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Video clips are available on web about sailing trainings of the transnational LEADER project Sailing training and Maritime heritage". Videos picture trainings onboard S/S Runbjarn on 2010 and S/S Kajsamoor on 2011 summer.

See videos here



Reet Kokovkin (Hiiumaa LAG) gave a presentation on the transnational LEADER cooperation project Traditional sailing and maritine heritage at the Seminar: EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region -  "COMMON RURAL DEVELOPMENT MEASURES FOR THE BALTIC SEA REGION", Helsinki 28.-28.9.2011.

All the presentations are available at the web page of the The Rural Network of Finland


The first video clipp out of three, presnting the TRANSNATIONAL LEADER COOPERATION project «Sailing Training and Maritime Heritage» is ready for wide audience to see. The film was taken during the voyage to the Tall Ship Regatta in Turku from Tallinn and back on august 2011. The purpose of planned three videos is to promote the project and to rise the interest among youth towards the tradiotional sailing.

See the video here


Poul Forum Sørensen from Bornholm reports: In Bornholm we are working all weekdays building our replica of "Ota", the first decked fishing boat in Bornholm from 1866. Other old bornholmian wooden boats are being restored these days. The doors are open all days, and a visitors are coming nearly every day.TV and newspapers are following our work. Our website will be changed these days, but normally a web-cam following the work can be watched in the daytime.  


26 people from Hiiumaa and 14 from Saaremaa LEADER Action Groups (LAG) took a study trip to Rügen (Germany) on the 6-11th of September. The aim of the visit was to exchange experience, to get knowledge on local LEADER projects in Rügen and to meet people. Of special interest were projects on local food and local product, energy and management of harbours.

 “During 3 days of stay in Rügen we saw interesting developments,” said the Mayor of Kärdla Georg Linkov, a member of the delegation. “As Kärdla starts to build the harbour just now, it was very interesting to learn how harbours are managed in Rügen and how a harbour can help to increase the number of jobs in the town.”

On the photo: delegation in Lauterbach harbour


10 people interested in maritime heritage from the island of Hiiumaa took part in the Tall Ship Regatta in Turku from the 24th to 30th of August 2011.  This study visit was a part of a transnatioal LEADER project „Sailing Training and Maritime Heritage”. The sailing to Turku together with workshops and practical  training were held on board the schooner „Kajsamoor”.


Hiiumaa partner in LEADER transnational project Traditional Sailing and Maritime Heritage, the LAG Nord West Zealand, has published a series of photos on historical ships harbouring in Odden Harbour, Denmark.


From 5th to 8th of August 2011, on her first voyage, two-masted schooner Ihana from Laitakari (Finland) visited the Harbour of Suuresadama in Hiiumaa (Estonia). The ship building was completed this spring with the support of the EU LEADER projects.  The Historic Ship Association Ihana is a partner in the LEADER transnational project Traditional Sailing and Maritime Heritage where the Lead Partner is the Karhuseutu LAG from Finland and partners are Hiiumaa from Estonia, Nord West Zealand and Bornholm from Denmark.  Last year all partners were present at the launch of the S/S Ihana in Laitakari.  

UBC (Union of Baltic Cities) has bublished a new edition of its buletin 1/2011 Baltic Cities. In the bulletin there is an article by Reet Kokovkin, the Chair of the Environment and Building Commity of Kärdla Council about the revival of the Kärdla Harbour with the support of EU funds.