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CountryNSTO NameNSTO WebsiteNSTO Office EmailNSTO Office Postal AddressNSTO Office PhoneContact NameContact EmailContact PositionBrief description of NSTOAdditional information
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New ZealandSpirit of Adventure Trustwww.spiritofadventure.org.nzinfo@spiritofadventure.org.nzPO Box 2276, Shortland Street, Auckland 1140+64 3 373 2060Dean Lawrencedean.lawrence@spiritofadventure.org.nzChief ExecutiveThe Spirit of Adventure Trust operates the 3-masted barquentine Spirit of New Zealand and runs Youth Development voyages throughout the year. She carries 40 trainees and 13 crew primarily on 10-day voyages for 15-19 year olds around coastal New Zealand.
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IrelandSail Training Irelandwww.irishsailtraining.com/info@irishsailtraining.comSail Training Ireland, Port Centre, Alexandra Road, Dublin 100353 (0) 86 034 6038Michael Byrnemichael.byrne@irishsailtraining.comManager
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FinlandSail Training Association Finlandhttp://www.staf.fi/ENstafinfo@staf.fiPasilankatu 2, 00240 Helsinki00358 (0)9 6852616Stefan Abrahamssonstefan.abrahamsson@staf.fiExecutive Manager, STI-delegate Sail Training Association Finland is a no profitable charity, founded in 1973 to organize sail training voyages, especially for the young. The activity is based on volunteer work. The flagship Schooner Helena has places for 22 trainees, two mentors and 4 crew members. Other vessel is s/y Vahine, a 65-foot-long Swan. STAF has youth voyages for 14- to 19-year-olds, junior voyages for 12- to13-year- olds and the Caribbean and adventure voyages for adults. Voyages for special groups are a more recent novelty. For example, unemployed young people and people on substance rehabs have been trainees during the last few years.
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BelgiumSail Training Association Belgiumwww.we-sail.cominfo@we-sail.comThonetlaan 133, 2050 Antwerpen-Sharon Desaeversd@we-sail.comYouth RepresentativeSail Training Association Belgium is a non profit organization working solely with volunteers and is one of the founder members of Sail Training International. STA-B is operating a small two-master (owned by the city of Antwerp, a maritime heritage ship) called s/y Williwaw. This ship is currently going through restauration, and will be sailing again by 2015. The main focus though is recrueting Belgian youngsters for the Tall Ships Races.
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SwedenSail Training Association Swedenstas.nuSTAS
c/o Westerberg
Ringvägen 21 B 
182 46 Enebyberg
Erica Altbyericaaltby@hotmail.comSecretary
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DenmarkDanish Sail Training Associationdsta.dk
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United States of America Tall Ships Americawww.sailtraining.org/asta@tallshipsamerica.orgPO Box 1459, 29 Touro Street, Newport RI 02840 USA1 (401) 846 1775Bert Rogersbert@tallshipsamerica.orgExecutive DirectorThe mission of Tall Ships America is to
encourage character building through sail training,
promote sail training to the North American public,
and support education under sail.
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EstoniaEesti Noorte Purjeõppeselt STA Estonia (Sail Training Assosciation Estonia)www.staestonia.euinfo@staestonia.eu 11313
Veerenni 56
Tallinn
Estonia

372 53 420 206Madis Rallmannmadis@staestonia.euBoard member
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Norwaywww.nsta.noinfo@nsta.noAkershusstranda 9 0150 Oslo
Norway
47 90893186Birger HaraldseidBirger@haraldseid.com Chairman Our mission is to work a cooperation forum for Norwegain Sail training Vessels and Host Ports, and enabale as many young trainees as possible by handing out bursaries.
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The NetherlandsSail Training Association Netherlandswww.stanetherlands.nlinfo@stanetherlands.nl0031 (0)6 4768 3308 Janine Scheelejanine@seasailtraining.comSecretaryThe goal of STAN is to give youngsters between 15-25 the opportunity to experience sailing on board different sail training vessels and work together with the dutch vessels.
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BermudaTall Ships Bermudawww.tallshipsbermuda.cominfo@tallships.bmP.O. Box HM 703, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda441.535.9379Caroline Wills | John Wadsoncarol.wills@tallships.bm | john.wadson@tallships.bmAdministrator | Board ChairmanOur Mission Statement: Tall Ships Bermuda works to provide opportunities for young people from Bermuda to become trainees on sail training vessels participating in races and festivals in Europe and North America. We believe that sail training is beneficial for the well-rounded development of youth of Bermuda.
Our Goals: a) To provide opportunities for young people who are resident in Bermuda to participate in an international sail training experience; b) To provide financial support for sail training on an as-needed basis; c) To give young people in Bermuda an opportunity to learn more about the Island's cultural and historical roots via the world of ships and sailing.
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