September 25, 2014

2018 Summer Voyage

The 2018 Impossible Dream Summer Voyage

This June, Impossible Dream and her mixed-ability crew will travel close to 4,000 miles from Florida to Maine and back to Florida. She will provide free sails to over 1,000 people with disabilities along the entire East Coast and will be partnering with the nations leading rehabilitation hospitals to welcome patients aboard to experience a day on the Impossible Dream.

Along the way, we will be welcoming disabled sailors to come sail on legs of the journey. If you or a loved one are interested in sailing on a portion of the voyage, please fill out our application below.

At each port of call, we will be hosting a fundraising campaign to sponsor the Impossible Dream visiting and providing free sails in each location.

To support the Impossible Dream’s 2018 Summer Voyage, please visit our fundraising page below and donate!

Donate to our 2018 Summer Voyage!

2018 Summer Voyage Schedule*

Miami Depart: June 20th
Annapolis, MD 28th- July 2nd
Baltimore, MD 30th- July 2nd
Philadelphia, PA July 3rd – 7th
New York, NY July 8th-13th
Martha’s Vineyard, MA July 15th-20th
Provincetown, MA July 20th – 22nd
Kennebunkport, ME July 23rd – 25th
Portland, ME July 26th – 30th
Belfast, ME July 31st – August 5th
Newburyport, MA August 6th – 10th
Boston, MA August 11th – 18th
Newport, RI August 18 – 25th
Mystic, CT August 26th – 1st
New York, NY September 3rd – 11th
Kingston, NY September 12th – 19th
New York, NY September 20th – 24th

Tour dates and ports of call are subject to change*

Application For Guest Crew For Impossible Dream’s 2018 Summer

In 2018, the Impossible Dream will be accepting a select number of individuals with varying disabilities to crew onboard for legs of the 2018 Summer Tour. Over the years we have been delighted to welcome many guest sailors with disabilities to join us on our 4,000+ mile journey from Florida to Maine. To be crew onboard the Impossible Dream for her summer tour is an amazing experience which involves all aspects of sailing. Guest crew members need to be able to crew onboard for the entire leg they sign up for. The duration of each leg can vary from one night to an entire week onboard without stepping onshore. Guest crew will receive there own accessible cabin with a shared head. Crew will be expected to help prepare meals, maintain boat, welcome day sailing guests onboard, and sail the boat! Previously sailing experience is not required but is recommended. We ask that all potential crew, please fill out and submit the questionnaire found below. 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

| Receptions & Tours |
Check out the boat and become a part of our network. Exchange ideas, learn about universal design and expand your perception with other engaged, active individuals.

| Barrier Free Sailing |
Whether for a day sail or an overnight passage we reach out to and are approached by people from local community boating centers, veterans’ associations, children’s hospitals, access communities, disability organizations, and partner non-profits that pursue a better quality of life for people with disabilities and their families.

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