Event Information

Event Information for The Tall Ships Races 2011. This page will be updated as more information becomes available.

Schedule Of Events

The Tall Ships Races 2011 - Lerwick outline event programme ... Read More

Visiting Ships

Vessels calling into Lerwick during The Tall Ships Races 2011 ... Read More

Port Information

Lerwick is a well-established town that owes its success to the shelter provided by the island of Bressay, which creates the natural harbour. The port is home to many commercial vessels such as the fishing fleet and ferries, is a port of call for cruise ships and also provides support for offshore oil and gas. ... Read More

About Shetland

Shetland is an attractive destination for many sailing enthusiasts, who come to explore the coastline of these, the most northerly islands in Great Britain. With over 100 islands in our archipelago, we have 1,697 miles (2,702km) of coast featuring impressive sea-cliffs, caves, natural arches and sandy beaches. ... Read More

Meet the Team

The Organising Committee of Shetland Tall Ships 2011 Ltd ... Read More

Other 2011 Ports

In 2011, The Tall Ships will race between Waterford, Greenock, Lerwick, Stavanger and Halmstad. Lerwick is the welcoming port after the 'cruise in company' leg and the starting port for the Second race to Stavanger. ... Read More

About The Tall Ships Races

Sail Training International is a registered charity (not-for-profit organisation) with worldwide membership and activities. Their purpose is the development and education of young people of all nationalities, cultures, religions and social backgrounds through the sail training experience. ... Read More

Visit Shetland

A crossroads in the north-east Atlantic, Shetland is easily accessible from mainland Scotland by sea or air. ... Read More

Lerwick 1999

Shetland hosted the Cutty Sark Tall Ships Races in August 1999, when the port of Lerwick was part of the race route. ... Read More

Parade of Sail

Parade of Sail Route Map ... Read More