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Tall Ships 2000 Adventure
Do you get emotional when you read John Masefield's line from Sea Fever... "I must go down to the seas again" Do you yearn to sail the briny ocean blue? If so, you can book your passage on a Tall Ship today for the adventure of a lifetime! (Note: A local innkeeper has booked his on the Russian ship, MIR and we have an exclusive with pics and more -- see 'Tall Ships Adventure Exclusive' below!)

Tall Ship Millenium Challenge
The TSMC is looking for youthful adventurers from 18-25. The mandate of this non-profit organization is to place 500 Canadian young people on Tall Ships to train and race in Tall Ships 2000. Sponsors always welcome!

The Eye of the Wind
This heritage vessel is TSMC's A-Class tall ship entry and one of two vessels manned by Canadian youth. She will sail the entire length of the race and is the only Canadian vessel to do so.

Tall Ship VIP Reception
If you prefer to get your sea legs from a safe harbor and support the Tall Ships while you do it, you can book your passage to the Tall Ships VIP Reception. Includes an engraved commemorative invitation, foods from around the world, the 'grand tour' of the 55,60 meter Bark Europa, and the best view of the fireworks on the Halifax Harbour from her deck.

Boston Bound
If you're booking on as Boston crew, or following the ships to Halifax on the landlubber route from the Bar Harbor ferry, here's what one of Halifax's sister cities has lined up for Tall Ships 2000 week.

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This site shows some of the services and activities at the Petpeswick Yacht Club

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Lou Dickinson
Feb 12 2003

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