2022 Summer Schedule

During the summer of 2019 we completed a circumnavigation of Newfoundland over a two month period. Voyageur 10.10 will once again be cruising the waters of East Coast Canada However, are going to slow down the pace , completing a circumnavigation over the two summers of 2022 and 2023. . Now it’s time to discover more of the east coast’s cruising wonders with its remote and barely-touched shores. Join Ken and Carol as they further explore picturesque towns, isolated fishing villages and serene anchorages while cruising and learning.

All our courses  include training in electronic navigation tools, including radar. 

Students also get extensive training in TIDES/CURRENTS, WEATHER & PASSAGE PLANNING

Most courses have night sail training including at least one overnight passage.

There is a maximum of 4 students on each course


Our sailing adventures force us into an environment that challenges the comforts and conveniences that we may be used to. Sailing immerses us into an awesome natural environment within which we maintain our basic needs of life.

Voyageur Sailing offers instruction in the skills required to confidently embrace cruising and make passages under sail.

Leg 1 - Charlottetown PEI to Corner Brook, Nfld, including Iles de la Madeleine
July 3 - July 15, 2022 (12 days) - Approx. 400 miles
Sail Canada Intermediate Cruising certification
Includes one or two overnight passages 
After our safety briefing and boat orientation in Charlottetown we sail to the east side of PEI, then to Cheticamp on Cape Breton, Next we sail to Iles de la Madeleine in the middle of the Gulf of St Lawrence. We will tour the island and rest up for our 170 mile overnight passage to the Bay of Islands on the west coast of Newfoundland. After a few days of cruising the beautiful anchorages in the bay, we will wrap up the course in Corner Brook. 
Cost $ 3,400.00 Cdn + hst not including air or ground transportation 
Leg 2 - Corner Brook, Bay of Islands, Gros Morne
July 17 - 29, 2022 (12 days) - approx. 200 miles
Sail Canada Intermediate Cruising certification
After our safety briefing and boat orientation in Corner Brook we make a short passage into the Bay of Islands allowing the students time to get accustomed to the boat operation. We will spend a couple of nights in the bay checking out some of its beautiful anchorages.We will then make a longer passage north to Bonne Bay to cruise the various inlets of this Bay. Time permitting, our plan is to hike Gros Morne. The course will wrap up in the town of Bonne Bay where transportation is easily arranged back to the airport in Deer Lake.
Cost $ 3,400.00 Cdn + hst not including air or ground transportation
Leg 3 - Gros Morne, Bonne Bay to Red Bay Labrador to St Anthony, Nfld.
July 31 - August 12, 2022 (12 days)  -  approx. 300 miles
Sail Canada Intermediate Cruising Certification
Includes one overnight passage
We start with our safety briefing and boat orientation in Bonne Bay, then head out and explore this beautiful bay and possible get to hike up Gros Morne. From here we head where few cruising boats have ever been, Red Bay Labrador and around the top of Newfoundland where we will most certainly encounter icebergs. the course finishes up in St Anthony. If time permits, we will take a side trip to the Viking villages in L'anse aux Meadows
Cost $ 3,400.00 Cdn + hst not including air or ground transportation
Leg 4 - St Anthony, La Scie, Exploits, Lewisporte
August 21 - Sept 2, 2022 (12 days)  -  approx. 250 miles
Sail Canada Intermediate Cruising certification
After our safety briefing and boat orientation on day one in St Anthony, we will head out on an easy pace as we cruise the remote islands and villages that make up the north east coast of Newfoundland.
Cost $ 3,400.00 Cdn + hst not including air or ground transportation


We understand that each person has his/her own strategy for learning. On Voyageur, various tasks will be explained and demonstrated. We encourage dialogue and repetitive self practice without our continual prompting. Repetitive personal practice will result in both successful and unsuccessful attempts. Some of our best learning takes place after we have made a mistake. Our courses run for two weeks, with a 2:1 student/teacher ratio providing you with the opportunity to build sailing skills and retain them after your course is completed. Although sailing aboard Voyageur may challenge the boundaries of your comfort zone, the end result is a feeling of being empowered to pursue your future sailing adventures.

Check out this video!

Watch a snippet of the fun times we had cruising the east coast of Newfoundland from St. John's to Bonavista in 2012. 

Not always shrouded in fog, we enjoyed sunny days, secluded anchorages and fish boat harbours, where everyone is happy to see you and always ready to lend a hand.

Cannot wait to return!

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