The dates for this event have been changed.
The new dates are stated below, but please note that some other details, such as confirmed vessels may now be incorrect.
|Key Details for The Tall Ships Races Lisbon 2020 (Rescheduled to 2021)|
|Starts:||Thursday, September 2, 2021|
|Ends:||Sunday, September 5, 2021|
|Part of:||The Tall Ships Races 2020 (Rescheduled to 2021)|
If you're looking for something to do in Lisbon in September 2021, we'd highly recommend The Tall Ships Races Lisbon 2020 (Rescheduled to 2021). According to Tall Ships Network, this event will take place in Lisbon, Portugal, from Thursday, September 2nd to Sunday, September 5th 2021 as a part of The Tall Ships Races 2020 (Rescheduled to 2021).
Whilst we're unable to confirm details at this stage, it's expected that at least one tall ship will take part in The Tall Ships Races Lisbon 2020 (Rescheduled to 2021).
An international fleet of tall ships takes over the city of Lisbon in Portugal for The Tall Ships Races Lisboa 2020. This event will offer a fantastic opportunity for visitors to step aboard many beautiful tall ships from across the world while thousands of crew members meet and compete with their counterparts, bringing international friendship and culture to the forefront of what is sure to be an event like no other.
Lisbon was the very first port of call for The Tall Ships Races in 1956 and has hosted many more editions since, the most recent of which was in 2016, an edition which our team of Tall Ships Network know-it-alls attended and afterward reported they would do so again in a heartbeat!
The event location (Lisbon Cruise Terminal*) makes for an unforgettable festival experience here - the last edition saw an international fleet of tall ships of all classes berthed end-to-end as far as the eye can see with almost all of them open to visitors to tour at some point throughout the weekend. Added to that is the proximity of Lisbon's beautiful city centre just a short walk away assuring it's not just the tall ships experience you'll be talking about when you get home.
If you're there for a while be sure not to miss the finale events - we expect there'll be fireworks on the final evening followed by a truly unmissable parade of sail the next day as the entire fleet waves goodbye to the city in a way only the tall ships can.
After Lisbon, The Tall Ships Races 2020 fleet will race South to Cadiz in Spain before the cruise-in-company takes them north to A Coruna, also Spain. From there they’ll race further North, across the Bay of Biscay to the finale in Dunkirk, France, a city which will be welcoming The Tall Ships Races for the very first time.
We haven't yet found an official website listing the event schedule, public opening hours and ticket information, but will publish a link here as soon as it becomes available.