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Famine Ship Needs €100K to Get Seaworthy
The Jeanie Johnston will need €100,000 to be made seaworthy again, it has emerged. The three-masted barque - which not long ago sailed across the Atlantic - was missed at the weekend's Tall Ships festival, which attracted half a million…
Tall Ships Will Sail to Dublin in 2012
It's official - the Tall Ships Races will be coming to Dublin in August next year! As the Evening Herald reports, the successful four-day festival in Waterford this past weekend will be repeated in the capital from 23-26 August 2012,…
Tall Ships Parade of Sail Photos 2
More of Gary O'Mahony's images of the Tall Ships fleet leaving Waterford. View Waterford's Parade of Sail Photo Gallery Here
Waterford Tall Ships Parade of Sail Photos
Thousands bade farewell to the 45 tall ships departing Waterford this afternoon. Afloat Photographer Gary O'Mahony captured the scene. Scroll down for the photos. View the full Waterford Parade of Sail Photo Gallery Here
Dunmore East Bids TallShips Farewell
As the Russian 'A' class Mir passed the LE Aoife off Dunmore East in mid-morning, the largest tall ship of the festival headed the start of the Parade of Sail, writes Jehan Ashmore. Crowds left their cars in fields outside…
It's Official: Third Time Tallships for Waterford
In glorious sunshine an estimated 200,000 visitors flocked to see the Tall Ships in Waterford on the final day of the festival before tomorrow's departing 'Parade of Sail' spectacle writes Jehan Ashmore. Scenes of the tallships moored alongside the north…
Tall Ships kicks off with 80,000 turnout in Waterford
With an estimated 80,000 people turning out to welcome the Tall Ships yesterday, things are hotting up in Waterford. Aswell as the Tall Ships themselves there are craft and food villages in the city centre throughout the weekend. Traffic restrictions…
Tall Ships Races Could Mean Big Money for Waterford
This weekend's Tall Ships Races in Waterford could bring in up to €35 million to the local economy, according to Fáilte Ireland. Gerry Breen of Fáilte Ireland also told The Irish Times that the event would complement the new…
The Tall Ships are Here! (Arrival Photos)
After a long wait for the Tall Ships, they're finally sailing in Irish waters again. Photographer Gary O'Mahony captured some of the arrivals into Waterford yesterday.  Hosting of the Tall Ships Race will be worth an estimated €25 to €35…
Lord Nelson Heads for Waterford
As the Tall Ship STS Lord Nelson nears Carnsore Point off Wexford this evening the barque will be one of the many vessels participating in the Waterford Talls Ships Races Festival, writes Jehan Ashmore. Lord Nelson is the 'flagship' of…
50 Facts About the Tall Ships Races 2011
Ahead of the Tall Ships Races in Waterford which begin tomorrow, Waterford Today presents 50 facts you may not be aware of regarding the annual event and its host city for 2011. Did you know, for instance, that Waterford was…
Yacht Towed to Harbour after Collision with Tall Ship
Rosslare RNLI lifeboat was launched in the early hours of this morning (Wednesday 29 June 2011) to go to the aid of a 40 ft yacht that was badly damaged following a collision with a three masted 100 ft Norwegian…
Experience Franco-Irish Culture and Set Sail On board Tall-Ship Belém
Alliance Franҫcaise de Cork and Fondation Belém in association with the Port of Cork are pleased to announce arrival of the French tall-ship fleet, Belém, a 116-year old barque at one stage owned by the Guinness family, writes Jehan Ashmore.…
Safety Advice for those visiting The Tall Ships Races in Waterford,
The Chairman of Irish Water Safety has issued advice to all those visiting the Tall Ships visiting Waterford. This event is anticipated to attract large crowds of sightseers and a large flotilla of smaller vessels on each day to the…
Celtic Mist to Join Tall Ships Races Before New Life with IWDG
The yacht once owned by the late former Taoiseach Charles Haughey will be only Irish entrant in the Tall Ships Races at Waterford later this month. The Irish Times reports that Celtic Mist will take part in the first…
Eagle Crew Get Taste for Porridge After Waterford Stop
The crew of the US Coast Guard clipper Eagle have taken home a taste for porridge oats following their visit to Waterford ahead of the Tall Ships Races. Irish Central reports that the 140-plus crew of the training vessel…

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