“I truly loved the experience working on the ship.”
“Meeting all of you has been a joy. I love you all.”
“It has been inspiring to see how so many people of different ages and backgrounds came together to build a lasting community.”
“While working as a docent, I discovered that I actually do love kids.”
“I really like that we are poised to help communities hardest hit by the pandemic.”
Call of the Sea is indeed poised to sail again this Spring. We will offer enriched programs to new generations of students whose education has been severely disrupted by the pandemic. We will provide healthy on-the-water experiences to a broad diversity of people of various social positions.
When will we set sail? You are among the first to know. Our plan, which some may regard as overly ambitious, is to take passengers on Matthew Turner on April 22, Earth Day! If our crew has been vaccinated, and public health protocols allow it, we will take those passengers who were booked to sail last year on Earth Day. The very next day, Friday, April 23, and throughout Opening Day weekend, we will embark on a regular schedule of community and educational day sails.