Sunday 7.7.

The Tall Ships Races Helsinki 2024 culminates on Sunday with the Parade of Sails! The participating ships will depart in a spectacular formation towards the next port. The ships will begin the Undocking at 12:00.

Lasten uutisten puisto 11:00-16:00 (Childrens’ area)

The Children’s News Park is a cheerful green oasis in the middle of the event area! You can find it at the intersection of Satamakatu and Kanavakatu, next to Uspenski Cathedral.

Workshop Area

11:00-16:00
Skidit työpajat

Lasten uutisten lava (Stage)

12:00
Taikuri Kari (Childrens’ magician)

13:00
Taikuri Kari (Childrens’ magician)

15:00
Päistikka Duo

Other activities in the Lasten uutisten puisto

Magician Kari

Freestyle footballer Emmi Björn

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Street Stage 11:00-16:00

11:00
Greetings from Tallinn Maris Pihlap and Maria Kallastu (EST)

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Helsinki City Museum 11:00-16:30

As part of The Tall Ships Races Helsinki event, The Eco-Crisis, Our Future and Mental Healthproject will organize an Ilmastokahvila (Climate Cafe) and a Huolituoli-reception, where you can discuss climate issues and share your thoughts with trained guides on the event days.

12:00-16:00
Climate Café

13:00-16:00 (starting times)
Huolituoli

Got worries on your mind? Huolituoli -appointments available from June 20 onwards! BOOK AN APPOINTMENT HERE

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Event Area 11:00-16:00

11:00-16:00 Exhibition area (Keisarinluodonlaituri)
Luontoliitto and John Nurminen Foundation Presentation Booth
Muoviton Meri -campaign
Roskapolku -start
HSY presentation point

Other performers

Freestyle footballer Emmi Björn

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Crew Program on Sunday, July 7

12:00
Parade of Sails

On Sunday, the Tall Ships Races vessels head towards Tallinn in a spectacular Parade of Sails. Throughout the morning, the ships prepare for departure, and they begin casting off from the dock at 12:00. Off the coast of Helsinki, the ships will form up before raising their sails and setting off, offering a magnificent view of the city’s maritime landscape. Many ships have their own unique and impressive departure ceremonies, which are worth coming to watch at the event area or from nearby shores and islands.