In September, we posted about an upcoming voyage on the SSV Oliver Hazard Perry into Canada’s Northwest Passage. Apparently there berths still available for those who would like to join in the adventure. From the OHPRI website:
Earn your “Blue nose” by sailing across the Arctic circle. Berths still available to join us on the first leg of our historic voyage to the Arctic (Lunenberg – St John’s; St John’s – Pond Inlet). Open to ages 15 and up with a number of private 2 person cabins available for adults. Voyage highlights include open ocean sailing, overnight sailing, leadership development program, seamanship skills, St Pierre & Micquelon, L’Anse aux Meadows, Nuuk Greenland. Click here to learn more.
Oliver Hazard Perry is a 207 feet long, steel hulled, three-masted square-rigged ship and is the largest privately owned tall ship as well as the largest civilian sail training vessel in the United States. It is also the first ocean-going full-rigged ship to be built in the US in over 100 years. She is operated by the non-profit organization Oliver Hazard Perry Rhode Island.
Note: The Old Salt Blog has no commercial relationship with the operators of the Oliver Hazard Perry or any other sailing ship or organization. For more information, contact the organization in the links provided.