Mate Kiel Kohler, Bosun Noah Limbach and deckhand educator Dinnie Jay decided to shelter in place during the Covid 19 Pandemic aboard Matthew Turner at her home dock dock at the Bay Model in Sausalito. They are comfortable and provided for on board and have been making the best of the situation by keeping busy
Call of the Sea's schooner Seaward wraps up a great educational adventure sailing season in Mexico! The season began on December 30th with 12 San Francisco Sea Scouts on board for the sail to Newport Beach, where they were hosted by the Newport Sea Scout's Base. They reported having a wonderful experience and planning to
At Call of the Sea we’ve been working hard to deliver on our mission of providing on-the-water environmental and maritime education to students of all ages — and in particular youth. To achieve this we’re expanding our fleet with the Matthew Turner which will provide a fantastic experiential sailing platform and an additional 38 berths.
Seaward and her crew have had a very busy summer taking students and adults from all over the Bay Area, and beyond, on day-sails and overnight voyages. By all accounts, it has been a fun and successful season. When Call of the Sea's summer programs began in April, the all-new crew came aboard and very
Call of the Sea advocates for on-the-water ocean environmental literacy for all. Latitude 38 covers the story and features our Director of Education and Seaward's crew.
A couple shots from a fun volunteer appreciation day onboard Matthew Turner. Some members of the sewing team assembled in Foc'sle, and one of the skilled volunteer sewing volunteers, Eduarda Nunes, was helped out onto the bowsprit by her brother, volunteer carpenter and rigger, Ruben da Silva. They are both family of the Nunes