Yellow, Green, and Stripes Sail Nauticus boats chasing a pod of dolphins on a voyage that’s important water quality and happiness. We talk about the Elizabeth River Project and what dolphins swimming up stream means.
Hello, Sailors! We set sail on the Schooner Virginia again! We sailed along the Elizabeth River for a while. See what it’s like to be crew on a tall ship.
Plus, a little bonus!
The Ocearch visited Norfolk and I got to take a tour! Check out their research vessel and hear about how they capture, tag, and study sharks.
We’re setting sail! See what it’s like to haul to raise sails, coil lines, and sail aboard the Schooner Virginia.
Schooner Virginia is a 122-foot wooden knockabout schooner in Norfolk, Virginia. She was restored over the winter 2016-2017 and just started sailing again!
We definitely have the best seat in the house during the Harborfest Parade of Sail. The Sail Nauticus fleet joins the parade behind the Godspeed from Jamestown.
After months and months of work, the Schooner Virginia debuts at the Norfolk Harborfest where she leads the Parade of Sail.
We’re in New York City for the week and didn’t have any sailing opportunities…so we rode the Staten Island Ferry round trip for the stunning view. Plus, It’s free. It’s fun. What’s not to love?
Hello, Sailors! Teaching Middle Schoolers math, science, communication and leadership through sailing at Sail Nauticus Community Sailing Center’s Academy Program.
Hello, Sailors! We’re going to be talking all about fleet sailboat races. What is a one-design race versus a class race? Find out in this video. Plus, I’d love to hear about your racing experiences in the comments below!
I got a GoPro Hero5 Session camera and a Blue Snowball Ice mic for my birthday! I am so excited to share better videos with you.
Birthday Sail. Aboria Luminarium. Adventure Cat. Lifting the spars and anchors back onto the Schooner Virginia via crane.