Fair Jeanne

They loved it when they were cruising together. So will you!

Fair Jeanne

The brigantine was designed and built between 1979 and 1982 by the Pirate of the Adriatic, Captain Thomas G. Fuller, a Canadian naval war hero. Captain Fuller named his ship after his wife, Jeanne. The two sailed together aboard Fair Jeanne, travelling as far as the Adriatic Sea. Today it’s a training vessel for Bytown Brigantine, a local Ottawa charity that works to instill confidence and leadership in youth through square-rigged sailing.

Vessel Type: Passenger and sail-training vessel
Flag: Canada
Home Port: Ottawa, Ontario
Rig: Brigantine
Draft: 6’ 6’, with hydraulic centreboard 13’
Beam: 24’ 6”
Sail area: 4,000 square feet
Sparred length: 110’
Rig Height: 80’
Power: 235 HP diesel
Hull: Fiberglass on steel

Fair Jeanne Website

Boarding Passes
Boarding passes go on sale in early 2019. A boarding pass gets you on board all of the visiting ships for one day. Prices increase after June 1st, 2019.

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