Travel on a Tall Ship 

 October 19-21, 2012

 We have an amazing, once in a lifetime opportunity.  Tall Ship Bill of Rights is available for our Cruiser’s Weekend event.  And you can sail her, learn from her crew, eat and sleep aboard this historic ship for three amazing days.  This is not a luxury cruise.  You sleep in a large stateroom on old school bunks (beds) with 15 of your your fellow crew. Sail this majestic Tall Ship with her professional crew over to Two Harbors, Catalina for the kick off of our Catalina Cruiser’s Weekend event.  Happy hour at Harbor Reef with live band, Brent George and the Fat Masts.  Live on the tall ship while you enjoy the event ashore including sailing seminars and an evening Concert/BBQ Saturday night.   The ship sails out of King Harbor, Redondo Beach, Friday, October 19.  You are welcome to sail with her on her trip over from Oxnard as well.  Sunday morning, sail home.

  • Bill of Rights has bunks for 16 in the main stateroom
  • Three squares are included (you know we are talking about food right?)
  • Help the crew sail a Tall Ship, learn the ropes 😉
  • Sleep aboard and experience nautical history
  • Roll up to our Cruiser’s Weekend event in a Tall Ship
  • Support an amazing non-profit at-sea education for youth

Cost is $525 per person.

Our chartering of Bill of Rights enables the ship to do an entire other voyage to educate kids.

 THE AMERICAN TALL SHIP INSTITUTE The primary purpose of the American Tall Ship Institute is to provide a marine based educational facility, or floating classroom, to be used by various organizations in the Ventura County area for marine education programs. The American Tall Ship Institute is working with local educational institutions to make marine education programs for a tall ship sailing vessel a reality. Educational programs include marine biology, environmental studies and maritime history, as well as sail training programs designed to teach and encourage a spirit of cooperation and discipline, highlighting the importance of team building, problem solving, decision making, planning, self-reliance and leadership. These programs provide youth with real-life challenges that develop knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to live healthy, productive lives. atsi_0