ATYLA is a 31-meter-long wooden tall ship built by hand between 1980 and 1984 in the north of Spain. Today ATYLA sails all around Europe fully engaged in sail training for young adults.
What is sail training?
Sail Training is an experience that uses traditional sailing to develop important skills such as courage, communication and teamwork.
Without previous experience required, nor aspirations to become sailors, a group of trainees gets on board as part of the crew to live an adventure that prepares them for any kind of challenge. After a couple weeks on board they have the opportunity to become the leaders of one of the watches which allows them to learn and practice leadership skills.
Focused on youngsters 15 to 25 years old, but open to all ages, sail training is -as described by the trainees themselves- “an unforgettable life experience”.
Furthermore, at ATYLA we have an international approach, using English as the official language on board and embarking trainees from various countries. This makes the experience even more interesting and rewarding.
A GOOD CAUSE:
Our educational project trains youngsters for their future. Searching for sponsors we aim to make it more affordable for them.
A PRICELESS BRAND EXPOSURE:
Added to the publicity of standing behind an educational project, your brand will travel around Europe visiting large maritime festivals and tall ships events.
These events welcome hundreds of thousands of visitors every day, attracted by the impressive sailing ships.
**We calculate that during 2015 more than 10 million people are going to see the ATYLA.**
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