Join The Tall Ship ‘Maybe’
Join the Tall Ship ‘Maybe’ as they explore the Irish Sea. With support from Dublin City Council the Dublin sail training bursary scheme voyage 2 is set for 2017! This voyage is for 18-30 y/o from the Dublin, Kildare, Wicklow areas. Leaving Carlingford Lough we head South along the coast of Ireland. Become the crew of Tall Ship Maybe, involved in every aspect of sailing a classic Tall Ship; without you, the sail’s won’t go up and the boat won’t move! You will be involved in hoisting sails, ropework, steering, keeping watch, cooking in the galley and general duties on board. You will learn skills in team work, communication and leadership and make new friends, building confidence and having fun. There will be opportunities to visit quite secluded bays, and swim in the Irish Sea! See amazing scenery. Spot amazing wildlife and birds. But, most importantly, have a fantastic adventure which you will share with new friends and will be etched in your memory forever.
Dates: 11 Jun 2017 to 17 Jun 2017 (5 days)
Route: Carlingford/Drogheda to Dublin
Trainee Capacity: 12
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Sail Training Ireland is the National Sail Training Organisation of Ireland and a Charity with Youth Development at its core. Our aim is to make Sail Training voyages on Tall Ships and Sailing Vessels accessible for the young people of Ireland.
Sail Training Ireland is a member of Sail Training International and represents Ireland on the International Council and Board of Trustees of Sail Training International.
Patron: Michael D Higgins, PRESIDENT OF IRELAND
Kindly Supported By:
Dublin Port Company and Dublin City Council
The Role of Sail Training Ireland
Sail Training Ireland is available for your assistance and information but does not directly operate any vessels or voyages.
Sail Training Ireland acts as a referring organisation for the ship operators and as an administrator for various streams of funding. Once the referral has taken place Sail Training Ireland is not responsible for the running and operation of the resulting voyage that may take place thereafter. It is important to be aware that sail training is an adventure activity in an intense environment at sea, which, by its nature, can be both mentally and physically challenging and carries with it some inherent risks. Sail Training Ireland can offer no warranty as to your suitability to the experience. Responsibility for all aspects of the voyage including safety lies solely with the vessel owner/operator and the ship’s master. If there are any medical, behavioral or other details that are important for us to be aware of in terms of your safe participation in a voyage, it is your responsibility AND that of your parent/guardian/nominating organisation to declare this information to us. We will do our utmost to identify a ship that can accommodate your needs.
Sail Training Ireland
Port Centre, Alexandra Road,
Dublin 1, Ireland
Tel: 01 855 9597