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Sail on Board a Tall Ship in 2016

 Sail on Board

The races might be over for 2015 - but don't worry - ship entries are flooding in for 2016 and if you're missing the sea already, or want to take part in your first adventure of a lifetime, visit our web page Sail on Board to find out how.

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In this edition of The Masthead we bring you a round up this year's events with links to photo galleries from each of the port events. And we meet some of the trainees who had a great time taking part in this year's races. 

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We're taking bookings for the International Sail Training and Tall Ships Conference 2016 Quebec, Canada Friday 29 and Saturday 30 January. This is a unique opportunity for anyone passionate about sail training and our Tall Ships Races and Regattas.  Of particular interest to host ports, vessel operator and sail trainers it will include a packed range of seminar sessions and networking opportunities plus lunch, refreshments and a spectacular gala dinner.

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We also introduce you to some special people in the sail training world - Mike the sail maker; Emily the courageous sailor and trainees from the Baltic Regatta and Tall Ships Races 2015.

And for more year round Sail Training news you should like our Facebook page and join our active public group to share your photos and videos so we can all enjoy sail training anywhere and everyday!

Fair winds ;-)

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