Bursary Opportunities for Young Sailors at Tall Ships Adventure

Tall Ships Adventure

Jan 28, 2021

At Tall Ships Adventure, we firmly believe that all youth are wanting to unlock their potential, that’s why we provide youth ages 12-18 with a challenging and engaging environment that teaches responsibility, self-reliance, and courage through tall ship sailing. We recognize that not all families have the financial means to spend the summer sailing. We strive to ensure that no youth are left ashore for want of funds, and this is why we have established the Captain Thomas and Jeanne Fuller Bursary Fund. It is awarded yearly to youth who would otherwise not have the opportunity to sail with us.

Applications for the first wave of bursaries are accepted until February 15th. If you’ve ever wanted to learn to sail a tall ship, make a boatload of new friends, and have the summer adventure of a lifetime sailing along the Ottawa River or the 1,000 Islands and Lake Ontario, then please visit the Bursaries and Scholarship page on our website and apply today! Whether you’re a seasoned sailor or are stepping aboard a ship for the first time, all are welcome.

This summer, we’re offering a variety of adventures from July to August, ranging from 5-day day adventures to 14-day overnight voyages. To see dates for specific adventures, you can visit the Find Your Adventure page on our website and register.

Tall Ships Adventure
2700 Queensview Drive
Ottawa, ON, K2B 8H6
613-596-6258

 

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