NEWS LETTER - MARCH

 

FORE and AFT

  From the Executive Director, Robert Hofmann

Dear Friends of the Continental Sloop Providence:

Thirty years have come and gone. Since 1976 when she was first launched, the Continental Sloop Providence has
voyaged tens of thousands of nautical miles ranging from the  East Coast, the Caribbean Islands, the Canadian Maritimes and the Great Lakes. Providence has had a long and distinguished career serving as Rhode Island’s Sailing

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Adria M. Lande joins the Continental Sloop Providence
 as Education Director

In January, the PMHF welcomed Adria M. Lande as
Education Director. Adria has worked with tall ships
Meerwald and Amistad and most recently was the Education Coordinator for the American Sail Training Association.  Fore & Aft had the pleasure of interviewing Adria last month to learn more about sail training and education.

F&A:  Adria, how did you become involved in tall ships? Aren’t you from Idaho?

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Sloop Providence announces its Great Lakes Adventure for the Summer of Berths available for Cadets (ages 12-14) and Midshipmen (ages 15-17)

This summer the Continental Sloop Providence will take part in American Sail Training Association’s TALL SHIPS CHALLENGE in the Great Lakes. Our Cadet and
Midshipmen Academy programs are designed to foster personal growth and teamwork as youth work together towards common goals.

Cadet and Midshipmen Academy programs will be
offered for the following week-long sessions:
Week 1
: July 7-12, Buffalo, NY to Cleveland, OH
Week 2: July 16-21, Cleveland, OH to Bay City, MI
Week 3: July 23-28, Bay City, MI to Green Bay, WI
Week 4: July 30-Aug 4 Green Bay, WI to Chicago, IL
Week 5: Aug 13-Aug 18, South Haven, MI to Port Huron, MI
Week 6This week is sold out: August 20-25, Port Huron to
Sandusky, OH

Click here for more information about our Academy
programs or to print out a  registration form


Providence Maritime Heritage Foundation
welcomes new board members

The Providence Maritime Heritage Foundation is very pleased to
announce the addition of four board members. They are Anne Chapin; Theodore Howell, Esq.; John Mulattieri and Paul W. Redman. They join current board members Richard McAuliffe, Jr., Board President;

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