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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.


 

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New Member City in the Baltic Sail Association: Turku

In March, the City of Turku, Finland, signed the Membership Agreement of the Baltic Sail Association. Turku is the biggest city in the region of Southwest Finland with about 200.000 inhabitants. As the oldest city in Finland, as well as the first capital, Turku is the cradle of history and culture. Situated by the Baltic…

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Apply now! 11th Haikutter Regatta 2019: Nysted – Rostock

It’s now the 11th edition of the Haikutter Regatta that is taking place on 7th August 2019. It connects the Haikutter Festival in Nysted, Denmark (3.-7. August) and the 29th Hanse Sail in Rostock, Germany (8.-11. August). It starts mid-morning in Nysted and after about 3 hours the ships will arrive in Rostock-Warnemünde. The Winner…

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The world of traditional ships is meeting in Rostock: International Conference “Traditional Shipping in European Waters” Rostock, 13th to 15th of March 2019

International Conference “Traditional Shipping in European Waters” Rostock, 13th to 15th of March 2019 BALTIC PASS – MARITIME HERITAGE TOURS The Hanseatic City of Rostock, Tourism Information Office Rostock & Warnemuende, Bureau Hanse Sail in consultation with European Maritime Heritage Association has the honour to invite to the International Conference “Traditional Shipping in European Waters” which…

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Honouring voluntary commitment

Honouring voluntary commitment

Finn Hermansen (Nysted, Denmark, centre) and Rainer Arlt (Rostock, pictured left) were honoured by the Lord Mayor of the Hanseatic and University City of Rostock, Roland Methling (pictured right) for their voluntary commitment. Hermansen organized voluntarily the Hajkutter Festival in Nysted which takes place the weekend before the Hanse Sail Rostock. The festival is closed…

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Baltic Sail autumn meeting Karlskrona

Baltic Sail Autumn Meeting Karlskrona

Main goal of the Baltic Sea Association with seven seaport cities – Rostock, Szczecin, Gdansk, Riga, Klaipéda and Karlskrona – is to preserve traditional vessels, masterpieces of European cultural maritime heritage, representing maritime traditions, in operation for future generations and as a trade mark of the Baltic Sea Region. They are superstars, not only during…

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