Come sail with us in 2019!

On mobile: Click the blue box below to book.

See the Schedule

Looking to book a sail for a group of 12 or more? Click here.

 

Check back regularly as new public sails are posted frequently.

 

A photo of the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater's foredeck while sailing on a clear, sunny day on the Hudson River near Yonkers. Photo by Alon Koppel

Hudson River Sloop Clearwater sailing near Yonkers on a clear, sunny day. Photo by Alon Koppel

Looking for a unique gift for an environmentalist, sailor, teacher or hard to shop for friend or family member? Gift certificates for a Public Sail are sure to impress!

Public sails give you a chance to:

  • Experience the Hudson River and its shores from a new perspective!
  • Join in “all hands to the halyards” to help hoist the sails to the rhythm of a traditional sea chanty
  • Steer the boat with the 11-foot tiller
  • Meet the crew of a working tall-ship and visit their living quarters below deck
  • Experience the Clearwater tradition of a moment of silence and reflection
  • Enjoy (or sing along with) music provided by the crew
  • Learn about the Hudson River’s history, biology and environmental concerns
  • Relax and enjoy being out on the water

Ticket Prices*:

$50 Adults

$35 Members

$15 Kids (12 & under)

*Ticket prices may vary by event

Become a MEMBER and save!  Individual members receive 2 discounted sail tickets per Public Sail. Family Membership holders are entitled to receive 6 discounted sail tickets per Public Sail.

If you are having trouble purchasing your tickets online, just give us a call at 845-265-8080 ext. 7107.

Check out our Facebook and Instagram pages for frequent updates on the sloop.

 

Please be sure to visit our Frequently-Asked Questions page

and reference Clearwater’s cancellation policy.

 

Looking for a unique gift for an environmentalist, sailor, teacher or hard to shop for friend or family member? Gift certificates for a Public Sail are sure to impress!

Questions? Email us, sail@clearwater.org

Funded in Part by the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area