Sail a tall ship alongside crew
Ever wondered what it was like to sail a square-rigged tall ship (that’s a brigantine by the way)? This is your chance to experience the most exhilarating and educational adventure of your life, aboard the 110′ Fair Jeanne! You can take a turn at the helm, help in hoisting, trimming and lowering the sails, chart a course, keep the ship’s log and join in all the on-board fun.
2020 Sail Training Adventure for Adults
Voyage A: New England
Newport, Rhode Island to Boothbay Harbor, Maine
Includes sailing out of one festival into another with other ships
June 22 – June 25, 2020
Voyage B: St. Lawrence & 1000 Islands
Quebec City, Quebec to Brockville, Ontario
Through the Seaway locks, the river and then sail the 1000 Islands
August 26 – September 1, 2020
Bytown Brigantine Tall Ships Adventure pricing includes: HST, meals, shipboard bunk-style accommodation, port visits, any guest lectures & sail training log book.
Please talk to us about group travel to/from ship.
Note: Ports are subject to change; dates remain the same.
Learn more about the Bytown Brigantine Winter Program and how crew, senior trainees and adult volunteers prepare for the upcoming season, volunteering, learning theory and continuing summer friendships!
Are you up for it?
It’s a bit like a working holiday with time to appreciate the scenery and all the ports have to offer. Life aboard can be physically demanding (steep stairs, moving deck, and climbing aloft for those who are willing). You’re expected to help out with the day-to-day operation of the vessel and some light chores. But the more you do, the more you’ll learn and the more you will enjoy! Accommodations are on the spartan side: 6-8 bunks in a room and shared heads (toilets). For a little more privacy, upgrade to a single room with 2 bunks or quad.