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The Tall Ships Races 2016: The Fleet Says Farewell to Lisbon

The Tall Ships Races 2016: The Fleet Says Farewell to Lisbon

Following a highly enjoyable event in Lisbon, the international fleet of Tall and Small Ships set sail on the second race leg of the Tall Ships Races 2016 to Cádiz, Spain, today (Monday 25 July)....

The Tall Ships Races 2016: Festivities, Prizes and Parades

The Tall Ships Races 2016: Festivities, Prizes and Parades

The first two days of the Tall Ships Races 2016 in Lisbon have been a huge success. Massive crowds of spectators and trainees alike gathered in the bright sunshine to check out the international fleet of Tall and Small Ships....

The Tall Ships Races 2016: The Fleet has Arrived in Spirited Lisbon

The Tall Ships Races 2016: The Fleet has Arrived in Spirited Lisbon

Celebrations have begun today (Friday 22 July) in this warm, friendly and multicultural city, which opens its arms to welcome the international fleet for the seventh time....

Race Report 9:  Vessels Arrive in Lisbon and Crews Share Experiences

Race Report 9: Vessels Arrive in Lisbon and Crews Share Experiences

Crews in The Tall Ships Races 2016 are trading tales of whale spotting, wave height, too much wind and lack of wind, as they start to arrive in Lisbon, Portugal. ...

Race Report 8: Spaniel is First to Cross the Finish line

Race Report 8: Spaniel is First to Cross the Finish line

Spaniel (Latvia) was the first vessel to cross the finish line off Lisbon at 21:59:15 yesterday (Tuesday 19 July) (with Ocean Spirit of Moray (UK) just two hours behind her after nearly a week of racing....

Race Report 7: First Vessels Due to Cross the Finish Line Early Tomorrow

Race Report 7: First Vessels Due to Cross the Finish Line Early Tomorrow

Spaniel (Latvia) has just over 50 miles to go, and it looks likely that she’ll be first to cross the finish line early tomorrow morning....

Race Report 6: Spaniel Holds on at Head of Fleet

Race Report 6: Spaniel Holds on at Head of Fleet

Spaniel (Latvia) has held onto her narrow lead at the head of the fleet, but Ocean Spirit of Moray (UK) is beginning to come back as she picks up more wind to the west....

Race Report 5: Statsraad Lehmkuhl Heads the Fleet on Corrected Time

Race Report 5: Statsraad Lehmkuhl Heads the Fleet on Corrected Time

Statsraad Lehmkuhl (Norway) has strengthened her lead on Corrected Time in first place overall....

Race Report 4:Epic Sailing for Some but the Doldrums at the Back of the Fleet

Race Report 4:Epic Sailing for Some but the Doldrums at the Back of the Fleet

Ocean Spirit of Moray (UK), Mir (Russia) and Dar Mlodziezy (Poland) continue their charge at the head of the fleet......

Race Report 3: The Fleet Enters Headwinds and High Pressure

Race Report 3: The Fleet Enters Headwinds and High Pressure

Ocean Spirit of Moray has done well to extend her lead at the head of the fleet. ...