Destination Area: Atlantic Coast & Great Lakes of U.S. & Canada
Length: 15 NIGHTS
Vessel: Oliver Hazard Perry


Departs:

New Orleans, Louisiana on April 25, 2018

Returns:

Annapolis, Maryland on May 10, 2018


$3,500 per passenger for voyage alone. $$3,850 per passenger for voyage plus celestial navigation course.

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

SSV Oliver Hazard Perry is a 200 ft, three-masted, full-rigged Tall Ship.
With 20 sails and 7 miles of rope on board. There is no room for idle hands when we set sail! Life on Oliver Hazard Perry means you become a part of our crew, from hauling lines, to climbing aloft, to taking the helm, you will participate in every aspect of sailing the ship. No previous sailing experience or extraordinary fitness is required. While life aboard is active and hard work, a positive attitude and sense of adventure is the only prerequisite to join!

We are pleased to be offering a course in celestial navigation on this voyage. The course is an additional $350 per passenger. Space is limited to 12 people. Call 877-882-4395 for additional information.



The SSV Oliver Hazard Perry is a full-rigged ship, flying 20 sails spreading 14,000 square feet on her three masts. Purpose-built as a sail tra ...

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  • Stand watch alongside the professional crew
  • Set and furl Sails
  • Brace the yardarms
  • Take your turn at the helm
  • Learn celestial navigation (optional extra).

Sail from New Orleans into the Gulf of Mexico, around the tip of Florida and up the Atlantic Coast, into Chesapeake Bay, arriving at Annapolis.

New Orleans, Louisiana
New Orleans is a Louisiana city on the Mississippi River, near the Gulf of Mexico. Nicknamed the "Big Easy," the city is known for its 24-hour nightlife, vibrant live-music scene and spicy, unique cuisine. New Orleans's history is as a melting pot of French, African and American cultures.

Sailing the Gulf of St. Lawrence
The Gulf of St. Lawrence is a special marine environment from an oceanographic perspective:
* It is isolated from the Atlantic Ocean
* It receives large amounts of freshwater drainage from the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River basin
,br>* It is usually ice covered in winter
* It has numerous shallow areas and also deep troughs.

The Gulf is a semi-enclosed sea, open to the Atlantic Ocean through the Cabot Strait and the narrower Strait of Belle Isle. The Laurentian Channel that runs though the gulf is a long, continuous trough over 900 feet deep that runs over 900 miles from the continental shelf in the Atlantic Ocean to the St. Lawrence Estuary at the mouth of the Saguenay River. This trough brings deep oceanic waters to the estuary.


Sail up the East Coast


Sailing north in the Chesapeake


Annapolis, Maryland
Annapolis, home of the US Naval Academy, is famous for its stunning period architecture and lively seaport culture, and is a favorite of history buffs.

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