THE GULDEN LEEUW
SAIL ON A TALL SHIP RICH WITH HISTORY!
Were you aware of the fact that before being converted into a three-masted topsail schooner, The Gulden Leeuw was used by the Danish Government for marine biological research as an ocean-going ice class ship? Actually, it was also used to train apprentices and as a supplying ship, both in Danemark and abroad.
Fortunately, there remains room to become a trainee on this Tall Ship! You can choose to complete the whole race with its crew or only a part of it. Among these parts of the race that you can choose are the following:
-From Bermuda to Boston, June 1st to June 17th 2017;
-From Boston to Pictou, June 22nd to June 30th 2017;
-From Pictou to Miramichi, July 2nd to July 7th 2017;
-From Miramichi to Baie-Comeau to Quebec, July 7th to July 18th 2017;
-From Quebec to Halifax, July 23th to July 29th 2017;
-From Halifax until the end of the race at Le Havre, August 1st to August 31.
Do not miss this opportunity and join us here!
More than 40 Tall Ships will be sailing Canadian waters to honour the 150th anniversary of the Canadian Confederation in 2017. They are scheduled to stop at host ports in Ontario, Québec and the Maritimes, giving thousands of people the opportunity to admire the majestic beauty of these cathedrals of the seas.
Want to cast off on an adventure? Sail Training International, the partner in this event, offers you the chance for the experience of a lifetime aboard one of the Tall Ships.