Destination Area: Ocean Crossings
Length: 13 NIGHTS
Vessel: Oosterschelde


Bermuda on June 4, 2017


Boston, Massachusetts on June 17, 2017

All fare costs are for a single passenger. Fare for a 2 person cabin is 2000 Euros (+-$2,220.) Fare for a 4 person cabin is 1860 Euros (+- $2,064.). Fare includes all meals, snacks and soft drinks.

Embark by 5 PM; disembark by 3PM.

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Oosterschelde is a beautiful three-masted Dutch topsail schooner, built in 1917 to carry cargo to international destinations. She was fully re ...

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  • Help the crew to prepare the ship for the race from Bermuda to Boston
  • Check all rigging to make sure it is in good shape
  • Set and trim sails
  • Learn navigation options to Boston
  • Watch other ships along the way
  • Take a turn at the helm
  • Stand watch alongside the professional crew
  • Participate in general ship maintenance
  • Experience one of the most exciting ocean races on one of the best training ships in the world
  • Notice dolphins/ porpoise and whales keeping you company along the way

You will in the sailing capital of the world - Bermuda, before embarking on your race to Boston. Bermuda will be a fun place to be because it is hosting the 35th America's Cup race and events. Sailing in the tall ship race to Boston will be very exciting and busy. Your watches will be divided and the tasks discussed and appointed. Never a dull moment. Navigation choices will be before you. You may have to decide whether following the coast is the best route or heading directly to Boston. Wind direction and currents will drive your decisions. Arriving in Boston and crossing the finish line you may choose to mingle with other tall ship passengers and crew and join in on festivities.

Marine geologists say that 100 million years ago, this hook-shaped chain of little islands was part of the lip of a huge volcano, now long dormant. The submarine mount on which Bermuda is perched rises 15,000 feet from the bottom of the sea. That part that is above the surface of the sea is surrounded by a wide platform of underwater coral reefs that protect the island from stormy weather. This shallow platform gives the inshore seas amazing colors – stunning blues and greens. Blessed with a temperate climate and magnificent pink sand beaches Bermuda sits like a tiny atoll in the mid-Atlantic.

Bermuda waters were well known for more than their beauty to the earliest navigators who had business in the New World. The reefs were deadly to ships that ventured too close, and the wreckage of scores of ships dot the outer reefs. Early seamen called Bermuda "Isle of Devils" for that reason. The name comes from a Spaniard, Juan de Bermudez, who paid a call in 1503. But the island remained uninhabited, despite visits by Spanish and English ships, until more than a century later.

It wasn’t until a hurricane blew a British ship called the Sea Venture onto the reefs in 1609 that a settlement was begun. The Sea Venture, which was commanded by Admiral Sir George Somers, was on her way to the New World settlement at Jamestown, Virginia, with settlers and supplies. Although most of the settlers continued on their way in a vessel they built while they were stranded on Bermuda, there have been people living on the island since that visit, and Bermuda’s character as a British colony was established.

Prepare ship for race from Bermuda to Boston

Race to Boston, Ma.

Boston, Massachusetts
Boston, the capital and largest city in Massachusetts, and one of the oldest cities in the United States, is the economic and cultural center of New England. The city proper has a population over 600 thousands, and anchors the larger metropolitan area of Greater Boston with a population over 4 million people.

Puritan colonists from England founded the city in 1630. During the American Revolution Boston was the scene of several historic events, including the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party, the Battle of Bunker Hill,and the battles of Lexington and Concord. With land reclamation, Boston expanded beyond Beacon Hill and the Shawmut peninsula, to build the classic mid-19th century residential neighborhood known as Back Bay.

After independence, Boston became a major port and manufacturing center. The city is the site of several firsts, including America's first public school - Boston Latin School, the first college - Harvard College, in neighboring Cambridge, and the first subway system in the United States.

Boston is a center of higher education With many colleges and universities in the city and surrounding area, and a center for medicine, with renown hospitals, medical schools and biotechnology companies. Boston is home to many cultural institutions, including Symphony Hall & the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum, the mother church of Christian Science, the iconic Richardson Romanesque Trinity Church, and of course the Red Sox, and the Public Garden's beloved Swan Boats.

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