Gerald Goodall Copestake, the oldest trainee known to have sailed aboard the St. Lawrence II, died peacefully on January 31st, 2016, aged 97.
On behalf of the crew of the St. Lawrence II, and the entirety of the organization, we would like to thank Gerald for his patronage and support.
Donations to support Brigantine and Youth Sail Training can be made in Gerald's honor through the link below.
A summer sailing camp for youth aboard the Tall Ship St. Lawrence II, sailing from Kingston, Ontario!
"Brigantine Incorporated is a registered charity dedicated to empowering, connecting, and inspiring youth through the challenges of sailing a traditionally rigged ship. Through experiential learning and skills development we build confidence, strength, and leadership in our ship's crew. The unique shipboard environment we provide forges friendships, teamwork, and a sense of responsibility to the community. Our sail training programs broaden horizons and inspire our youth to be a positive force in the world.
Brigantine Incorporated is also committed to preserving rare maritime skills and heritage, promoting respect for our natural environment, and providing the training and experience required to become an outstanding professional mariner."
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NEWS & EVENTS!
A story from the Whig-Standard about Mr. Temela's voyage aboard the RNOV "Shabab of Oman": thewhig.com/2015/12/08/teen-reflects-on-amazing-voyage
2016 Sailing Schedule is now live!
click on link below for details & registration