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Cutty Sark-arrangementet i 1997

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Cutty Sark-arrangementet i 1997
The Tall Ships Race ble arrangert i Trondheim sommeren 1997, under navnet Cutty Sark. De fleste husker sommeren med alle seilskutene som lå og prydet Trondheimsfjorden. Arrangementet var en del av 1000-årsfeiringen for Trondheim.

Seilbåtene i Cutty Sark-regattaen kom fra regn og vind fra Aberdeen for å bli mottatt av en feststemt by. Kommunen og Trondheim havn betalte to og en halv million hver for å få båtene til å ta turen innom byen.

Båter som har deltatt:

Amerigo Vespucci - Italian Navy training ship
Asgard II - Irish sail training ship
Astrid - Dutch tall ship
Auno - a Norwegian gaff ketch
Belle Poule (built in 1932) - French Navy training schooner which together with the Etoile, its sister ship, has been participating to the Tall Ship Race since 1958. In 2009, the Belle Poule and the Etoile crossed the Atlantic ocean for the first time during the Tall Ship Atlantic Challenge.
Christian Radich - Norwegian full rigged training ship
Creoula - Portuguese training ship
Cuauhtémoc - Mexican Navy officer-training ship (winner on two occasions)
Danmark - Danish full rigged training ship build in Nakskov, Denmark 1933.
Dar Młodzieży - a three-masted Polish full-rigged ship (built in 1982)
Dar Pomorza - winner of 1972 and 1980 races, a three-masted Polish full-rigged ship (built in 1909, decommissioned in 1980 and replaced by the Dar Mlodziezy, see above)
Eagle - training vessel for the U.S. Coast Guard, most recently participated in 2005
Eendracht - Dutch schooner owned by Stichting het Zeilend Zeeschip (Foundation the Sailing Seaship)
Schooner Ernestina - the official vessel of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Esmeralda (BE-43) - Training vessel for the Chilean Navy, won in 1982 and 1990.
Etoile (built in 1932) - French Navy training schooner which together with the Belle Poule, its sister ship, has been participating to the Tall Ship Race since 1958. In 2009, the Etoile and the Belle Poule crossed the Atlantic ocean for the first time during the Tall Ship Atlantic Challenge.
Far Barcelona - an 1874 jackt restored at the Consorci El Far as vessel school, Barcelona-Spain
HMS Falken - a two-masted Swedish Naval training schooner
HMS Gladan - a two-masted Swedish Naval training schooner
Golden Quest - a three-masted Swedish barque
Gorch Fock (built in 1958)
Gulden leeuw - a three-masted Dutch topsail schooner
Johann Smidt (ex Eendracht) (German Wikipedia) - a two-masted German schooner, class B (length between 30.5 and 46.5 m) winner in 1992 and 2000.
Jolie Brise - a French pilot cutter, three times winner of the Fastnet Ocean Race, two times overall winner of the Tall Ships' Races. Owned maintained and sailed by Dauntsey's School.
Juan de Lángara - Spanish training schooner, won the Friend's Ships Throphy in 2006 and is a regular participant in Tall Ships Races from 1995
Kruzenshtern - Russian four-masted barque, one of the last genuine windjammers under sail
Jens Krogh - a Danish gaff ketch
May Be - a 1920's Dutch sailing ketch which took part in the first tall ships race.
Mercator (ship) - a Belgian merchant marine three-masted barquentine, winner of the Oslo ~ Oostende race in 1960.
Mircea - a three-masted Romanian sail training ship
UAM Creoula[8] - a four-masted Portuguese sail training ship
Morning Star of Revelation[9] - a British 62 ft (19 m) gaff ketch
Mutin - French Navy's oldest training ship which was used during WW2 as an operational unit by the British Special Operations Executives (SOE) Ocean Scout - a Bermuda rigged Oyster 49 ketch launched in 1994 operated by the UK scout sail training charity, Adventures Offshore. It is the elder sister ship to Offshore Scout.
Offshore Scout - a Bermuda rigged Oyster 49 ketch launched in 1997 operated by the UK scout sail training charity, Adventures Offshore. It is the elder sister ship to Ocean Scout.
Pogoria - a three-masted Polish barquentine (built in 1980)
Roald Amundsen - a German brig ST G 508
Sagita - a Danish schooner
NRP Sagres - Portuguese training ship
Skibladner II - a Danish gaff ketch
Statsraad Lehmkuhl - a three-masted Norwegian barque
Stavros S Niarchos - British sail training ship.
The Swan - Shetland ship
STS Lord Nelson - Jubilee Sailing Trust - Southampton.
STS Mir - a three-masted Russian training ship.
SV Tenacious - Jubilee Sailing Trust - Southampton.
The Sørlandet Norway, the oldest operative full-rigged ship in the world
Moosk - a 100 year old Cornish Yawl
Prince William
Seute Deern II (ex Noona Dan) (German Wikipedia) - a two-masted German ketch, former school ship.
HMS Trincomalee - Britain's oldest warship afloat. Will remain in Hartlepool
Stad Amsterdam - Dutch clipper, built as a charter and cruise ship. She won in 2001.
TS Royalist - TS Royalist is a brig owned and operated as a sail training ship by the Sea Cadet Corps of the United Kingdom tall ships


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