tall ship to obtain three international friendship awards during one year in a historical and civilisational achievement.
Shabab Oman Ship'' finalized its voyage for this year after achieving a number of accomplishments, starting from the International Friendship Award of the Historical Seas Tall Ships Regatta in Greece, the International Friendship Award of the Tall Ships Race in Hartlepool in the Untied Kingdom (UK) and the International Friendship Award of the North Sea Tall Ships Regatta in Amsterdam International Tall Ships Festival, which is the first time for a tall ship to obtain three international friendship awards during one year in a historical and civilizational achievement.
Some 42 tall ships from 16 countries participated as part of the World Tall Ship Festival.
Attracting tall ships and apprentice crews from abroad develops the city as the tall ship centre for the north and adding to its reputation and economic growth.