The Story so far..
Letter from Georgina
Windeward Bound Poem
Port Davey & Recherche
Special Voyages and Events
A Gallery by Col Pearson
A Gallery by Jocelyn and Alex
A Gallery by Sophie
A Gallery by Jocelyn and Alex (2)
A Gallery by Jeff40
A Gallery by Georgina
A Movie - The Colony
Welcome to Windeward Bound
The sounds of a sailing ship on a calm night, the thrill of handling heavy weather, dolphins diving before the bow, broadening your horizons, making friends, learning to respect, trust and care for the sea and your crew mates, gaining a real sense of achievement– imagine all this and you are just beginning to imagine the adventure of participating in a voyage on the Windeward Bound.
You will visit remote islands, sheltered pristine beaches, hobnob with whales, dolphins, seals and other wildlife, visit some of the world's great natural wilderness areas, eat well, sleep well, and have the time of your life.
The Windeward Bound is a brigantine, modern, but traditional below decks and entirely traditional on and above deck. This beautiful brigantine has become a National Icon and has been described as a National treasure.
She has circumnavigated Australia emulating the discoveries and honouring the 1802 voyage of Matthew Flinders, whose logs and journals provide the earliest observations of many parts of the Australian coast. The ship has also sailed to New Zealand and back and is a true blue-water square rigger.
The voyage and adventure is about you learning how a square rigger is sailed, re-visiting places discovered by Matthew Flinders and other early explorers and places not normally accessible by any other means.
What's News at Windeward Bound
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Join us for Tall Ships 2013
Book now to take advantage of a special "early bird" booking price for passage in this historic event!
Ship on slip for annual survey
Winde will be hauled out again this year in June for her annual hull inspection. Stay tuned for photos and updates!
Sail The Derwent
aboard Tasmania's largest tall ship
1:00 - 4:00
Saturday & Sunday
Spring Port Davey trip dates!
Sail to one of the wildest and most remote locations on earth. The next voyage to Port Davey will be November 8th to 15th, inclusive. Book now!
Latest crew training updates
Two of Winde's crew are currently at the AMC studying marine engineering. Click here to find out more!
Winde crew member receives international award
Third Mate Matthew Morris recognised by Sail Training International
The Windeward Bound Trust
GPO Box 1330, Hobart Tasmania 7001
0418 120 243
0409 961 327
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