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A Tall Ship summer camp experience for youth looking for adventure, fun, friendship, and exploration.


Our program is an immersive outdoor adventure focused on providing an engaging, fun, and positive platform through which participants can form lasting connections with their peers and the natural world. The social bonds and environmental dynamics created aboard a working Tall Ship enable participants to gain insight into group dynamics and the concepts of community and working harmoniously.

This Journey will empower you to become a stronger person while developing new perspectives, improved self-confidence, better teamwork skills & leadership tools, and an appreciation for our shared history and future.

Make new friends, have amazing experiences in breathtaking locales, and take part in the journey of a lifetime aboard the Tall Ship St. Lawrence II!

These courses are available to young people between the ages of 13-18, no sailing experience required!

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"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."






2017 Schedule

The 2016
! PROFESSIONAL SAIL TRAINER OF THE YEAR !
is our very own
SAIMANIQ TEMELA
!

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


Temela on Shabab of Oman