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Come aboard One World and have the adventure of a life time! She is a custom built 64' (20 meter) brigantine schooner and is the smallest tall ship in the world. You will have the opportunity to get sailing experience and see what it takes to live life on a working sailing vessel. Don't miss out on the unbeatable sights, a chance to tour the most beautiful exotic locations this world has to offer and the inherent excitement of sailing the high seas. We are now on the move around the world and its time to book your spot.
 

Boat Specifications and Information

One World is a well laid out vessel, she is cozy but has lounging space both above deck and below. Multiple places to relax in hammocks and cushions, and shady hangout spots in the cockpit area.

Berths and Cabins:
There are four double berths on board, two in their own private cabins and two in a shared cabin. In addition there are three single berths with plenty of privacy.  Each cabin is well ventilated and equipped with a fan that keeps you cool (sometimes to coo!) while you sleep.

Heads:

There are two heads (toilets) on board.

Galley and Salon:

She has a large galley which makes cooking an easy and enjoyable experience, and the salon can seat up to eleven. 

Surround Sound Stereo:

One World has an epic sound system on board with speakers and sub woofer above and below deck. The system is able to play any audio device so bring your tunes to share with everyone!

Meals:
We (the crew) cook all the meals. They will vary depending on what we have on board at the time and what is in season. We always welcome the guest that loves to cook and is willing to help out with the daily cooking and share some recipes. We frequently have fresh lobster available for purchase
(if its in season April-October)
Please let us know of any allergies or dietary needs you have before the tour so that we can accommodate you.

Alcohol:
Alcohol is not included in the price of some tours, but we do sell it on board.  Cold beer is $1.50, mixed drinks are $2, and wine is $3.
Private Charters may include alcohol. 

Safety:
She is up to code on all safety requirements and is fully insured for charters. There are life vest for everyone on board and she is equipped with a self inflating life raft. She has several hand held fire extinguishers and an automatic CO2 extinguisher in the engine compartment. One World is built like a tank! She has a steel hull and displaces  55,000lbs (24 tons).  Her heavy weight and wide birth make One World one smooth ride!

We are eco friendly! The boat is powered by solar and wind and we always strive to keep our foot print to a minimum.

One world is truly a joy to sail and live on. She has salty character and provides a safe, cozy and comfortable environment to travel to some of the worlds most breathtaking places.

Interior of the boat 

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Activities Aboard:

Learning How to Sail: Over the duration of the trip you will have ample opportunities to learn some aspects of sailing and achieve a working knowledge of sailing a gaff rigged brigantine schooner. (An unusual sail rigging!) 

Rope swing off the yard arm:
Entertainment for hours! We use some of the rigging to create an awesome rope swing that launches you off the boat and into the cool blue waters of the ocean!

Snorkeling: We Snorkel wherever we get the chance. One World comes equipped with a plethora of snorkel gear in many sizes, but feel free to bring your own.

Games: One World is well stocked with board games and fun activities to play with large groups.

Yoga: For those interested we do yoga on shore. Yoga is a great way to get your body moving after a long sail. It will also help build balance and flexibility which are helpful on board. Most of the sessions are for beginners and no previous experience is needed.

Fishing, Spear Fishing and Lobster Snaring: One World has two spear fishing poles and there is a lot of time to explore the waters and try your hand at sneaking up on a fish! We also troll for fish while under sail.

Art and Beach Jewelry: Get some tips and tricks from Rachele and have a chance to let your inner creativity soar by doing art in an environment that encourages and nurtures the artist within.

Knot Tying and Weaving: The crew has extensive knot tying skills and is more than willing to spend some time teaching the art of knots to anyone interested in this old school sailors past time.


                             


What to bring

  • Sunscreen 
  • Swimsuit, Hat and Sunglasses 
  • Snack food and any specialty beverage you wish. We do not provide snacks so if you are the type of person who likes to snack make sure you come prepared. 
  • Water bottle
  • Limited amount of luggage (we may ask you to separate a day bag specific for the trip to utilize space.  We will store the large bags) 
  • Cash in small bills. It is also a good idea to exchange some currency to be prepared for the port we are arriving in.
  • A good attitude! 
*Our cancellation policy:
Cancel two weeks in advance: Full Refund
Cancel inside the two week mark: Loose your deposit
Cancel 48 hours or less in advance: Loose everything
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SailingOneWorld@yahoo.com
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