Tall Ships Adventure is dedicated to providing education and training in a demanding and rewarding environment to allow participants to develop qualities of leadership and self-reliance as well as long-lasting friendships through the medium of sailing vessels and shore-based programs.
Tall Ships Adventure is committed to never leaving a young person ashore for want of funds, never leaving a ship alongside if she could be sailing, and never sailing with an empty berth.
For 30+ years, Tall Ships Adventure has been an organization for youth, run by youth. Our program dates back to one young teenager who stubbornly believed that he could take a lonely and unused sailing ship, refit the vessel into active duty and then sail it to Quebec City with a youth crew to participate in an international tall ship event.
Our founder, Simon Fuller, stood before the tall ship Black Jack as a teenager and dreamed of adventure under sail. He believed that young people, with the right support, determination, practice, and resolve, could achieve the loftiest of goals and the highest responsibilities, regardless of age. Click here to learn more about this organization's history.
Tall Ships Landing at the Aquatarium in Brockville, ON is our home port. Dropping a child at camp? Consider staying overnight at the coastal resort, dining on-site, or mooring your boat at Tall Ships Landing Marina.
A 2500 m2 interactive learning & discovery center located at Tall Ships Landing in downtown Brockville Ontario. Its mission is to inspire curiosity through enriching & entertaining experiences in the 1000 Islands Region on the St. Lawrence River.
Set on the shores of scenic Lac Deschenes overlooking the Ottawa River, Britannia Yacht Club is Ottawa’s premier club and event venue. Offering sailing or social memberships, there is something for everyone at “Your Cottage in the City."
Tall Ships Canada Association trading as ‘TallShipsCAN’ represents Canadian Sail Training operators, Canadian Maritime Heritage organisations and partners who support our pursuit of: advancement of education and training, youth development, career opportunities, supportive regulatory frameworks, best practices in the sailing and marine industry and the promotion of Canadian heritage, culture and values.