• Draft: 13′ 9″
  • Beam: 24′ 6″
  • Tons: 134
  • Hull: Oak

Organization: Schooner Adventure


One of the last surviving Grand Banks dory-fishing schooners. The Schooner Adventure is a national treasure that has resumed active sailing as an icon of the American fisheries and as a floating classroom for maritime history and education programs. The Schooner is operated along the New England coast, as a living monument to Massachusetts’ fishing heritage. As such, the Schooner Adventure is important not only to Gloucester, but also to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and all America.

Adventure is a National Historic Landmark, and portrayed the Schooner “We’re Here” in the 1977 television adaptation of Kipling’s “Captains Courageous.”


  • Who Sails: Youth, Adults, Scouts, Elementary School, Middle School, High School, College, Other: Descendents of Gloucester fishermen; residents of Gloucester, Cape Ann and the North Shore of Boston.
  • Program Type: Passenger Daysails, Private Charters, Dockside Interpretation, Maritime History, Special Needs, Team Building
  • Normal Cruising Waters – Winter: Waters around Gloucester and Cape Ann, Massachusetts
  • Year Launched: 1926
  • Number of Crew: 10
  • Name of Contact: Stuart Siegel, Executive Director
  • Phone: 978-281-8079
  • Website: https://schooner-adventure.org/