Time for Reflection

While change in Cuba – and in its relationship with the United States – has been underway for many years, the death of former President Fidel Castro underscores the complexity of this challenge.

Charleston Thanksgiving

Here’s a post from Captain Christopher Flansburg as the Harvey Gamage celebrates Thanksgiving in Charleston, S.C.

DC: Old and New Friends

The Harvey Gamage sailed up the Potomac and docked within a mile of the U.S. Capitol for three days of meetings with key Administration and Congressional officials. 

St. Mary's College of Maryland

A highlight of our week in the Chesapeake was a day sail today with two dozen students from the St. Mary’s College of Maryland.

Thanks to Pettit & Suzuki

As the Harvey Gamage nears the yachting hub of Annapolis, we want to reiterate our gratitude toward two of our earliest corporate sponsors: Pettit Marine Paint and Suzuki Marine.

Skyscrapers and Everything!

It was a warm and blustery sail through Hell’s Gate and up the East River as the Gamage passes under the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge.

Setting Course for Cuba

Last night, the Harvey Gamage pulled away from a slip in Portland to launch our 2016-2017 educational programming along Cuba’s southern coastline. 

World-Class Portland Welcome

After a glorious day sailing beside the Bowdoin to kick off three days of international meetings on the Arctic last week in Portland, it was wonderful to hear from Dana Eidsness, the chair of the state-wide host committee.  


Here’s the Gamage, alongside the iconic & restored Bowdoin, preparing in Castine, ME for our Oct. 4 sail into Portland to welcome hundreds of international diplomats visiting Portland for high-level meetings of the eight-nation Arctic Council.


We were pleased to participate this past week in Sail Portsmouth.  After a successful Parade of Sail with the Oliver Hazard Perry, here’s a nice shot of the Harvey Gamage on a sunset public sail in Portsmouth Harbor.