Destination Area: Atlantic Coast & Great Lakes of U.S. & Canada
Length: 7 NIGHTS
Vessel: Schooner Roseway


Departs:

Savannah, Georgia on April 7, 2019

Returns:

Boston, Massachusetts on April 14, 2019


$1,500 per person, including all meals.

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

Sail aboard the historic schooner Roseway
on an offshore passage from the U.S. Virgin Islands to Savannah Georgia, participating as guest crew.

Note: the departure and arrival dates are approximate and may be altered depending on weather.



Roseway was built in 1925 in Essex, Massachusetts as a private fishing yacht. She was purchased by the Boston Pilot's Association in 1941, and ...

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  • Enjoy the excitement of an open ocean passage
  • Stand watches alongside the professional crew
  • Learn navigation at sea
  • Practice your helmsmanship
  • Experience an historic fishing Schooner

Join the crew of Roseway for an ocean sailing adventure. As volunteer crew aboard this historic ship, you will be invited to live and work alongside Roseway‘s crew, standing watches, sleeping, playing, and enjoying the open sea.

Savannah, Georgia
Savannah is the historic riverside birthplace of Georgia settled in 1733 by British colonists. In 1864 when General William Tecumseh Sherman marched in, the mayor gave Sherman's men free run of the city in exchange for leaving it untorched. As a consequence, Savannah is one of the few major cities in the South with antebellum charm and architecture remaining intact. Savannah has one of the largest historic districts in the country.

6 Days at Sea
Sailing at sea, with no port stops, just learning to navigate and working alongside the professional crew.

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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