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Pull up your anchors and participate in a tall ship race over the Atlantic. In the Tall Ships Browser Game your task is to choose the best route by where to sail, avoiding all the hazards, e.g. rocks, ice bergs, thunder storms, giant wales, land masses etc. You will also need to and get to the designated ports as quick as you can. It's an amazing online Tall Ship race that your ship may not survive!
Do you like to watch those tall ships sailing on the ocean, and do you also to play a browser game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play the free Tall Ships browser game online right now.
Use arrow keys to Navigate The Tall Ship. Use Space Bar to Restart The Race.
A tall ship is a large, traditionally rigged sailing vessel. Popular modern tall ship rigs include topsail schooners, brigantines, brigs and barques. A Tall Ship can also be defined more specifically by an organization, such as for a race or festival. By the 21st century, the phrase Tall ship is often used generically for large, classic, sailing vessels, but is also a technically defined term by Sail Training International for its purposes and of course.
The Tall Ships Race is a race for sail training "tall ships" (sailing ships). The race is designed to encourage international friendship and training for young people in the art of sailing. The Tall Ships Race are held annually in European waters and consists of two racing legs of several hundred nautical miles, and a "cruise in company" between the legs. Over one half (fifty-percent) of the crew of each ship participating in the sail ship race must consist of young people. Between 1973 and 2003 the sail ship race were known as The Cutty Sark Tall Ships Race, having been sponsored by Cutty Sark whisky. From 2004 to 2010 the sail ship race were supported by The City, Province, and Port of Antwerp. The current sponsor of the Tall Ships Race 2010-2014 is the city of Szczecin. Participating vessels are manned by a largely cadet or trainee crew who are partaking in sail training, 50 percent of which must be aged between 15-25 years of age and who do not need any previous experience. Thus, tall ship does not describe a specific type of sailing vessel, but rather a monohull sailing vessel of at least 9.4 metres (30 ft) that is conducting sail training and education under sail voyages. Participating tall ships range from yachts to the large square-rigged sail training ships run by charities, schools and navies of many countries.