Map ships

On the map you can check where the ships will berth. Scroll, zoom in and click on a location. More info about the ship will pop up.

Update: Skonnerten Jylland, Georg Stage and Den Store Bjoern unfortunately cancelled their participation and won’t be berthing in Antwerp.

Ship placement plan

Discover which ships you admire in Antwerp

S3 S2 K11 K1 K13 K3 K8 W3 K14 K10 K4 K2 S1 K12 K6 V1 B4 B3 B1 B6 W2 B5 W12 W6 W9 W8 W1 W16 W7 V3 W3 W11 K9 W10 W13 W15 W5 V2 W14

Alexander von Humboldt II

Alexander Von Humboldt II (read: Alex II) has 24 sails. The total sail area is 1.360 m².
  • Origin
    Germany
  • Class
    A
  • Length
    57 m
  • Hight
    36.85 m
  • Construction year
    2011
  • Berth
    S3 - Scheldt


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Dar Mlodziezy

Dar Mlodziezy is a Polish A-class ship from 1982. The name of the ship means 'gift of youth'.
  • Origin
    Poland
  • Class
    A
  • Length
    94.8 m
  • Hight
    50.22 m
  • Construction year
    1982
  • Berth
    S2 - Scheldt


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Eendracht

Eendracht is a regular participant in The Tall Ships Races. The ship was built in 1989, commissioned by Queen Beatrix.
  • Origin
    The Netherlands
  • Class
    A
  • Length
    60 m
  • Hight
    41.6 m
  • Construction year
    1989
  • Berth
    K11 - Kattendijk Dock


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Europa

Europa has been taking part in The Tall Ships Races since 1994. Apart from that, the ship sails to Antartica from December till March.
  • Origin
    The Netherlands
  • Class
    A
  • Length
    54.6 m
  • Hight
    28.16 m
  • Construction year
    1911
  • Berth
    K1 - Kattendijk Dock


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Fryderyk Chopin

Fryderyk Chopin can set five headsails. There are 6 yards on every mast, which is very rare.
  • Origin
    Poland
  • Class
    A
  • Length
    44.35 m
  • Hight
    36.27 m
  • Construction year
    1992
  • Berth
    K13 - Kattendijk Dock


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Grossherzogin Elisabeth

Grossherzogin Elisabeth has had many owners and many names since 1909. Originally, she was built as a trading schooner, but now she's mostly used for training.
  • Origin
    Germany
  • Class
    A
  • Length
    64.42 m
  • Hight
    28.04 m
  • Construction year
    1909
  • Berth
    K3 - Willem Dock


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Gulden Leeuw

Gulden Leeuw was built for the Danish government. The ship was first named DANA. Later, it was sold and rebuilt to the ‘Gulden Leeuw’.
  • Origin
    The Netherlands
  • Class
    A
  • Length
    54.54 m
  • Hight
    39.33 m
  • Construction year
    1937
  • Berth
    K8 - Kattendijk Dock


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Loa

The Danish Loa may not be the tallest of the ships, but it may be one of the oldest. This ship is a resident in The Tall Ships Races.
  • Origin
    Denmark
  • Class
    A
  • Length
    30.5 m
  • Hight
    23.3 m
  • Construction year
    1922
  • Berth
    W3 - Kattendijk Dock


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Morgenster

Morgenster was originally built as a fishing boat. The ship has been repaired and adjusted ever since, but now it conquers the seas as a sailing ship.
  • Origin
    The Netherlands
  • Class
    A
  • Length
    38 m
  • Hight
    25 m
  • Construction year
    1919
  • Berth
    K14 - Kattendijk Dock


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Oosterschelde

Oosterschelde is the largest restored Dutch schooner and is unique in its kind.
  • Origin
    The Netherlands
  • Class
    A
  • Length
    40.12 m
  • Hight
    36 m
  • Construction year
    1917
  • Berth
    K10 - Kattendijk Dock


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ORP Iskra

Sailing Vessel ORP ISKRA is one of a few Polish Navy training ships. The name “ISKRA” means “spark”. Originally to sow a spark in youth hearts to set a fire and let them fall in love with the sea in the future.
  • Origin
    Poland
  • Class
    A
  • Length
    42.71 m
  • Hight
    33.14 m
  • Construction year
    1982
  • Berth
    K4 - Kattendijk Dock


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Roald Amundsen

Roald Amundsen was originally built for the German army. In 1992, it was turned into a brig and in 1993 the ship made its first voyage.
  • Origin
    Germany
  • Class
    A
  • Length
    50.2 m
  • Hight
    26.52 m
  • Construction year
    1952
  • Berth
    K2 - Kattendijk Dock


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Shabab Oman II

Shabab Oman II is property of the Royal Navy of Oman. The 58 permanent crewmembers always light up the quays!
  • Origin
    Oman
  • Class
    A
  • Length
    69.92 m
  • Hight
    57.90 m
  • Construction year
    2013
  • Berth
    S1 - Scheldt


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Tarangini

In 2005, Tarangini was the first Indian ship ever participating in The Tall Ships Races
  • Origin
    India
  • Class
    A
  • Length
    43 m
  • Hight
    33.5 m
  • Construction year
    1995
  • Berth
    K12 - Kattendijk Dock


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Thalassa

Thalassa was originally built in 1980, but sank in 1985. It was then rebuilt to sail again in 1995.
  • Origin
    The Netherlands
  • Class
    A
  • Length
    35 m
  • Hight
    37.2 m
  • Construction year
    1980
  • Berth
    K6 - Kattendijk Dock


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Wylde Swan

Wylde Swan is the largest two-mast topsail schooner in the world. The ship is known for her speed and is built to win races.
  • Origin
    The Netherlands
  • Class
    A
  • Length
    54.02 m
  • Hight
    43.71 m
  • Construction year
    1920
  • Berth
    V1 - Verbindings Dock


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Aglaia

Aglaia's hull is based on the Norwegian rescue vessels. A German salesman worked on completing the ship for 15 years. When he died, the unfinished ship was sold. It was finally put in the water in 1997.
  • Origin
    Austria
  • Class
    B
  • Length
    12 m
  • Hight
    14 m
  • Construction year
    1977
  • Berth
    B4 - Bonaparte Dock


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Christiania

Christiania was named after the Norwegian capital (now Oslo). It has served as a rescue ship for 37 years. In 1997, the ship sank, but was raised and restored shortly after.
  • Origin
    Norway
  • Class
    B
  • Length
    13.95 m
  • Hight
    12.10 m
  • Construction year
    1895
  • Berth
    B3 - Bonaparte Dock


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Jens Krogh

The Danish Jens Krogh has been participating in The Tall Ships Races since 1976. It has a lot of experience to coach the 12 trainees onboard.
  • Origin
    Denmark
  • Class
    B
  • Length
    18.57 m
  • Hight
    21.34 m
  • Construction year
    1899
  • Berth
    B1 - Bonaparte Dock


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Jolie Brise

Jolie Brise is famous for its many victories in sailing competitions, including The Tall Ships Races.
  • Origin
    UK
  • Class
    B
  • Length
    18 m
  • Hight
    20.28 m
  • Construction year
    1913
  • Berth
    B6 - Bonaparte Dock


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Rupel

Rupel was built by unemployed youngsters. This project provided them with skills that would help them find jobs.
  • Origin
    Belgium
  • Class
    B
  • Length
    17.55 m
  • Hight
    18.22 m
  • Construction year
    1996
  • Berth
    W2 - Willem Dock


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Swan

Swan was built as a Fifie herring drifter (Scottish fishing boat) and has been used as a fishing vessel for a long time. It was restored as a sail training vessel in 1991.
  • Origin
    UK
  • Class
    B
  • Length
    20.40 m
  • Hight
    21.34 m
  • Construction year
    1900
  • Berth
    B5 - Bonaparte Dock


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Belfer

Belfer often takes part in The Tall Ships Races. Visit it this summer in Antwerp!
  • Origin
    Poland
  • Class
    C
  • Length
    12.99 m
  • Hight
    16.57 m
  • Construction year
    1998
  • Berth
    W12 - Willem Dock


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Esprit

Esprit mostly serves as a sail training ship and has participated in all Tall Ships Races.
  • Origin
    Germany
  • Class
    C
  • Length
    19.92 m
  • Hight
    17.98 m
  • Construction year
    1995
  • Berth
    W6 - Willem Dock


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Farurej

Farurej is a regular participant in The Tall Ships Races. The ship is made out of Mahogany wood and is named after a Polish knight.
  • Origin
    Poland
  • Class
    C
  • Length
    13.64 m
  • Hight
    14.94 m
  • Construction year
    1980
  • Berth
    W9 - Willem Dock


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Hosanna

Hosanna was donated in 2010 to the French 'Ecole Navale'. Since then, the ship has been sailing for the benefit of the students as well as young sailors with different backgrounds.
  • Origin
    France
  • Class
    C
  • Length
    14.43 m
  • Hight
    18.76 m
  • Construction year
    1989
  • Berth
    W8 - Willem Dock


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Saeftinghe

Saeftinghe was built by a Dutch architect. Nowadays, you can find the ship in the port of Ostend.
  • Origin
    Belgium
  • Class
    C
  • Length
    20 m
  • Hight
    22.6 m
  • Construction year
    1993
  • Berth
    W1 - Willem Dock


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Spaniel

Spaniel is engaged in sail training for Latvian youngsters since 1997 and takes part in many Tall Ships Races.
  • Origin
    Latvia
  • Class
    C
  • Length
    17.06 m
  • Hight
    23.43 m
  • Construction year
    1979
  • Berth
    W16 - Willem Dock


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Wielkopolska

The 2 permanent crewmembers of Wielkopolska will accompany 7 trainees during The Tall Ships Races 2022.
  • Origin
    Poland
  • Class
    C
  • Length
    16.7 m
  • Hight
    m
  • Construction year
    1962
  • Berth
    W7 - Willem Dock

Zenobe Gramme

Zenobe Gramme was originally built as a research vessel. It is named after the inventor of the dynamo. The ship is now owned by the Belgian Navy.
  • Origin
    Belgium
  • Class
    C
  • Length
    29.80 m
  • Hight
    27.43 m
  • Construction year
    1961
  • Berth
    V3 - Verbindings Dock


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Asta

Sailing ship Asta will take 3 permanent crew members and 8 trainees onboard during The Tall Ships Races.
  • Origin
    Germany
  • Class
    D
  • Length
    16.31 m
  • Hight
    20.42 m
  • Construction year
    1971
  • Berth
    W3 - Willem Dock

La Licorne

La Licorne is a replica of the ‘Grand Vaisseau de Versailles’, which Colbert ordered in 1669 from the arsenal of Le Havre. The ship does not participate in The Tall Ships Races, but it is definitely worth a visit during the event!
  • Origin
    Belgium
  • Class
    D
  • Length
    15 m
  • Hight
    m
  • Construction year
    2019
  • Berth
    W11 - Willem Dock

Nele

The 'Nele' was built after the design of the historical Oostende two-mast smack and in accordance with the best sailing traditions. However, the ship is brand-new. The ship does not participate in The Tall Ships Races, but will serve as a press ship during the event.
  • Origin
    Belgium
  • Class
    D
  • Length
    18.3 m
  • Hight
    m
  • Construction year
    2005
  • Berth
    K9 - Kattendijk Dock

Op Stok 3

The Belgian tall ship Op Stok 3 can take 4 trainees onboard during The Tall Ships Races.
  • Origin
    Belgium
  • Class
    D
  • Length
    14.78 m
  • Hight
    20.15 m
  • Construction year
    2002
  • Berth
    W10 - Willem Dock


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Patricia

Patricia is one of the youngest Tall Ships in the Races. The ship often takes part in different sailing races.
  • Origin
    Belgium
  • Class
    D
  • Length
    16.76 m
  • Hight
    25.77 m
  • Construction year
    2014
  • Berth
    W13 - Not yet known


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Tara

The Danish sailing ship Tara has a place for 8 trainees and 4 permanent crew members.
  • Origin
    Denmark
  • Class
    D
  • Length
    18.5 m
  • Hight
    21.7 m
  • Construction year
    1958
  • Berth
    W15 - Willem Dock


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Tornado

Tornado is a fast yacht that races competitively. Since 1978, it has participated many times in The Tall Ships Races.
  • Origin
    Poland
  • Class
    D
  • Length
    17.4 m
  • Hight
    21.55 m
  • Construction year
    1972
  • Berth
    W5 - Willem Dock


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Urania

Zr.Ms. Urania is a ship from The Royal Netherlands Navy. The ship is mostly used for education of marine officers.
  • Origin
    The Netherlands
  • Class
    D
  • Length
    26.85 m
  • Hight
    m
  • Construction year
  • Berth
    V2 - Verbindings Dock


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ZRYW

ZRYW is mainly used to give sail training to youngsters.
  • Origin
    Poland
  • Class
    D
  • Length
    10.57 m
  • Hight
    m
  • Construction year
  • Berth
    W14 - Willem Dock


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