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Tall Ships

GUAYAS is a three-masted barque of the Ecuadorian Navy with a steel hull and displays 15,200 sq.ft. of sail.


GLORIA, a three-masted barque, is a training ship and the official flagship of the Colombian Navy.


ARM CUAUHTEMOC is the sail training vessel of the Mexican Navy. She is a sailing ambassador for Mexico and a frequent visitor to world ports.


CISNE BRANCO is a full-rigged ship of the Brazilian Navy based at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to support worldwide diplomatic efforts. Her name means "White Swan."


JUAN SEBASTIAN de ELCANO, the training ship of the Spanish navy, is a four-masted topsail, steel-hulled barquentine. She is the third-largest tall ship in the world.


DANMARK is a full-rigged ship owned by the Danish Maritime Authority. She spent the years of World War II helping to train cadets at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy.


THE GORCH FOCK is a tall ship of the German Navy, built in 1958 as a replacement for the original Gorch Fock built in 1933 which was taken as war reparations by the Soviet Union after World War II, renamed Tovarishch, and returned to Germany in 2003.


STATSRAAD LEHMKUHL is a three-masted barque rigged sail training vessel owned and operated by the Statraad Lehmkuhl Foundation. It serves as a school ship for the Royal Norwegian Navy.


SAGRES is a school-ship of the Portuguese Navy used to compliment the training of future naval officers. She is a steel-built three masted  barque, with square sails on the fore and main masts and gaff rigging on the mizzen mast.


ARA LIBERTAD, a steel-hulled, full-rigged ship, serves as a school vessel in the Argentine Navy. One of the largest and fastest tall ships in the world, holder of several speed records, she was designed and built in the 1950s by the Río Santiago Shipyard, Ensenada, Argentina.


ESMERALDA is a steel-hulled four-masted barquentine tall ship of the Chilean Navy. Her sister ship is the training ship for the Spanish Navy.


AMERIGO VESPUCCI is a full square-rigged ship of the Italian Navy named after the explorer Amerigo Vespucci. Its home port is La Spezia, Italy.


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