In March 2018, Picton Castle will begin an epic seventh world circumnavigation. Join the ship as a trainee for the full year-long voyage or for a leg of the voyage!
Beginning in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada, Picton Castle will sail south for the Caribbean, through the Panama Canal, to the Galapagos Islands, islands in French Polynesia, the Cook Islands including Rarotonga and Palmerston Atoll, Vava'u in the Kingdom of Tonga, a number of islands in Vanuatu, Bali, Rodrigues, Reunion, South Africa, Namibia, St. Helena, a number of Caribbean islands and Bermuda before returning to Lunenburg in May 2019.
This voyage is open to men and women ages 18+ of all nationalities. No sailing experience is required, just good health and the desire to be a working part of the crew.
Sign aboard for a special voyage from Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada to Charleston, USA to Bermuda to Boston and various ports in Canada, including Summerside, PEI; Sept Iles, Quebec; Baie Comeau, Quebec; Quebec City; Norris Point, Newfoundland; Louisbourg, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia; Lunenburg, Nova Scotia; Digby, Nova Scotia; and Saint John, New Brunswick.
A majestic fleet of international tall ships, including Picton Castle, will sail together, racing and cruising in company, to the various ports that make up the Rendezvous 2017 Tall Ships Regatta, organized by Sail Training International.
Unlike other voyages where you are required to sign on for months at a time, you can sail aboard Picton Castle for just a few days on this voyage. Use your vacation time to fulfil a dream!
This voyage begins April 22, 2017 and runs until August 27, 2017. Men and women ages 16+ of all nationalities are welcome to apply.
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