2017 Voyage Registration

Crew the Fair Jeanne on a Canada 150 Adventure

Bytown Brigantine Canada 150 Tall Ships Adventure

Celebrate Canada 150, sail on board the tall ship Fair Jeanne.

From RDV2017 in Quebec City, Fair Jeanne begins the Guest Ports Programme sailing from Quebec City to Atlantic Canada and on to the Eastern US.  At 110′ she is small enough that when you step aboard; you become an active & integral part of the crew.  You will haul the lines, take the helm, climb aloft to unfurl the sails; the sail training adventure is yours.

A valid passport is required.  Ports subject to change based on program needs. Ask about car pooling and group travel options.

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StartEndLeavingArrivingAgesFee 
Sat Aug 12Fri Aug 18Lunenburg, NSSt. John, NB13+$600.00
Voyage 3, Leg A: Lunenburg NS - Shelburne NS - St John NB (6 days). This introduction offers the opportunity for you to crew the Fair Jeanne and also to experience these beautiful Atlantic cities (3 days in port). Special festival rate, no discounts
Sun Aug 20Sun Sep 3St. John, NBMystic Seaport, CT13+$1,500.00
Voyage 3, Leg B: Making Summer Memories Count: sail from St John to Portland, Gloucester, Plymouth, Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard. HS students may choose to disembark for Aug 31/Sep 1 in Newport. Special festival rate, no discounts.
Sun Sep 10Wed Sep 20Mystic Seaport, CTSouth Street Sea Port, NY18+$1,500.00
Voyage 4: ADULT VOYAGE: Mystic Seaport, CT with Hyannis Port, Nantucket, Long Island Sound, New London CT, Huntington Long Island, City Island NY and disembark in South Street Seaport, NYC

Financial Aid Application

The Thomas G Fuller bursary fund strives to leave no young person ashore for lack of funds.  We offer full and partial bursaries as well as flexible payment options to ensure our voyages are accessible to everyone.   Register for your voyage of choice and click “offline payment”.

Download a bursary application.

Officer in Training

The Bytown Brigantine Officer in Training program is similar to a counsellor in training program, aside from the fact that you are not only overseeing youth in your “watch” , you also have the opportunity for further training in navigation, WHIMIS,  VHF radio training and more.   Many OT’s become crew members and go on to secure employment in related fields.

Register for the voyage of your choosing but click “Offline Payment”. Submit a cover letter and resume to [email protected] detailing your background, interests, previous leadership experience and sailing experience, if any.