Due to compatibility reasons, the Baltic Sail Gdansk 2020 was shifted from 3rd – 6th July, 2020 to 04th – 07th September, 2020.Information about Baltic Sail Gdansk.The updated application form for interested ship owners:View More
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.
During the Baltic Sail Autumn Meeting 2019 in Turku, Finland, on Monday, 16th of September 2019, many important facts have been discussed and figured out. Meeting for the first time in Turku, it was the possibility to get to know the first Finnish member city who joined the Baltic Sail Association in January.Besides the administrative…View More
Thanks to the cooperation of the Bureau Hanse Sail, the Hanse Sail Association and the Baltic Sail Association, a young Rostock women participated in a unique sailing experience in the Baltic Sea. Upon invitation by the City of Szczecin to the Lord Mayor of Rostock, Roland Methling, the Hanse Sail Association in Rostock sent the…View More
In the framework of the Riga City Festival from August 16th to 18th 2019, the Baltic Sail Nations Cup took place. Sailing teams from Klaipeda (Lithuania), Rostock (Germany) and Szczecin (Poland) joined the team of Riga.View More
On August 7th, 2019, the Hajkutter Regatta sailed under special winds: It was part of the promotion campaign for Maritime Heritage Tours, linked to the EU Project “Baltic Pass”. Maritime Heritage Tours combine sailing on traditional sailing vessels with the visit of maritime heritage sites on shore during one- or multi-day trips. Soon, you can…View More