Category:Tall ships of Germany
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- English: Sailing ships not used for sail training can be found in Category:Sailing ships of Germany
- The term tall ship has come into widespread use in the mid-20th century with the advent of The Tall Ships' Races, and was not generally used in the era when such ships were the norm. The Sail Training International (STI) has extended the definition of tall ship for the purpose of its races, to embrace any sailing vessel with more than 9.14 m (30 ft.) waterline length and on which at least half the people on board are aged 15 to 25, this definition can include many modern sailing yachts, so for the purposes of this category, tall ship will refer to those vessels rated as class "A" only.
See Tall ship in the English Wikipedia
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This category has the following 39 subcategories, out of 39 total.
- ► Carola (ship, 1928) (1 F)
- ► Eleanor Margaret (ship, 1860) (1 F)
- ► Fridtjof Nansen (ship, 1919) (7 F)
- ► Kommodore Johnsen (ship, 1921) (2 F)
- ► Thor Heyerdahl (ship, 1930) (1 C, 23 F)
- ► Victor Jara (ship, 1917) (1 C)
Media in category "Tall ships of Germany"
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