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Parade of Sail 2021 - What's the route and kick off time you ask?

by Australian Wooden Boat Festival 17 Dec 2020 22:50 PST 7 February 2021
Wooden vessels of all shapes and sizes join the AWBF for the Parade of Sail © Ballantyne Photography

We are delighted to announce the official route and start time, for Parade of Sail 2021.

As always the Parade of Sail is an exciting event for not only boat owners, but for spectators on shore too. If you're not having a picnic on the lawns around the Derwent, you should be on a wooden sailing ship in the thick of it.

The local Tall Ships (Windeward Bound, SV Rhona H, Yukon and Lady Nelson) are now offering tickets for the Parade of Sail, please enquire within. See the official route and start time here.

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