Alma Doepel

The ship is now alongside the wharf outside Shed 2 in Docklands where the new engines, tanks, masts, rigging and a vast array of equipment will be fitted in and on the ship. Further details may be found at:


Melbourne’s tall ship Enterprize is a replica of the 1830 topsail schooner.  It was launched in 1997 and operated by a volunteer crew.   She provides an authentic 19th-century sailing experience for all Victorians.

For details visit Enterprize.

picture of tall ship called young endeavour

One and All

One and All sails out of the port of Adelaide. Join the ship in one of the many events during the year from Open Days, Event Exhibitions, Day Sails to Voyages, or join as a volunteer.

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Picton Castle

Crew opportunities available.

This incredible tall ship will be visiting Australian and New Zealand around July to August in 2025. Planning is under way for the next world voyage by way of Cape Horn. In March 2024, Picton Castle was in South Africa, during her 8th world circumnavigation.


Stad Amsterdam

Crew opportunities available

Berths are now available on the Stad Amsterdam, scheduled to arrive in Sydney on 20 August and Brisbane on 2 September to sail on to Denpasar.

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Zephyr 1873

Australia’s oldest yacht has been saved and will receive a full restoration.

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Geelong Wooden Boat Festival 2026

7 – 9 March 2026

The Victorian Wooden Boat Festival is being hosted by the Royal Geelong Yacht Club over the Labour day long weekend, 7th – 9th March 2026. This bi-annual event holds a unique place in the culture of our city, celebrating Australia’s maritime heritage and local history through the wonderful world of wooden boats.

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Young Endeavour Tall Ship

Young Endeavour Voyages

2024 voyage information now available.

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James Craig 1874 Tall Ship

This year the James Craig is celebrating her 150th anniversary!

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To track Tall Ships and other vessels in our bay.

Ocean Education Centre

Visit this TSV project involving the use of tall ships in marine science and research, education, as much more.

PoWAG Action Group

PoWAG campaigns for improved infrastructure to ensure Hobson’s Bay is a safe harbour and a preferred recreational boating destination.