Oman Youth Sail Training Ship (Safinat Shabab Oman)…Oman
Register of Good Safeguarding Practices 2024
EN: The ship band in their national dresses performs some traditional music with bagpipe playing accompanied by unique traditional Omani drums to entertain the visitors
EN: A female trainee in a local dress, usually worn in the eastern part of the country, engaged in making a Henna tattoo for one of the ship's visitor
EN: Handicrafts corner is one of the best attractions for the ship's visitors where they can try and see different products made by Omani locals, such as traditional perfumes, jewellery, products made from palm tree leaves, sand pots, etc.
EN: Crew and trainees working hand to hand in sitting one of the ships sail as part of the traditional sail training program
EN: Crew and students conducting astronomical navigation in the open ocean, training of such old skills remains invaluable
EN: Visitors accumulated in large numbers by the gangway of the ship to get the opportunity to visit the ship which had traversed oceans and seas to be in their country.
EN: Visitors seem entertained while the crew performs old sea chanties and dance that used to be song by sailors in the olden days
EN: Visitors are looking at some of the photos which usually are displayed as a composition of the floating museum onbord
EN: Shabab Oman II under full sails with some tall ships in the background during her participation in the tall ships races
EN: The internal part of the ship is inspired by the historical building of the country, such as castles and mosques where you can see these details in the wood designs and furniture