TIME TO GO
THE TALL SHIPS RACES REGATTA 2021
The Tall Ships Races is an international offshore training regatta with a long tradition, the goal of which is to engage and educate young people and draw attention to the current state and sustainability of the marine environment. At least half of the members of the world's largest sailing fleet are young people aged 15-25 from different countries, selected from hundreds of applicants in their home country, and many of them are making their first sea voyage. Participating in the regatta gives young people the experience of teamwork, puts them to the test in surprising circumstances and adventures, where they obtain skills and make friends for life.
Sail Training International - The Tall Ships Races chief organizer
Sail Training International is a charity (non-profit) organization whose members come from all over the world.
Sail on board!
Purjeõpe on parim võimalus enese arendamiseks, uute kogemuste saamiseks ja sõprade leidmiseks.
The Tall Ships Races 2021
KLAIPEDA - Lithuania
June 27 - June 30
RACE KLAIPEDA – TURKU
June 30 - July 7
TURKU - Finland
July 5 - July 8
July 10 - July 15
TALLINN - Estonia
July 15 - July 18
RACE TALLINN - MARIEHAMN
July 18 - July 22, 2021
MARIEHAMN - Åland Islands
July 22 - July 25
RACE MARIEHAMN - SZEZCIN
July 25 - July 31, 2021
SZEZCIN - Poland
July 31 - August 03
Tallinn, named Lonely Planet’s Best Value Destination of 2018, is an amazing blend of old and new. The world-famous Old Town was largely constructed between the 13th and 16th centuries and is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. World-class yet affordable restaurants are tucked away on its winding cobblestone streets.
A stone’s throw away you’ll find the city’s business centre with modern towers and luxurious hotels, trendy neighbourhoods and large shopping centres.
Estonia connects the dots between Scandinavia, Central Europe and what lies to the east.
Estonia's capital Tallinn is the best-preserved medieval city in Northern Europe.
Estonia speaks Estonian...as well as English, Russian, Finnish and German.
Estonia is about 50% forest.
Estonia has a population of just 1.3 million but is larger than Denmark and Holland.
Estonia has over 2000 islands.
Estonia is one of the least religious countries in the world.
Estonia is a digital society.