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Volunteers Sought for Tallship that’s Going Bottom's Up!
#TALLSHIPS – What are the chances of getting to see the underside of a ship's hull, let alone the rare opportunity to carry out work on a tallship, look no further than the STV Tenacious, writes Jehan Ashmore. This unique…
Tall Stories on Jeanie Johnston
Below the Surface is hosting a series of intriguing maritime stories in a unique venue - The Jeanie Johnston, with the atmospheric creaking sounds of the famine ship's hull enveloping the audience as they listen to enthralling tales of Ireland's…
Speculation over Loss of HMS Bounty 'Not Helpful' – Tall Ships America
#Tallships – The education under sail organisation in the United States, 'Tall Ships America' has expressed its hope for the speed recovery of HMS Bounty Captain following the foundering of HMS BOUNTY during Hurricance Sandy this week.  The organisation has…
Crew Rescued But Captain Missing as Tall Ship HMS Bounty Sinks in Hurricane Sandy
#tallship – A Tall Ship replica 18th-century sailing vessel, a visitor to Irish ports in 2009,  was caught in Hurricane Sandy's and sunk leaving the captain missing and forcing the crew into liferafts in rough seas off the North American…
Watch the Tall Ships Leaving Dublin Bay
#TALL SHIPS - TheJournal.ie this week highlighted this wonderful video of the Tall Ships Races fleet as they departed Dublin Bay on Sunday 26 August. Filmmaker Rachel O'Connor captured this footage on board the racing sloop Sceolaing along with its…
Tallship’s Dublin Call ‘Open’Day
#TALL SHIP- The tallship Tenacious which arrived yesterday to Dublin Port, is to host an Open Day to the public this Sunday 21st October at Sir John Rogerson's Quay, from 10am - 12.30pm and 2pm - 4pm. The 65m barque…
Tall Ships Conference to Address Needs of Vessel Operators
#Tallships – The event organisers and charity behind The Tall Ships Races, Sail Training International, is hosting the only conference this year to address all of the needs of vessel operators, sail training programme providers and host ports. It is…
Irish Sea Tallship Sailing Voyages
#TALLSHIP VOYAGES – There are three sailing voyages around the Irish Sea this October on board the Jubilee Sailing Trust's 65m barque Tenacious, the fleetmate of Lord Nelson which as previously reported, called to Dun Laoghaire recently, writes Jehan Ashmore.…
Tallship For All Follows In Wake of MOD70 City Races
#TALL SHIP- The UK flagged tallship Lord Nelson, built specifically to enable people of all physical abilities to sail side-by-side as equals, last night anchored off Scotsman Bay. It was in these inshore waters recently where the impressive MOD70 'City'…
Last of the Tall Ships Finally Departs Dublin Port
#TALL SHIPS – It has been more than a fortnight ago since the spectacle of Dublin Tall Ships Race Festival's 'Parade of Sail' took place, and today the last participant, the Swedish Navy's Falken, made a southbound departure of Dublin…
Norwegian School Tallship to Make Return Call to Capital
#TALL SHIP -The Norwegian three-mast school ship Christian Radich is to visit Dublin Port tomorrow as part of a four-day stopover, writes Jehan Ashmore. The 1937 built tallship will make her main port of call to the capital during a…
Grand Old Lady of the Sea Belém Visits Galway
#TALLSHIP GALWAY – Not all tallships visiting Irish waters were concentrated in Dublin Port for the successful tallships festival, as the French three-masted barque Belém, built in 1896, docked into Galway Harbour last week, writes Jehan Ashmore. She moored alongside…
Dublin’s Tallship Link to Parade of Sails Naval (Guard) Ships
#TALL SHIPS – At the Dublin Tall Ships Races Festival, the docklands-based replica 19th century barque Jeanie Johnston was open to the public, however a former Irish Naval Service vessel, could of been there in her place, had circumstances in…
Irish Sea Tall Ships Regatta is Finally Underway
#TALLSHIPS – As previously reported on Afloat.ie, the first Irish Sea Tall Ships Regatta, which was postponed on Sunday due to adverse weather, set off yesterday afternoon from Dun Laoghaire Harbour, writes Jehan Ashmore. The majority of the 11-strong fleet…
Inaugural Tall Ships Race Start from Dublin Postponed 'til 6pm this Evening
#Tallships – The start of the Tall Ships race scheduled for yesterday evening has been postponed until 6pm today (Monday 27 August), due to expected adverse weather conditions. The inaugural Irish Sea Tall Ships Regatta has been delayed by 24…
#Tall Ships – A 21-gun salute to say goodbye to the Tall Ships, which left Dublin's docklands yesterday morning in great winds and sunshine. Footage taken by Sgmn Terry Healy, from an Air Corps helicopter shows the Mexican Ship, Cuauhtemoc,…

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