Timeline - the first 100 years
1913 Built in Le Havre by Paumelle.
1925 Winner of the first Fastnet Race.
1926 Fifth in the Bermuda race and awarded Blue Water Medal.
1928 Second in the Fastnet Race.
1929 Winner of the Fastnet Race.
1930 Winner of the Fastnet Race.
1932 Rescue of the crew from the burning Adriana - Skipper awarded Blue Water Medal.
1945 Bought by Senhor Lobato in Lisbon.
1977 Acquired by the International Sailing Craft Association in association with Dauntsey's School Sailing Club and the Science Museum.
1980 Winner Tall Ships Race.
1986 Winner Tall Ships Race Newcastle to Bremerhaven.
1991 New contract with DSSC - major refit started.
1993 Refit complete - Jolie Brise's first Fastnet since 1930.
1994 Circumnavigation of U.K.
1996 Journey South for return to Lisbon to visit Senhor Lobato after nearly 20 years.
1997 Journey to the Arctic, going 200 miles inside the Arctic Circle. Dauntsey's crew played football in the Midnight Sun. Competes in Tall Ships Race for the first time for nearly a decade (third in class).
1998 Competes in Tall Ships Race, again going to Lisbon.
1999 Second in Tall Ships Race with congratulatory visit from HRH Prince Frederick of Denmark.
2000 Jolie Brise leads Tall Ships 2000 Transatlantic Fleet out of Southampton, going on to win the whole of Tall Ships 2000 Race, encompassing two transatlantic crossings.
2000 Overall Winner Tall Ships 2000.
2002 Jolie Brise again excels in her class during Tall Ships Races in Spain and Dauntsey's School purchases her from ISCA.
2003 Competes in Tall Ships Races in the Baltic.
2004 Jolie Brise takes a break from racing and goes whale watching in the Azores.
2005 Competes in Tall Ships Races, Waterford, Newcastle, Cherbourg and Fredrikstad.
2006 50th Anniversary of Tall Ships Races, and Jolie Brise again takes part: St Malo - Lisbon - Cadiz - La Coruna - Antwerp. The Duke of Edinburgh visits JB.
2007 Competes in Tall Ships Races in the Mediterranean: Alicante to Barcelona, Toulon to Genoa, cruising in company Barcelona to Toulon.
2008 Competes in Tall Ships Races: Liverpool - Maloy - Bergen - Den Helder. First in class and winner of the Florence Cup for coming first in class for both races.
2009 Jolie Brise competes in the Tall Ships Atlantic Challenge, a 7,000 nautical mile odyssey around the North Atlantic, following the traditional route taken by sailing ships of a by-gone age. Wins the second leg, Tenerife to Bermuda and looses her top mast during a storm off the Irish coast.
2010 Sailed by Dauntsey's pupils, Jolie Brise visited France, the Channel Islands, Scottish Western Isles and Denmark before she joined the Tall Ships Fleet in Kristiansand, Norway. From here she raced to Hartlepool and then competed in the North Sea Tall Ships Regatta culminating in the world famous "Parade of Sail" in Amsterdam.
2011 Overall Winner Tall Ships 2011. Jolie Brise raced with the Tall Ships fleet around the west coast of Ireland, through Orkney and the Shetlands to Stavanger in Norway. They then raced on to Halmstad in Sweden followed by an extensive cruise of the Baltic visiting Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia and Poland.
2012 Jolie Brise joined the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Pageant at St Katharine's Docks early in June before racing with the Tall Ships fleet across the Bay of Biscay to Lisbon finishing 1st in class and 1st overall out of a fleet of 45 vessels. She then cruised back up to La Coruna before heading off to Dublin stopping at the Scilly Isles en route.