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World Ocean School Aboard Schooner ‘Roseway’ Launches its 14th St. Croix Season

Roseway — schooner of the World Ocean School of Boston, Mass. (Source file photo)

World Ocean School has launched its 14th St. Croix season. The organization’s flagship vessel, the National Historic Landmark schooner Roseway, is expected to arrive in Christiansted Harbor before noon on Saturday and after her yearly season of Boston-based programming and transit south.

As always, World Ocean School will offer sunset sails aboard Roseway out of Christiansted Harbor, starting on Tuesday, Dec. 15. In addition, this year the organization has added five days of sails from the Frederiksted Pier, daily, from Dec. 28 through Jan. 1. All sails will take place from 4-6 p.m. For more information and a full calendar of sail dates, visit our website.

Due to the ongoing pandemic, all sails will adhere to firm safety measures, including reduced passenger counts, mask-wearing and a COVID-19 screening survey administered before boarding. For a full list of COVID-19 safety measures, visit our website.

Roseway has persevered through inclement weather patterns and a global pandemic to arrive in St. Croix this year. World Ocean School is grateful for the support of its community during these challenging times and very glad to have Roseway back on the island for another season of sailing and community engagement.

For more information, contact Eden Leonard, president and executive director, at eden@worldoceanschool.org  or mobile 503-999-1555.

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