The Sea Is Calling
See the West Coast’s tall ships, Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain, with your own eyes. Your next adventure can be a weekend sail, hands-on history for kids, or starting your maritime career. It all starts here. Learn. Sail. Discover.
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WHERE ARE THE SHIPS?
Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain are in:
Coos Bay, OR
The most extraordinary celebration of the Pacific Northwest, its waters, and its peoples is happening this month, but it has nothing to do with tall ships. That is because this event honors the canoe cultures of Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia's Indigenous...read more
Have you ever wondered how people get a job on a boat? Tug boats, cruise ships, water taxis, yachts - boats are all around us, but who runs them? What you might not know is that the US maritime industry is one of the strongest job markets in the country. The average...read more
The tall ship Hawaiian Chieftain turns 30 years old on July 7th, and Grays Harbor Historical Seaport is throwing a free community birthday party at its home port of Seaport Landing in Aberdeen. While Harborites may have a more personal connection to Lady Washington as...read more
Each year we engage thousands of students in our one-of-a-kind educational field trip, Voyage of Explorers. Our hands-on maritime heritage program provides inquiry-based lessons that begin in the classroom and conclude with unforgettable activities aboard the tall ships. Voyage of Explorers is aligned with the Common Core Curriculum Standards for grades 4-6 and can be booked year round at any port we visit.