Testimonials from Summer Camp

July 2nd, 2020|

Quincy loved to untie knots, sail under the GGB, watch the halibut that was caught be filleted by the captain He had a great experience and we will definitely be back next year

Seaward Resumes Sailing Programs

June 24th, 2020|

“The sea has known so many races, and bears testimony to none.” The Wind is Free, 1949, by Frank Wrightman (1896-1970) (b. South Africa) For centuries, much has been written about this distinctive attribute of the

Announcing 3 week Summer Day Camp

June 12th, 2020|

Call of the Sea is on a mission to help alleviate the boredom and stress of the Covid-19 affected summer break!   Bay Area youth aged 8 - 14 are invited to join Call of

Call of the Sea’s Curricular Commitment

March 1st, 2019|

Our world is changing, and our mission at Call of the Sea is to empower youth to serve as environmental stewards. How does Call of the Sea ensure that the educational programs we offer

Environmental Stewardship and Action

February 1st, 2019|

Teaching and learning happens beyond talking and listening. The theory of environmental stewardship must be backed by the practice of being a steward (what the Brazilian educator and philosopher Paulo Freire would call "praxis").

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Can you remember your first time on a boat?

December 3rd, 2018|

The Sausalito sun at 10AM reflects off the ripples of Richardson Bay. Our schooner, Seaward, bobs as students walk on board. Can you remember your first time on a boat? For many students, this

From Voyage Seaward to Maine Maritime Academy

October 1st, 2018|

An interview with Mikaela Pitre: As a child, I spent my summers in Santa Cruz, California, where I could attend Marine Science camps at the Long Marine Lab in the University of Santa Cruz’s

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Summer Voyage Seaward Youth Trips a Success

September 1st, 2018|

During this summer’s “Voyage Seaward” program, a 3- to 5-day overnight sail, youth experienced nature and built self-confidence through the adventure and challenge of learning to sail a tall ship. Students had the life-changing