Check us out at the Whidbey Island Sail Fest!

 

2018 VISITING VESSELS

 

You can tour them all for FREE Saturday, May 19 & Sunday, May 20 10am – 1pm


SCHOONER SUVA

Your hometown gal will be at the festival! Schooner Suva is a 68 ft Staysail Schooner Built in 1925. She was designed by Ted Geary and is almost entirely of Burmese Teak.

Suva is owned and managed by the Coupeville Maritime Heritage Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit, founded to preserve the maritime heritage of Coupeville, Penn Cove and Whidbey Island through education and public awareness. CMHF carefully trains volunteer docents and crew members according to Coast Guard requirements. Visit our website, SchoonerSuva.org, to see how you can join the fun and support Suva.

FACEBOOK: Click here to see Suva’s Page

 

TALL SHIP HAWAIIAN CHIEFTAIN

The Hawaiian Chieftain is a 104′ split topsail Ketch that sails the entire Pacific coast every year. Built in Lahaina, HI in 1988, Hawaiian Chieftain has visited Tahiti, and sails as far north as Vancouver, CA.

The crew lives aboard, and teaches maritime job skills for adults and outdoor history programs for kids. To learn all about Hawaiian Chieftain, visit the Grays Harbor Historical Seaport website, www.historicalseaport.org.

FACEBOOK: Click here to see HC’s Page

 

 

S/V CUTTY SARK

Aeolian Adventures (a 501 C 3 educational non-profit), provides student sailors the opportunity to learn history, science, math, and more while working as crew of a traditional sailing ship, S.V. Cutty Sark.

These voyages are provided to student groups and clubs at no charge though donations are accepted. At other times S.V. Cutty Sark is available to others at an hourly rate.

FACEBOOK: Click here to see Cutty Sark’s Page