Sail With Us at the Port Townsend Wooden Boat Festival!
The Wooden Boat Festival in Port Townsend, WA, September 11-13, is one of the biggest gatherings and celebrations of wooden boats in the world. Sign up today and sail beside other classic crafts operated by some of the most skilled mariners in the region.
Friday, September 11
Saturday, September 12
Sunday, September 13
Get Your Tickets for the Party for Adventuress
Click here to purchase your tickets for the event.
Sail on Adventuress in 2015
Ready to sail in 2015? Adventuress’ sailing season begins in March and we want to share the many opportunities to step aboard this year. Bring your school, youth group, company–or just yourself! We offer a wide variety of day and overnight trips for all ages, as well as a Membership Program that includes FREE sailing on over twenty Public Sails in ports across Puget Sound. Sign up today for:
Register Your Class or Youth Group for 2015
Keep it Green, Local, and Life-changing.
Bring your class aboard Adventuress for a Sound Studies or Sound Explorations sail on Puget Sound. Work with our shipboard educators to craft your ideal program; choose from a variety of lessons that work into your curriculum. While aboard, your group will raise sails, sing shantys and gain an unforgettable on-the-water experience of Puget Sound and its marine life.
Click Here to view a short video in which students share their favorite parts about their time aboard Adventuress.
Register your group today by emailing Amy Kovacs, our Education Coordinator, or calling her at 360-379-0438.
Click here to learn more about our programs for schools and youth groups.
Adventuress is partnering with Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream and the Center for Urban Waters to expand our opportunities for citizen science, as well as to educate people who come aboard about the emerging issue of Microplastics in Puget Sound. Throughought the sailing season, scoopers from Ben and Jerry's volunteer their time during select public sails to scoop ice cream and help our shipboard educators and participants aboard take microplastics samples. We are also taking samples during overnight programs, getting students involved with very relevant citizen science opportunities. We send the samples to researchers at the Center for Urban Waters to be processed.
The following Sound Experience Microplastics Map shows the samples that have been processed to date, and is updated as more samples are inputed! We are grateful to all the partnerships coming together so we can be part of this exciting new research!