Summer 2017 Voyages

Sailing Adventure Programs

Sail training aboard the Fair Jeanne…imagine hoisting the sails, steering the ship, climbing the masts, standing a watch and making lifelong friends along the way. You don’t need to know a thing about sailing – we’ll show you the ropes!

You’ll gain confidence, learn how to work in a team, and have the most thrilling adventures. This is more than a summer camp for teens, many of the kids who sail with us come back year after year, joining our crew to teach the next generation of would-be sailors.

All Fair Jeanne sail trainees require a valid passport.

Sailing Canada 150


High school credit voyage

Quebec City, QC to Lunenburg, NS  from July 22 – August 10, 20 days.  Students earn a high school credit in Leadership & Peer Support. Very limited berth space available

Experience Atlantic Canada, Ages 13+

Lunenburg NS to St John NB from August 12 – August 17, 6 days.  Enjoy the warm hospitality of the RDV2017 out ports and sail the wind of the Atlantic.

Making Summer Memories Count, 14 days, Ages 13+

St John NB to Mystic Seaport, August 20 – September 3, 14 days

Aug 20Board, familiarize & participate in St John, NB Tall Ships festival
Sailing to Portland, ME
Portland, ME
Sail to Gloucester, ME
Sail to Plymouth, ME
Sailing & Cape Cod canal to Mass Maritime Academy
Sail to New Bedford, MA
Sailing /Martha’s Vineyard, MA
Aug 31/Sep 1Sailing/Newport, RI (ON/QC  HS students may disembark in Newport)
Sep 2 – 3Sail to Mystic Seaport, CT



Ask about our bursary program


Fair Jeanne

The 110-foot Fair Jeanne has sailed more than 150,000 nautical miles in the Great Lakes, the St. Lawrence Seaway, the Atlantic and the Caribbean. She sleeps 40, has 10 sails and masts that soar 80 feet into the air. The Fair Jeanne was built in Captain Fuller’s backyard and was launched in 1982.




80 feet above the waterline furling a sail, or feeling the bow spray from 100 feet away – we’ve got adventure in spades.


You’ve learned how to set the sails, how to navigate in rough water and you’ve learned to trust in yourself.


Stay for a longer voyage as an Officer-in-Training – you may find yourself leading a group of your peers.


The only way a tall ship sails is through teamwork. Try hauling up the main by yourself and you’ll quickly learn what we mean!


We all start knowing next to nothing about traditional tall ship sailing; it’s all part of the adventure. You’ll learn quickly!


Close quarters, unexpected challenges and shared adventures are the recipe for life-long friendships.

“M. had such a wonderful experience. I can't thank you enough for the amazing opportunity. She seems more mature. I know she is really proud to have learned so much. “

Youth sponsor, 2016