Race 4

Boston - Charlottetown, Canada

21st Jun 2017 - 2nd Jul 2017

Join the boat in Boston, on the 21st June, when you will have a day to explore the city and enjoy the Tall Ships Festival before we race to Canada. You will then have a couple of days ashore to sample the hospitality, maritime heritage and culture of a Canadian host port before leaving the boat.

Embarkation: Wednesday 21st Jun 17
Disembarkation: Sunday 2nd Jul 17
Days Sailing: 8
Days in Port: 3
Vessel: Blue Clipper


Under 25's: £800.00
Twin en-suite Cabin £1100.00 Luxury Suite £2189.00

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Day to Embark:Wednesday 21st June 2pm.

Day to Disembark:  Sunday 2nd July 10am

Festival Days:

22nd June:            Boston                             Ships Undocking.
30th June              Charlottetown                  Tall Ships Festival
1st July  :               Charlottetown                 Tall Ships Festival
Join Maybe Sailing on board Tall Ship Blue Clipper for the 4th race of the Rendez-vous 2017 Tall Ships Regatta. Racing from Boston, the capital city of Massachusetts to Charlottetown, Canada’s birthplace.


Boston is the capital city of Massachusetts.  Founded in 1630, it’s one of the oldest cities in the USA.  The key role it played in the American Revolution is highlighted on the Freedom trail, a 2.5 mile walking route of historic sites that tells the story of the nation’s founding.  Boston has a wealth of maritime history – both past and present. 

Important Information

Getting There
Nearest Airport: Logan International Airport

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VISA Requirements
All non US or Canadian trainees require a C1-D VISA.  Please apply early for your VISA as it requires an interview at the US Embassy.  Please contact for a letter of support for your VISA application and for the ships details. 


Charlottetown is the capital city of Prince Edward Island.  The essence of the city is the quality of life.  Situated on the beautiful Charlottetown harbour with boardwalks that stretch almost the entire southern exposure of the city. Charlottetown is a clean and safe family community, which also happens to be the centre of activity, amenities, shopping and entertainment in Prince Edward Island. Enjoy a stroll on National Historic Great George Street; sit amongst the trees on Victoria Row or shop till you drop on Queen Street.

Important Information

Getting There
Nearest Airport:               Greater Moncton International Airport (163km)
                                         Halifax Stanfield International Airport (298km)
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VISA requirements:
An Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) if travelling to or through Canada by air. You need to apply online at An eTA costs C$7 and is valid for five years or until your passport expires, whichever comes first. 

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