This faithful copy of a gaff schooner is a feast for the eyes. Declared seaworthy in 1996, the two-master T/S Rupel has now covered almost 150 000 nautical miles. The track record of T/S Rupel is impressive, she won many awards in the top 3 in her category of classic sailing ships with long rigging (B-class).
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This Norwegian galea already participated in the first edition of the project. This splendid ship, dating from 1914, is one of the few sailing ships to perpetuate the transport of goods by sail off the coast of France.
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This magnificent ship celebrates her 100th birthday this year. This ship, described as one of the 60 most important historic ships in the UK by the National Historic Ships, has a rich history. The Excelsior now specialises in organising sail training trips for young people.
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