Maine Windjammer Association

 

Their Ships-  Isaac H. Evans, Ladona, Stephen Tabor, Angelique, Heritage, Mary Day, Lewis R. French, Victory Chimes, American Eagle

Where They Sail-   In and around the beautiful Penobscot Bay in Maine.

What they do-

  • They take passengers on 3-7 day-long overnight sailing voyages in and around the many islands and inlets of Penobscot Bay.  Many of the boats do not have engines and so the entire voyage is done under sail.  At night lanterns are lit, and the meals are often cooked on a wood-burning stove.  Passengers get to interact with the crew, and they also get driven or rowed ashore for excursions and lobster bakes.

Maine Windjammer Cruises

Their Ships-  Grace Bailey, Mercantile, and the Mistress

Where They Sail-   In and around the beautiful Penobscot Bay in Maine.

What they do-

  • They take passengers on 3-7 day-long overnight sailing voyages in and around the many islands and inlets of Penobscot Bay.  Many of the boats do not have engines and so the entire voyage is done under sail.  At night lanterns are lit, and the meals are often cooked on a wood-burning stove.  Passengers get to interact with the crew, and they also get driven or rowed ashore for excursions and lobster bakes.

The Kalmar Nyckel

 

Their Ships-  Kalmar Nyckel

Where They Sail-   Mostly around Delaware and Philadelphia with voyages as far north as Cape Cod and as far south as Norfolk, Virginia.    

What they do-

  • They have an incredible volunteer program with hundreds of volunteers.  It offers training, a chance to be part of the crew, and a real sense of accomplishment for those willing to put in the effort.

  • They take elementary students on 3 hour field trips that are especially catered to meet their school standards for history.

  • They take the public out on historical sails.

  • They go on voyages with their volunteer crew.

Liberty Fleet of Tall Ships

 

Their Ships-  Liberty Clipper and the Liberty Star

Where They Sail-   Boston harbor and also the Bahamas

What they do-

  • They take passengers out for week long voyages in the Bahamas during the winter.  Passengers get a small cabin on board the ship, there are shore excursions, full bar, lots of food, and passengers have a chance to help set sail and also get to know the crew.

  • They take passengers out on bay in Boston during the summer for sailing and sight-seeing.

More to Come!!  

     But feel free to search the Web for other East Coast tallships.

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