Cape Town, South Africa
April 9, 2018
Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda
May 24, 2018
From continent to continent – an Atlantic adventure like no other!
There are loads of exciting potential stops on the way including St Helena, famous as Napoleon’s last place of exile, Ascension Island, which was declared a Marine Reserve earlier this year with its own unique frigate bird and Fernando De Noronha.
Fernando de Noronha with a population of just over 2,000 will be the most populated place that you may visit after leaving Cape Town until Tenacious’ arrival in the Caribbean. It is a world heritage site because of its importance to the environment and is famous for the abundance of its marine life particularly its turtles, dolphins and whales. If the winds hold true and fair, it is expected to have time to visit one or two Caribbean islands before arrival at Antigua.
Book your voyage on Tenacious today and join the crew of this iconic, ground-breaking tall ship. Tenacious is the largest operative wooden hulled ship in the world and turns heads wherever she sails. She was built by 1,500 mixed physical ability volunteers and includes special features not found on other ships (including wheelchair lifts, a speaking compass, and a joystick to enable everyone to helm the ship) which make her fully accessible and fully inclusive for everyone onboard.
Your voyage will be a working adventure holiday and everyone onboard is encouraged and enabled to take a full and active role in crewing the ship (including everything from setting the sails, climbing the mast, helming the ship and lending a hand in the galley). You will be part of a crew that changes lives – integrating between different physical abilities, generations and backgrounds.