Lady Washington Sails
Visiting Tall Ship


Join a two-hour, family-oriented Adventure Sail to experience tall ship handling, sea shanty singing, and maritime amusement with the crew of the Lady Washington. It will be a day to remember!

Eventbrite - Lady Washington Sails


Friday, January 19 4:00-6:00 pm
Tuesday, January 23 4:00-6:00 pm 
Wednesday, January 24 4:00-6:00 pm
Thursday, January 25 4:00-6:00 pm 
Friday, January 26 4:00-6:00 pm 
Tuesday, January 30 4:00-6:00 pm


Adults (Ages 14+): $60.00
Children: $50.00
*Ocean Institute members enter your member ID at checkout to receive a special discounted rate. 

A ticket is required for all passengers, including babes in arms. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

About the Lady Washington:

Launched on March 7, 1989, the Lady Washington was built in Aberdeen, Washington, by Grays Harbor Historical Seaport, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit public development authority. The new Lady Washington is a full-scale replica of the original Lady Washington.

In 1787, after the Revolutionary War, she was given a major refit to prepare her for a unprecedented trading voyage around Cape Horn. In 1788, she became the first American vessel to make landfall on the west coast of North America.

A pioneer in Pan-Pacific trade, she was the first American ship to visit Honolulu, Hong Kong and Japan. Lady Washington opened the black pearl and sandalwood trade between Hawaii and Asia when King Kamehameha became a partner in the ship.

The modern Lady Washington, constructed as a brig, was thoroughly researched by historians and traditionally constructed by skilled shipwrights. She was launched as part of the 1989 Washington State Centennial celebration. The new Lady Washington is a U.S. Coast Guard inspected and certified passenger sailing vessel.

Over the years, Lady Washington has appeared in several motion pictures and television shows, including Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Star Trek: Generations, Once Upon A Time, and Revolution.

For more information about the Lady Washingt visit Gray Harbor Historical Seaport’s website.