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
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.
The sewing team at work making chafe guards for mooring lines and repairing Seaward's sail cover. Starbuck Canvas Works is generously donating use of their space and mentoring us on the canvas projects for Matthew Turner.
Schooner Seaward has made her way around the windward mark, and can see the end of voyaging season. Coastal overnight trips between San Francisco and Monterey Bay have exposed 36 (and soon another 24) teens to the transformational experiences found through sailing a passage. Youth from all over California set sail, many for the first
Seaward had the fastest elapsed time on the course and placed second in her division in the Master Mariner's Benevolent Association Regatta May 27, 2017. The weather was perfect, the crew performed flawlessly and we all had a wonderful time. There are plenty of opportunities for you to come sailing on Seaward, too! We have
Schooner Seaward's spring season is wrapping up and her crew is beginning to prepare for summer voyaging. From April to June, Seaward crew taught lessons in marine ecology and biology, navigation, and seamanship to 58 student groups from all over the bay-that's over 2,000 students onboard, and 174 hours of underway-teaching! Schools came from as