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  Baltic Sail events are exciting international festivals for all nations and generations. We invite you, your sailing ship and your crew! By participating, you have the unique chance of bringing the culture and customs of your country.

Baltic Pass – Maritime Heritage Tours is creating sailing paths, taking into account maritime heritage of the whole South Baltic region and combining sailing with visiting attractive places on the southern shores of Baltic Sea in different countries.


 

NEWS:

9th Haikutter-Regatta with record attendance

17 Haikutter – as many as never before – participated on the 9th Haikutter-Regatta from Nysted in Denmark to Rostock for the 27th Hanse Sail. On August 9th, 85 sailors started very early in the morning from Rostock to Gedser with Scandlines to participate during the regatta. At 12.30 o´clock the regatta started with very…

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General assembly of the European Maritime Heritage (EMH) in Amsterdam

The general assembly of the European Maritime Heritage EMH, the umbrella organization for traditional ships in operation, took place on June 10th in the shipping Museum of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Baltic Sail with its seven cities is an associated member of EMH. A new constitution was confirmed, transforming the association into a legal entity with…

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Getting started: Baltic Sail Gdańsk – 29th of June – 2nd July 2017

Baltic Sail Gdańsk is the biggest international sailing event in Gdansk since 1997. This year it lasts form 29th of June to 2nd of July. During four amazing days of Festival each and everyone could experience sailing adventure, find out about maritime traditions of Gdansk and Hanseatic League. It’s worth to save the date today…

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1st International Workshop of Maritime Heritage Tours in Gdansk

In June 2017 32 tourism experts from 5 nations of the “Mare Balticum” met for the 1st International Workshop of the EU-Interreg project “Baltic Pass – Maritime Heritage Tours in Gdansk. The Hanse Sail Bureau is one project partner and responsible for the product development. Jerzy Litwin, Director of the National Maritime Museum Gdansk, welcomed…

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Meeting of Baltic Sail partners in Klaipeda

On April 27th, six of seven Baltic Sail partners met for the annual spring meeting in Klaipeda, Lithuania, in order to breathe life into last year’s re-signed agreement in Gdansk on the cooperation of the baltic cities. During the workshop, the maritime festivals of the tie-in cities were coordinated for the coming season and future…

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