Tall Ships Tour

Tall Ships Tour

Tall Ship: Lady Washington

When: Apr 10, 2020 - Apr 18, 2020
Where: Port Orchard Marina
The West Coast's Tall Ship, Lady Washington will be making her return visit to Port Orchard, WA. While in town, the vessels will be docked at the Port of Port Orchard (707 Sydney Parkway) and will offer educational programs, vessel tours, and sailing trips for the general public and by private charter. Grays Harbor Historical Seaport, the educational non-profit behind the tall ships, is celebrating both vessels' recent 30th birthdays. The vessels of Grays Harbor Historical Seaport are among the most active educational boats in America, visiting over 30 West Coast communities each year. The wooden-hulled Lady Washington was built in 1989 in Historical Seaport's home port of Aberdeen, WA to commemorate the centennial of Washington's statehood. She is a replica of the 18th century vessel of the same name which was the first American ship to make landfall on the West Coast. Movie fans will recognize Lady Washington from her roles in Pirates of the Caribbean, Star Trek: Generations, ABC's Once Upon a Time, and many other features. Wednesday through Friday, schools can reserve a trip aboard the tall ship for Historical Seaport's original maritime heritage field trip Voyage of Explorers. On weekends the tall ships are open to the general public for ticketed Adventure Sails, and occasional special events. Vessel Tours, which take place aboard the tall ships as they are docked in port, take place Friday through Sunday by a $5 suggested donation. For tickets and more information about Grays Harbor Historical Seaport and its tall ships --including crewing and Membership opportunities-- guests should visit their website at historicalseaport.org or call (800) 200-5239.
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Grays Harbor Historical Seaport, the educational non-profit behind the tall ships, is celebrating both vessels' recent 30th birthdays. The vessels of Grays Harbor Historical Seaport are among the most active educational boats in America, visiting over 30 West Coast communities each year.

 

The wooden-hulled Lady Washington was built in 1989 in Historical Seaport's home port of Aberdeen, WA to commemorate the centennial of Washington's statehood. She is a replica of the 18th century vessel of the same name which was the first American ship to make landfall on the West Coast. Movie fans will recognize Lady Washington from her roles in Pirates of the Caribbean, Star Trek: Generations, ABC's Once Upon a Time, and many other features. 

 

Wednesday through Friday, schools can reserve a trip aboard the tall ship for Historical Seaport's original maritime heritage field trip Voyage of Explorers. On weekends the tall ships are open to the general public for ticketed Adventure Sails, and occasional special events. Vessel Tours, which take place aboard the tall ships as they are docked in port, take place Friday through Sunday by a $5 suggested donation. 

 

For tickets and more information about Grays Harbor Historical Seaport and its tall ships --including crewing and Membership opportunities-- guests should visit their website at historicalseaport.org or call (800) 200-5239. 

 

 

Tickets available for purchase here:

https://www.historicalseaport.org/public-tours-sails/sailing-schedule/port-orchard-washington/