Testimonial From a Parent of Youth Sailors The kids and I had a lovely time on the Matthew Turner on Saturday, thank you so much for organizing the outing for us. I love that it was as immersive as we wanted it to be -- rather than trying to elicit
A challenging course in sailing and navigating a ship Build teamwork, boost self confidence & face your fears with the support of fellow crew members! Special dates available for Girls and young women, ages 12-24 Students learn in an inclusive environment Teamwork skills as part of a crew raising,
Dominican University Public History Program Dave Anderson, Call of the Sea's Deputy Director worked remotely with Dr. Jordan Lieser of Dominican University and his Public History class during 6 months of the pandemic to develop a series of podcasts and videos to augment the history curriculum for our students. Dominican
Why attend Call of the Sea's Aloft Program? Our seamanship class engenders personal growth, builds self confidence and interpersonal skills like leadership and team work! Comments from scholarship applicants for the Aloft program: Another fear that I somewhat overcame... is the fear of sailing. I've never grown up with doing exciting things
Donate Today! “Students are incredibly inspired to be back together again – to play, to follow, to work as a team and to be in this atmosphere of learning together again.” Steve Kielar, Call of the Sea Director of Education Your support will bring more boys and girls to the
What is the Aloft Seamanship program? A four hour course in the art, & skill of sailing and navigating a ship, for all ages and genders. Seamanship builds teamwork and boosts self confidence by facing fears with the support of fellow crew members. Special dates available for Girls and young women, ages 12-24
We are halfway through the 6 week launch of our full time educational program. There are 2 cohorts of students engaging in sailing, marine environmental explorations, building projects to develop math, design and planning skills as well as leadership and team building skills. They have journals they write in daily on various subjects. Call
Bridge the Gap students from Sausalito had a chance to experience our marine environment while learning about ecology, history and navigation. They also developed teamwork skills and self confidence through helping to raise the sails and sail the ship.