On this, our Tall Ships page, we provide
square-rigged and other sailing ships. You can ship out on one
paying passenger or volunteer, or just check out the
have already done so. Our thanks to Richard Bumgarner for the
- The Flagship
Niagara has a unique sail training program.
- The sad
demise of the H.M.S. Bounty in Superstorm Sandy off the
dreaded Outer Banks of North Carolina.
- The Pride of Baltimore II
has both daysail and guest crew opportunities, and an
outstanding website. (Thanks, Terry Taylor!)
- The San Diego Maritime
offers tall ship sailing adventures from day sails to extended
along the California Coast aboard the Californian-a replica of a
century revenue cutter.
- The Lady
is an 18th Century tall ship replica, based in Gray's Harbor,
Washington, USA. The original was the first U.S. ship to
the Pacific Northwest. Crew training takes two weeks and
- The full rigged ship Sorlandet
lubbers as passenger/trainees. It's a Norwegian ship but almost
all passengers and crew spoke good English - good food - good
- The HMS Rose, based in Bridgeport, Connecticut has played host
to Patrick O'Brian himself. Click
here to list pages found by Google
that describe many voyages on the Rose. The Rose became the
Surprise for the recent film Master and Commander: The Far Side
- A recreation of Matthew Flinder's voyage
Australia (maps that would have been used by Jack Aubrey!) is
underway. A replica of an earlier ship (1600s) also sails in
waters and has links to Holland where the original came from.
tracking information on current tall ships sailing (and in
port). (Thanks, Terry Taylor!)
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