Fri 16th to Mon 19th July 2021
3 nights £420
Two sailing weekends to get out on the water in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Made by both professional and amateur film makers, here are links to an eclectic mix of sailing videos about sailing on the schooner Trinovante plus a few extras such as a film we made of a nice little Norwegian square rigged boat sailing into Trondheim Fjord and a time lapse of Simon, the ship’s signwriter .
Special thanks to all our crew for making so many films and videos and sending us the links.
Land Ho! After a very wet and windy North Sea crossing Trinovante sights the coast of Norway. Thanks to Mark for this one.We put the film together using his go pro footage..
An Offshore Sailing Across The North Sea on the schooner Trinovante. Thanks to Jacek for this link.
Sailing On Trinovante by professional film maker and Trinovante crew Amanda Walsh features interviews with crew, the skipper John and mate Su.
The Trinovante’s in full tribal regalia in the Tall Ships Race Crew Parade Thanks to Robin for this film.
Sailing Above The Arctic Circle In Norway A Month In Middle Earth Thanks to Ryan for this link.
Mackerel Sky made by professional film maker Paul Farmer
Drone footage of Trinovante Sailing Along The Essex Coast Thanks to Kevin for this link.
Tall ships Race Klaipeda To Szczecin Our thanks to race crew and professional video maker Robin for this one.
Baltic Sea Tall Ships Race Thanks once again to Ryan for sending us the link to his film
Bigger Than Yourself Two youth members of the crew of the schooner Trinovante tell their own story of the Tall Ships Race 2008 between Bergen in Norway and Den Helder in the Netherlands. To their amazement they find themselves winning their class until wind and ocean take a hand. It’s a tale of gales, calms and a close brush with Aberdeen, with reflections of international friendships made and dreams of all-day breakfasts….
A 15 min film made by professional producer and film maker Paul Farmer
After a very wet and windy North Sea crossing Trinovante sights the coast of Norway. Thanks to crew member Mark for letting us use his go pro footage.
Crew member Jacek made this video after crewing on a voyage to Norway from Ipswich.
Thanks for the link Jacek.
Thunder and Lightning
By Robin Harvey
Klaipeda, Lithuania to Szczecin, Poland via the Baltic Sea on the class B British schooner Trinovante.
By Amanda Walsh
It’s the end of the season on the three masted schooner Trinovante. Professional film maker Amanda Walsh captures some last minute interviews with some of the crew, the skipper and mate.
For more on offshore sailing check out our Offshore Sailing page.
A Tall Ships Race Film
By Paul Farmer
Two youth members of the crew of the schooner Trinovante tell their own story of the Tall Ships Race 2008 between Bergen in Norway and Den Helder in the Netherlands. To their amazement they find themselves winning their class until wind and ocean take a hand. It’s a tale of gales, calms and a close brush with Aberdeen, with reflections of international friendships made and dreams of all-day breakfasts….
Thanks to Kevin Jay for sending us the link to this video.
Crew Member Ryan made this video on his go-pro during a month sailing in the Far North of Norway.
By Ryan Collins
Off season there are always a hundred and one jobs to do to keep Trinovante ship shape. Having a a visit from Simon is always a pleasure.
Trinovante steaming along with a brisk wind aft of the beam. What a fantastic day that was.
Plus a few nice stills of Norway at the end.
This little boat is having a wonderful sail back to it’s home port of Trondheim.
Some of the crew get a little exercise before breakfast.
Thanks to the crew for putting the topsail up and down so many times to make this video.
The Trinovantes were a Pre-Roman tribe from Essex in the UK. They fought with the Icieni tribe and the famous British queen Boudicca when the tribes rose up against the Romans in AD 60. Our costumes for the Tall Ships Crew Parades are lighthearted take on a tribal theme. In this video you will also hear the crew re-enacting the ancient tribal chant ‘sponge bob square pants’.
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