- For those of you who are not US or Canadian citizens, you will require either an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA), or a visa, depending on your country of origin. Please do look up what the requirements are for citizens of your country, and make sure to arrange any visa you may need in good time before departure to Canada.
- All trainees, including Canadian and US citizens, will require a valid passport for the voyage. All passports will be collected upon embarkation, and returned at the end of the voyage.
Embarkation: July 1st, 17:00
Disembarkation: July 8th, 09:00
Travelling to Charlottetown
- By air: Air Canada operates flights to the airport in Charlottetown from Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Boston (US) and New York (US)
- By land: The Confederation Bridge connects Prince Edward Island with New Brunswick. The Northumberland Ferries also operate to Prince Edward Island From Caribou, Nova Scotia, and Wood Islands, Prince Edward Island.
- By train/bus: By train, you can travel as far as Mocton, New Brunswick, or Halifax, Nova Scotia. Maritime bus offers routes to Charlottetown from a number of locations in Eastern Canada.
More information about traveling to Prince Edward Island can be found here.
You will embark in Charlottetown on July 1st 17.00 hrs, this first evening you will get the first instructions on board and you will have some time to get to know your fellow trainees and the ship. On July 2nd we will start with sailing training and in the afternoon you will even have some time to explore the city of Charlottetown while we will have some people coming on board during open ship hours. End of the aternoon we will all gather back on board as we will set sail.
In the next days weather and wind will decide what we will do in the next days, of course we will try to sail as much as possible.
On July 7 we will arrive with a little parade of Sails in Miramichi, we expect a warm welcome here from the city and they have organized a lot of activities for us to explore the city. During the day you will have also time to visit the other Tall Ships who will be visiting Miramichi as there will be open ship hours on all ships.
After a nice last diner together on the evening of 7 July some of our guests will leave the next morning, 8 July at 9AM. The others who will be joining us all the way towards Quebec can stay on board and enjoy the rest of the activities organized by the city of Miramichi.
Embarkation: July 8th, 17:00
Disembarkation: July 19th, 09:00
This voyage will include a visit to the city of Saguenay, between the the 14th and 16th of July
Travelling to and from Miramichi
- By air: The closest airport to Miramichi is Moncton airport, to which you can fly from a number of Canadian and American cities.
- By bus: Maritime bus offers routes to Miramichi from a number of Canadian cities, including from Moncton airport.
- By train: VIA Rail Canada offers trains to Miramichi from a number of cities on the Canadian East coast.
Our new guests will embark in Miramichi on July 8 17.00 hrs, this first evening you will get the first instructions on board and you will have some time to get to know your fellow trainees and the ship. On July 9 we will start with sailing training and in the afternoon you will even have some time to explore the city of Miramichi while we will have some people coming on board during open ship hours. End of the aternoon we will all gather back on board as we will set sail.
In the next days weather and wind will decide what we will do in the next days, of course we will try to sail as much as possible. You will get the chance to experience the striking beauty of the fjord of Saguenay. Not only is this one of the longest fjords in the world, it is also the only one in North America with people living on its shores, and the coastline is dotted with villages alternated by steep cliffs. Where the relatively warm, fresh water from the Saguenay River meets the cold salt waters of the St Lawrence there are huge amounts of krill, making the area one of the best sites in the world to spot whales of different sorts. For this voyage, we have also scheduled a visit of a few days to the city of Saguenay, giving trainees the chance to explore further the heart of the Quebec province, the area around the Saguenay fjord. The voyage ends in Quebec where we expect to arrive end of the day of 18 July.
After a nice last diner together on the evening of 18 July it is time to leave the ship the next morning, 19 July at 9AM.
Embarkation: July 22nd, 17:00
Disembarkation: July 29th, 12:00
Travelling to and from Quebec
- By air: The small international airport of Quebec operates flights to a number of cities in Canada and the US, as well as to Paris, France.
- By bus: Bus company Orleans Express offers province-wide bus tours.
- By train: VIA Rail Canada offers trains to Quebec city from a number of cities on the Canadian East coast.
Embarkation: July 31st, 15:00
Disembarkation: August 4th, 12:00
Travelling to and from Corner Brook
Embarkation: August 6th, 15:00
Disembarkation: August 10th, 12:00
Travelling to and from Louisbourg:
- By air: The closest airport to Louisbourg is Sydney Airport, to which you can fly from Toronto and Halifax. From the airport, Louisbourg is a 35-minute drive away.
More information about travel options to Louisbourg can be found here.
Embarkation: August 12th, 15:00
Disembarkation: August 18th, 12:00
This voyage includes a visit to Shelburne, between the 14th and 15th of August
Travelling to and from Lunenburg:
- By air: The closest airport to Lunenburg is Halifax International Airport.
Travelling from Saint John:
- By air: Saint John has its own airport, running flights to and from Montreal, Halifax, and Toronto
The final voyage information will soon be available for download in the top left corner of this page.