The Sea Is Calling
You’ve always wanted to stand on the deck of a real tall ship. You’ve seen them in the movies. Your friends have told you about them. Your kids and grandkids want to go. Now’s your chance to make your dream come true!
Sail on the tall ships Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain.
WHERE ARE THE SHIPS?
Hawaiian Chieftain and Lady Washington are currently in:
Jack London Square Oakland, California
A Day in Channel Islands National Park By Captain Ryan 'Otis' Downs Last week, the crew of the Hawaiian Chieftain took the vessel from Dana Point, CA to another beautiful port of Southern California: Ventura. Since we had plenty of time to get there, we decided to...read more
Chieftain's Community Comes Full Circle By Ryan "Otis" Downs The Hawaiian Chieftain visited Newport Beach last week. While there we participated in the Christmas Lighted Boat Parade and made friends with the folks at the Boy Scout Sea Base, who hosted us. And...read more
Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain to visit Ocean Institute January 5th through 15th The tall ships Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain will be open to the public in at the Ocean Institute in Dana Point beginning January 5th, offering dockside tours, dockside...read more
Each year we engage more than 9,000 students in our “Voyage of Explorers: Nations Connecting Through Trade” program on Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain. Our experiential program provides inquiry-based lessons on-board the ships as well as pre- post-visit activities available on the website. Voyage of Explorers curriculum meets common core state standards for grades 4-7 and can be tailored to the needs and interests of any age group, including adults.