Baltic Sail Logotype without cities  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.



Annual meeting of traditional ships in Nakskov (Denmark)

The annual Whitsunday meeting of vessels, sailing under the flag of TS Traeskibs Sammenslutningen, on the occasion of the 750th birthday of Nakskov, will take place on May 13-15th May 2016. 60-100 participating ships are expected. The Danes have one of the best preserved traditional fleets of ships in service (www.ts-skib.dk). The small port town…

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Baltic Sail Association supports several sail training activities!

On March, 17th 2016 the Baltic Sail Association met in Rostock (Germany). The cooperation of maritime festivals in the Baltic Sea region has existed since 20 years and nowadays comprises 6 partner cities and 3 maritime museums in Germany, Poland, Sweden, Denmark, Latvia and Lithuania. Joint marketing activities and attracting traditional ships to the respective city and harbour…

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International celebrations onboard!

20 years of Baltic Sail are celebrated with several international sailing trips. The Baltic Sea became a sea of traditional sailors since 1996, when Baltic Sail was founded. Its 20th anniversary will be celebrated with numerous international sailing trips. Starting June 26th 2016 schooner “Santa Barbara Anna” from Rostock will attend 20. Sail Gdansk (30.06.-03.07.) Sailors…

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Sailboats Returning With The “Baltic Sail Flag”

After declaring Klaipėda the Port of White Sails in 2015, the city is again preparing to welcome the big sailboats. The sailboats are returning to the Sea Festival under the Baltic Sail flag. “We are incredibly happy that Klaipėda is slowly becoming a cosy home for sailboats, a hospitable and attractive port welcoming ships all…

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