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The Tall Ships Races invite organizations related to the sea, environment, or safety onboard

The Tall Ships Races invite organizations related to the sea, environment, or safety onboard

The City of Tallinn is set to host the 2024 Tall Ships Races, an event that will attract tens of thousands of sea enthusiasts from Estonia and abroad to the city's three harbors: Seaplane Harbor, Noblessner Marina, and Old City Harbor. Organizations involved in maritime, environmental, or nature conservation efforts are encouraged to participate in the largest maritime festival at the Old City Harbor cruise area to share their knowledge with others.

Marje Tõemäe, the Project Manager for Tall Ships Races Tallinn 2024, sees this as an opportunity to offer activities for the whole family, whether at sea, on land, or in the air. "Come and show visitors how to behave at sea to ensure the safety of themselves and others, talk about environmental and nature conservation, build ships or airplanes, organize various competitions, or introduce your cool product. Even setting up a small Viking village to explain their way of life or bringing a mini-zoo is encouraged," Tõemäe invites organizations to think big and take part in this extraordinary event.

Interested parties can express their desire to participate by sending an email to [email protected]. The deadline for registration is until June 10.

Visitors can enjoy great music, a diverse program, and marvel at the majestic historical sailing training ships arriving at the Old City Harbor cruise area, Seaplane Harbor, and Noblessner Marina over four days.

The Tall Ships Races is Europe's largest and most traditional sailing training ship regatta, bringing over 60 sailing ships from around the world to Tallinn's three harbors. With a crew of 1500 members aboard the arriving fleet, this international event offers a unique chance to experience the thrill of sailing and cultural diversity. The event is expected to attract 200,000 visitors from Estonia and beyond.

For more information about the sailing training regatta, visit