ELISSA DAY SAIL
Join us for a one-of-a-kind outdoor adventure sailing alongside the 1877 Tall Ship “Elissa”.
As one of the oldest, and longest continuously sailed vessels in the world, the annual day sails
keep her where she works best, with her sails out, sailing in the Gulf waters.
2021 dates are April 9 through 12 and 16 through 17.
Sea Star Base Galveston will host under-sail outings that shadow "Elissa" during her majestic day-sails from the Galveston Historical Seaport (formerly named Texas Seaport Museum) into the Gulf of Mexico.
You'll be able to witness the beauty and majesty of this historic three-masted Iron barque from the deck of one of our 4 sailing vessels, including the 51' staysail schooner Gazelle; the 57' C&C sloop La Isla (familiar to all Harvest Moon Regatta participants); the Freedom 39' cat-schooner Salsa II; and the 40' catamaran Luna Sea.
Space is limited to 6 passengers per boat. Lunches will be provided. Guests are encouraged to raise and lower sails as well as take the helm or simply sit back, relax and enjoy the ride as dolphins play on the bow
and sea birds soar overhead.
Bring your camera for once in a lifetime shot!
Limit of 6 passengers per boat and there will be four boats.
Friday, April 9th - Base Departure 8:00 AM
Saturday, April 10th - Base Departure 8:00 AM
Sunday, April 11th - Base Departure 8:00 AM
Monday, April 12th - Base Departure 8:00 AM
Friday, April 16th, - Base Departure 8:00 AM
Saturday, April 17th - Base Departure 7:00 AM
We should be back to Base by 4:30