North Sea Tall Ships Regatta, 2016


The Tall Ships Regatta were at Blyth 26-29 August 2016, before sailing on to Gothenburg, Sweeden.

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North Sea Tall Ships Regatta - Blyth 2016
- 26-29 August 2016

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Tall Ships Coming to Blyth!
- "Preparations continue for the North Sea Tall Ships Regatta 2016 which is heading to Blyth from 26-29 August 2016. This high profile, prestigious event is being hosted by Port of ...

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Dar Młodzieży

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Age of Furled Sail

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Tall Ships Blyth

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Tall Ships in Blyth Harbour

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Dar Mlodziezy departing Blyth

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Skonnerten Jylland departing Blyth

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Tall Ships at Blyth

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Crowds on South Beach, Blyth, watching the Tall Ships depart

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The Haabet, a Baltic Trader built in 1914 in Demark

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Crowds at the Bandstand in Beach Gardens, Blyth

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Temporary stage on Blyth Links

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Blyth Harbour
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Blyth Harbour
- or more correctly The Port of Blyth.
Blyth
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Blyth
- Overview History Map Blyth is a costal town and port in Northumberland situated by the River Blyth approximately 13 miles north east of Newcastle. The port of Blyth dates back ...
Tall Ships Race
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Tall Ships Race
- The Tall Ships events are organised by Sail Training International (STI), an international association of national sail training organisations. The races are held to encourage international friendship and training for ...

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