∗Kajama is a permanent attraction on Toronto’s waterfront and is NOT included in the tall ships deck tours boarding pass. To book a cruise aboard Kajama visit Tall Ship Cruise Ships Toronto
Set sail and make memories on the Kajama. The three-masted schooner has been cruising on Toronto’s waterfront since 1999. Built in Germany in 1930 as a cargo vessel, she sailed in the North Atlantic for three decades through western Europe, Norway and Russia before being sold to a man in Denmark. It was this man who gave her the name “Kajama”.
Boat cruises aboard the 165-foot tall ship are offered every weekend from May to September and daily from June to Labour Day. Onboard, guests can enjoy drinks and a delicious meal from Kajama’s full bar and restaurant. Guests are also encouraged to learn the ropes, literally. Visitors can help hoist the sails, man the foredeck and steer the ship.
Vessel Type: Passenger ship
Home Port: Toronto, Ontario
Sail area: 4,630 square feet
Sparred length: 165’
Rig Height: 110’
Power: 298 kw