Participating Tall Ships

Updated for 2017

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Tall Ship Description Fee

The KALMAR NYCKEL is a re-creation of the first colonial Swedish settlement ship to arrive in America. Launched in the Fall of 1997 this ornately carved 17th century reproduction ship sails seasonally visiting ports from the Mid-Atlantic through New England while carrying out her mission of goodwill and providing educational opportunities for school children.
$55 per person

PRIDE OF BALTIMORE II is a reconstruction of an early 19th-century Baltimore Clipper as was her predecessor the original PRIDE OF BALTIMORE. For nearly three decades PRIDE II has promoted historical maritime education fostered economic development and tourism and represented the people of Maryland in ports throughout the world. Since her commissioning in 1988 PRIDE II has sailed over 250000 nautical miles and visited more than 200 ports in 40 countries.
$50 per person

The square topsail schooner LYNX has been designed and built to interpret the general configuration and operation of a privateer schooner from the War of 1812. Lynx sails as a living history museum and as a floating classroom for the study of historical environmental and ecological issues.
$45 per person

 Launched in 1928, the A.J. MEERWALD was one of hundreds of oyster schooners built along the South Jersey's Delaware Bayshore before the Great Depression.   Restored in 1996 by the Bayshore Discovery Project, A.J. MEERWALD takes thousands of children out annually to learn about the history, culture, and ecology of New Jersey's Delaware Bayshore region.
$35 per person

Living Classroom's Schooner and flagship LADY MARYLAND is a full scale reproduction of a traditional 19th century Chesapeake Bay cargo schooner called a pungy. LADY MARYLAND is part of a fleet of vessels used by Living Classroom Foundation that teach students about the history and environment of the Chesapeake.
$35 per person

SULTANA is a reproduction of 1768 namesake used by the British Royal Navy to enforce the notorious tea taxes in the years preceding the American Revolution. Built in Chestertown and launched in 2001, the new SULTANA's mission is to educate students of all ages about the history and ecology of the Chesapeake Bay.
$40 per person

The 1901, 72-foot oyster-dredging skipjack ELSWORTH is one of a handful of skipjacks remaining on the Chesapeake Bay. The ELSWORTH is currently used to provide live-aboard educational programs in environmental science and Chesapeake history
$25 per person

SIGSBEE is a 1901 Chesapeake Bay skipjack originally used to dredge oysters and haul cargo on the Bay. Today, SIGSBEE sails the Chesapeake teaching students about the ecology, history, and economic importance of her local waters.
$25 per person