Entries by Knud Helge Robberstad

Supplying pilots for the tall ships

The Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA) to supply pilots for the tall ships.  NCA will supply pilots and traffic services to the visiting ships during The Tall Ships Races 2018 Stavanger. Several of the largest vessels will need pilots on board as they sail into Stavanger. The NCA will arrange this to ensure that the ships […]

Sail with us this summer

Registration is now open for anyone between the ages of 15 and 25 who would like to sail in The Tall Ships Races in the Baltic Sea this summer.  The race stage goes from Turku, in Finland, to Klaipeda, in Lithuania.  This year, places are limited – read more here or go direct to the […]

Olavstoppen to deliver Tall Ships websites

IT consultancy Olavstoppen has signed an agreement with the Tall Ships Project to deliver the official website for The Tall Ships Races 2018 Stavanger.  The agreement includes the development of The Tall Ships project’s website, as well as premises for use as a media centre during the event in July 2018. “We are very pleased […]

MarLog to support visiting tall ships

Shipping Agent MarLog has entered into an agreement to deliver the ‘Technical Help Desk’ services for The Tall Ships Races Stavanger 2018. The technical help desk services will provide all the practical help the ships will need during their time in the port of Stavanger.  MarLog will act as the contact between the ships and […]

NetPrint sponser Tall Ships

NetPrint AS er blitt sponsor av The Tall Ships Races 2018 Stavanger. Avtalen omfatter leveranser av trykksaker og relaterte tjenester gjennom prosjektperioden ut 2018. – NetPrint har inngått sponsoravtale med The Tall Ships Races 2018 i Stavanger. Dette er tredje gangen vi er med, sier en tydelig fornøyd Frode R. Søby,  salgs- og markedssjef i […]

18 months until the Tall Ships arrive

On Thursday 26 January, it will be eighteen months until the Tall Ships Races 2018 takes place in Stavanger. The first ships have signed up, however registration for the regatta officially opens in April. “Stavanger has a good reputation as a host port. The first two ships were eager to inform us that they will […]

Recognition for International Work

Former Tall Ships Races project manager Jostein Haukali has been awarded the Janka Bielak Medal in recognition of his efforts to international friendship through sail training. Haukali was project manager for The Cutty Sark Tall Ships Races in Stavanger in 1997. The Bielak medal was awarded by the sail training organisation, Sail Training International (STI), […]

Project Advisor in place from January 2017

Lena Antonius will be taking up the position as Project Advisor for The Tall Ships Races 2018 Stavanger. Lena has worked as the Project Manager for the Gladmat food festival for the last four years and will start with the Tall Ships project from January 2017. – I look forward to working with Lena for The […]

The region’s largest family and cultural event

Did you know that The Tall Ships Races is primarily an event for youth? The aim of the races is to develop end educate young people aged 15-25 years through the sail training experience, regardless of nationality, culture, religion, gender or social background, as the organising charity Sail Training International (STI) states. To participate in the race stages, at […]