Join us!
Welcome to our two-leg Baltic Regatta! Three ports, three countries, and one sea. The race starts in Rostock on 14th August and ends in Tallinn on 25th August, and Szczecin is the middle port on the route.
In 2021, for the first time the Baltic Regatta was held on the route between Tallinn, Klaipeda, and Szczecin. Despite the pandemic, we managed to organise this extraordinary event that attracted over 30 ships. However, we are not going to stop there. This year, we’d love to see you participating in our regatta on the Rostock – Szczecin – Tallinn route.

We sincerely invite all sailing ships to accept our invitation and participate in the two-stage (2 leg) regatta, and provide an opportunity for young people, who have been selected to participate in the Trainees program, to sail your ships and experience an extraordinary adventure of a lifetime.

Three cities from three different countries: Rostock, Tallinn and Szczecin, have not given up and are still in the game. We decided to organize the regatta anyway with the following two legs: Rostock – Szczecin and  Szczecin – Tallinn.

Therefore, we want to invite you to visit our ports. Be sure that our hospitable quays, local communities and visitors are waiting for you. Without you, your tall ships and yachts and your crews, we will not succeed with the events we have planned. We all miss sailing ships and yachts at our quays, the abundance of masts, fluttering flags, and shanty music.

The port cities are ready to take the sailing ships and exempt them from all entry fees, and provide mooring berths, electricity, drinking water free of charge, and offer a program to the crews.

We are waiting for you with our hearts open!

 

Rostock – 11-14.08

Rostock – hanseatic flair and sailing traditions
Rostock is an attractive Hanseatic city and famous for historical treasures in the city centre. Modern style architecture is carefully combined with Gothic brick stone churches, convents, Hanseatic granaries and merchant houses. The oldest university in the Baltic is a permanent source for innovative thinking, economic progress and cultural life. At the seaside resort Rostock-Warnemünde locals and tourists enjoy the sandy beach, maritime flair from the lighthouse to sailing boats, fishing cutters and amazing cruise liners in summer.
Every year during the second weekend of August the Hanse Sail Rostock warmly welcomes sailors and visitors from all over the world. Barques, brigs, schooners, cogs and windjammers are the main actors of an unique maritime spectacle – Hanse Sail Rostock. Nobody can evade the special romantic charisma of this fantastic rendezvous of traditional ships.

www.hansesail.com
Holger.Bellgardt@Rostock.de

Szczecin – 19.08-21.08

Szczecin attracts tourists with its sailing atmosphere, proximity to the sea and multicultural past. Thanks to its geographic location, Szczecin, the capital of West Pomerania, is easily accessible by sea, air, and roads. The city is located on the junction of all modes of transport. The main reasons include nature tourism, water tourism and recently culture tourism, in particular cultural events organized by the Szczecin Philharmonic House, Dialogue Centre Upheavals, Opera at the Castle and the Museum of Technology.

www.zagle2021.szczecin.eu
fleet@centrumzeglarskie.pl

Tallinn – 26-28.08

Tallinn not only offers extensive harbour infrastructure, but also convenient and quick connections to an international airport, bus station, passenger port and railway station. Interesting spots include one of the best maritime museums in Europe, which is surrounded by many restaurants and shopping centres.

The Tallinn Maritime Days are a diverse and exciting summer festival, which has brought together many people from Estonia and abroad for many years. All harbours have children’s areas, shopping streets, fish areas and concerts. Guest ships will arrive in the capital for expositions and bay trips, and a sea taxi can be taken to move between the harbours. The Tallinn Maritime Days – the largest sea and family festival in Estonia. During the festival, people can also visit The Old Town of Tallinn, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is the best-preserved medieval city in Northern Europe. In addition to the wonderful Old Town, Tallinn enchants guests with its diverse and vibrant neighbourhoods, clean and varied urban nature, diverse cultural life, and food experiences inspired by local traditions and Nordic flavours.

www.tallinnmerepaevad.ee
lauri.kurvits@tallinnlv.ee

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