Destination Area: Atlantic Coast & Great Lakes of U.S. & Canada
Length: 9 NIGHTS
Vessel: Oosterschelde


Departs:

Boston (Set Sail) on June 22, 2017

Returns:

Prince Edward Island on July 1, 2017


All fare costs are for a single passenger. Fare for a 2 person cabin is 1,500 Euros (+-$1,665.) Fare for a 4 person cabin is 1,250 Euros (+- $1,387). Fare includes all meals, snacks and soft drinks.

Embark by 2 PM; disembark by 5 PM.

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TALL SHIP REGATTA 2017 - APPROXIMATELY 40 SHIPS FROM AROUND THE GLOBE WILL COMPETE IN A 7-8 DAY RACE FROM BOSTON TO CANADA: 9 Night Race From Boston, Massachusetts to Prince Edward Island, Canada

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 Boston to Prince Edward Island
  • Canada
  • Check all rigging to make sure it is in good shape
  • Set and trim sails
  • Learn navigation options to Canada
  • 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 be participating in the Rendez-vous 2017 Tall Ship Regatta. A fleet of approximately 40 Tall Ships from around the globe will come to the North Atlantic to visit Canada. The regatta will begin in Boston, Massachusetts and end in Prince Edward Island, Canada. This event marks the 150th anniversary of the Canadian Confederation through its founders and founding provinces.

Boston (Set Sail)
Check your schedule for departure time.

Race w/ other Tall Ships


Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Charlottetown is located on Prince Edward Island, just off the eastern shore of Canada, in the Gulf of the St. Lawrence River, separated from mainland Nova Scotia by the Northumberland Strait. The city is the capitol of PEI, and is known as Canada's birthplace after the historic 1864 Charlottetown Conference which led to Canada's Confederation. Province House National Historic Site of Canada is open to the public.

The Charlottetown boardwalk takes you along the waterfront overlooking the harbour entrance. The boardwalk is part of a walking trail that travels from Confederation Landing Park along the waterfront to the Victoria Park lighthouse. The historic Beaconsfield House, built in 1877, serves as the headquarters for the Prince Edward Island Museum and Heritage Foundation and is open to the public.

The Charlottetown Driving Park ("Atlantic Canada's Fastest Racetrack") has been holding harness racing since 1889. If you've never seen pacers race, don't miss it. Try a ride above the traffic in the Red Double Decker London Bus to see it all in scenic Charlottetown, complete with guides and narration.


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