Homeport: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Year Launched: 1982
Sparred Length: 110’
Sail Area: 4,500 square feet

Brigantine Fair Jeanne was built between 1978 and 1982 by Captain Thomas G. Fuller, nicknamed "Pirate of the Adriatic" during second world war. The Fuller family built the Fair Jeanne in the backyard of their Ottawa home. She has been the family’s private yacht, sailing the world’s oceans for more than ten years. Nowadays the Ship sails mostly in the Great Lakes area where she offers a Sail Training program for youth. People between 15 and 18 years old can come on board for a development program. In addition to sailing, Fair Jeanne trips offer opportunities to learn leadership, confidence and self-reliance.

Available for Deck Tour only.