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Basic information

SAIL Amsterdam is a quinquennial maritime event in Amsterdam in the Netherlands. Tall ships from all over the world visit the city to moor in its eastern harbour. The 2020 event was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. SAIL Amsterdam 2005 was held from 17 to 22 August, the 7th edition of the festival. The event was expected to attract 2 to 3 million visitors. The official number of tall ships which participated was 21 but in total over 50 ships with at least 3 masts were present. There were also several ship replicas, hundreds of classical sail- and steamships and some modern marine ships. For the first time several modern yachts and a submarine were present. The tall ships were moored in the IJhaven (IJ harbour) and in Amsterdam North (across 't IJ) and the Varend Erfgoed boats were moored in the Oosterdok [nl] nearby, where one can also find the Nederlands Scheepvaartmuseum (a maritime museum) with its replica of a Dutch East India Company (VOC) ship, which is permanently moored there.

Source: Wikipedia (EN)


Location: Amsterdam

Sail Amsterdam 2015 4K

SAIL Amsterdam 2015 Birds Eye View in 4K By Drone

SAIL Amsterdam 2020 | Participating Tall Ships

Sail Amsterdam in 4K (Ultra HD) (2015)

Sail 2015 Amsterdam timelapse

Sail Amsterdam 2015 De Parade bij IJmuiden (Dutch)

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