|Tall Ship||Description||Public Sail Price|
The KALMAR NYCKEL is a re-creation of the first colonial Swedish
|$60 per person|
VIRGINIA is a reproduction of the last all sail vessel built for the Virginia Pilot Association. The original ship sailed for the pilots from 1917-1926, training apprentice pilots in seamanship and navigation. The reproduction, built in Norfolk between 2002-2004, is also used as an educational platform. Her programs include courses in maritime history, marine science, maritime literature, and team-building for both students and adults. The ship has sailed as far south as Trinidad, east to Bermuda, north to Prince Edward Island, and all along the Atlantic Coast of the United States.
|$50 per person|
The square topsail schooner LYNX has been designed and built to
|$45 per person|
Living Classroom’s Schooner and flagship LADY MARYLAND is a full scale
|$35 per person|
SULTANA is a reproduction of 1768 namesake used by the British Royal
|$40 per person|
The 1901, 72-foot oyster-dredging skipjack ELSWORTH is one of a handful
|$25 per person|
SIGSBEE is a 1901 Chesapeake Bay skipjack originally used to dredge
A 1951 Alden 57 ketch, HOWARD BLACKBURN was built from timber salvaged from the bottom of the Panama Cannel. The schooner is based in Baltimore and captained by Marc Rosener, who also built the original sailing rig for the schooner SULTANA. This vessel is limited to 6 passengers during Downrigging Weekend, and interested parties must book the entire boat to sail.
|$400 (included all six tickets available for each sail)|