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Public Day Sail Students: Please read the “Day Sail Student Registration/ Waiver Form”, complete and submit the registration/ waiver form to us before your sail. The registration/ waiver form must be filled out completely, signed, and either emailed to email@example.com, mailed to 150 E Front St, Erie, PA 16507, or faxed to us at 814.455.6760/ Attn: Day Sail Department- Day Sail Student Registration/ Waiver Form (Typeable PDF Form)
For more information contact our Day Sail Department at 814.452.2744 ext 222 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
As part of the Erie Maritime Museum’s commitment to outreach and education, Niagara offers educational sailing experiences to school groups, encouraging students to explore Erie’s maritime heritage and understand the science of sailing. Maximum capacity on-board: 60 day sail students, including teachers/ chaperones. Student groups 12 to 16 years old must have one (1) adult per five (5) students. For more information contact Outreach & Education at 814.452.2744 ext. 225 or email@example.com.
Niagara’s corporate sails offer a one of a kind team building experience for you and your employees. Niagara’s structured curriculum builds cooperation by encouraging your employees to work together in a unique environment. For more information contact 814.452.2744 ext. 222 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Niagara is owned by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and administered and operated by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission with the assistance of the Flagship Niagara League, a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation. She acts as a sailing ambassador and representative of the Commonwealth.
Niagara is inspected by the United States Coast Guard as a Sailing School Vessel (SSV.) Sailing School Vessels may charge tuition for participation in education programs, but are prohibited from carrying passengers for hire. SSVs are built and certified to different regulations for design, construction, and safety standards than passenger vessels.
Sailing School Vessel Trainees (unlike passengers) learn a sailing related curriculum and are expected to be responsible and active participants in the sailing of the vessel. While the ship, completed in 1990, has modern auxiliary power, navigation, and life-saving equipment, the working of the ship and the living conditions on-board are authentic.
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