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.



Coming up: Baltic Sail Meeting in Rostock

All Baltic Sail Partners are invited to Rostock for the next Baltic Sail Committee meeting that is going to take place 17  March 2016 at Bureau Hanse Sail, Warnowufer 65, 18057 Rostock. The agenda contains previews on different Sails, 20 years of Baltic Sail, contracts and upcoming signing ceremony, Baltic Sail Nations Cup 2016, promotion…

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Presenting Baltic Sail

The sailing season 2016 was the main topic at Rostock’s media brunch at the end of January. Numerous highlights where mentioned – of course, 20th Baltic Sail anniversary was one of the issues.

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Online now: funding form for financial support

Owners of traditional ships or sail training vessels can apply for financial support for their vessels or cruises of their vessels, if the journey directly connects at least two of the Baltic Sail harbours. The Baltic Sail Committee will especially award cruises, dedicated to support the following ideas on board of traditional vessels: • sail…

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Video: Baltic Sail Nations Cup 2015 in Riga

The Baltic Sail Nations Cup is an annual Match Race Sailing event in one of Baltic Sail’s partner cities. In 2015 it was hosted by Riga for the first time. Enjoy this video! The first Baltic Sail Nations Cup ever took place in Rostock in 2011. Germany and Poland both finished first.

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BALTIC SAIL conference in Karlskrona

Since 1996 the BALTIC SAIL Association significantly contributes to the preservation of maritime heritage in the Baltic Sea area. The members jointly organize and advertise maritime events in their cities. Last week, delegates from Germany, Sweden, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Denmark discussed perspectives for the association and possibilities to intensify the cooperation and the support…

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