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We have been awarded the ‘Kranmärkt’ label!

The Tall Ships Races in Mariehamn will take a stand for the environment by saying no to bottled water. Instead we will serve and drink fresh, good for you, locally-sourced tap water from Åland. No more plastic bottles means no more waste, no need for transportation, and no pollution! Learn more about Kranmärkt

Kickoff at Åland Maritime Museum

On Monday 9th of March 2020 it is 500 days left until the harbor is filled with tall sails again, we are now looking for YOU who are interested in participating! -Do you want to sail as a trainee, this summer or the next? -Do you want volunteer and create an unforgettable experience when the…
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Proud Host Port

Today, the international organisation behind the Tall Ships Race announced that Mariehamn will be one of the host ports in the races in 2021. – Finally! The decision from Sail Training International has been delayed a bit, but they confirmed to us early on that our application was complete and answered everything they needed to…
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Application for the Tall Ships Races

Mariehamn is competing to be “Host Port” when Tall Ships Races is organised in the Baltic Sea region in 2021. – We decided to create an application that feels personal and welcoming, because that’s how we intend for the event to be, says Mari Rosenqvist, project manager during the application process. The application contains greetings…
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Letter of intent

During the Sail Training International’s annual conference last weekend, the letter of intent was delivered by hand to the organisation’s chairman Douglas Prothero. The Town of Mariehamn will compete to be the “Host Port” when the Tall Ship Race returns to the Baltic Sea region in 2021. The letter of intent has been signed by…
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