V7/18 sails this afternoon from Melbourne up the glorious coast to Eden! She’ll explore some magical coastline along the way. The voyage plan has the youthies sailing past the 12 apostles and checking out Deal Island and Cape Otway.
Young Endeavour will also be the starting vessel for the Melbourne to Osaka (M2O) double-handed yacht race this Sunday at Portsea! #youngendeavour#voyageofalifetime#sailing#tallship
Did you know that this beautiful Tall Ship will be docking at Boatwerks during Tulip Time?
Please stop in for a tour and grab some lunch while you’re here!
Repost from @michiganmaritimemuseum .
. - We are thrilled to have Friends Good Will come to Tulip Time Festival and give dockside tours! 🌷 @tulip_time "Welkom aboard the tall ship 'Friends Good Will', a replica Great Lakes sloop from 1810, owned and operated by the Michigan Maritime Museum! Dutch heritage is deeply intertwined with water, trade and the art of sailing. We invite you to step aboard history, explore and experience this remarkable vessel by taking a Dockside Tour. Visit www.tuliptime.com/tallship for all the details.
Parking: Please use area public or street parking. Boatwerks lot is reserved for restaurant patrons only. @boatwerks
Tickets: $5/person; tickets can only be purchased at the East Dock entrance gate to the ship."
Here are some great shots from our voyage in Bermuda last spring! ——————————————————————————There are all sorts of opportunities for teens to get involved in tall ships sailing on our website!
Popular Instagram Photos
Series of images about beautiful lady @barkeuropa
I'm very happy I've chosen this tall ship to travel to Antarctica. It was like a journey back in the past, in 18th-19th century. This was a very special departure for photography group of 40 amazing people. We organised several photography sessions of the ship among beautiful icebergs and Antarctica mountains.
My father just send me this great overview of the different types of sailing ships 💙 The 1800’s were the golden age for tall ships and large harbor cities would have been full of them. Just imagine what a sight these harbors must have been! Ships of all shapes and sizes going in and out of harbor; sailors, traders, travellers and dock workers running around; noises and smells in the air!