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Bill of Rights

Specifications of Bill of Rights
Operations: Cadet Training, Charter, Corporate Team Building, Deck Events, Educational Programmes, Entertainment, Film or TV Production, Historic Re-enactment, Sail Training
Class: B
Rig: 2 Masted Gaff Rigged
Year Launched: 1971
Length Overall (LOA): 136 Feet
Sail Area: 3600 Square Feet
Home Port: Chula Vista, California USA
Permanent Crew: 8
Trainee / Passenger Berths: 24

Schooner Bill of Rights at sail in San Diego Bay

South Bayfront Sailing Association is pleased to have one of the most beautiful schooners in the world today. The Bill Of Rights was built in 1971 by Joseph Davis in the Harvey Gamage Boatyard in Bristol, Maine. She was designed by McCurdy and Rhodes who modeled her after a beautiful schooner of the nineteenth century. From 1971 to 1997 the Bill of Rights graced the New England waters. In 1998, she sailed 5700 nautical miles to her home in Southern California where she has successfully provided an amazing learning environment for thousands of young students and program participants. Today, the Bill of Rights is berthed in Chula Vista harbor and is surrounded by the San Diego Bay national marine reserve. The schooner is available for on-the-water educational day cruises and on the water adventures.

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