Destination Area: Atlantic Coast & Great Lakes of U.S. & Canada
Length: 10 NIGHTS
Vessel: Gulden Leeuw


Departs:

Boston, Massachusetts on June 21, 2017

Returns:

Pictou, Nova Scotia on July 1, 2017


Price 15-25 years old: US$ 1,035 per person.
Price over 25 years old: US$ 1,200 per person.
Three meals per day, coffee, tea and water are included.


For more information call us toll free at 1-877-882-4395.

Sail from Boston to Pictou in company with other tall ships in Rendez-Vous 2017. Enjoy Canadian hospitality during Pictou's port festival.



Gulden Leeuw is a classic three-masted topsail schooner, with square sails on her foremast, one of the world's largest such vessels. Built in ...

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  • Learn Navigation
  • Set and furl sails
  • Stand watches underway
  • Practice your helmsmanship
  • Take part in regular ship routines
  • Explore Boston and its colonial history
  • Visit Pictou where the first wave of Scottish immigrants landed in 1773

On this voyage you will be apart of the watch standing and be able to experience every aspect of tail ship sailing and racing. From navigation, steering, trimming the sails and more. You will really know the feeling of being a sailor the second the Gulden Leeuw dismarks. When the fleet arrives the Gulf of St. Lawrence, there will be four days of relaxing and sampling the hospitality of over thirty Canadian guest ports in this region. Then after this break we continue the voyage where we end in Pictou. This voyage will allow you to get experience and also a relaxing break.

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

8 Days at Sea


Pictou, Nova Scotia
The town of Pictou is located on the beautiful Northumberland Shore of Nova Scotia and is known as the "Birthplace of New Scotland". The first Scottish immigrants disembarked here in 1773 from the ship Hector. You can explore the Hector Heritage Quay and board the full-sized Ship Hector replica. The Hector Heritage Quay offers unique insight into the journey of early Scots settlers to Nova Scotia, and their arrival in Pictou.

There was a public pillory at the foot of Market Square in which, it has been claimed, a man was confined for three hours for kissing his wife on a Sunday. Today, a replica of the pillory stands at the foot of Hector Square.

Shipbuilding was a major business in Pictou during the 1800's. In 1867 some 40 ships were registered as built in Pictou.

Look for the Water Street Studios building. Dating from 1825, it is a good example of Scottish stone houses. From the time it was built, the building has served as both storefront and residence. It housed the Sheriff's offices from the 1920's to the 1960's.

Visit the Fishing Museum, built as a tribute to the fishing heritage of the Northumberland Strait area. The Museum looks at the fishing industry and ships of the strait from 1800s to the present.


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