Follow the Journey

Class Afloat Sailing
T-minus 1 day Until Graduation – Student Takeover Day

Who said that the last few days after final exams should be restful days where our only focus should be cleaning up and packing up? As we anchored off Scheveningen and prepared for our upcoming grand arrival and family reunions,…Read More

Enric Russia Blog
Russia was my Favourite Port

It’s actually incredible to think that Class Afloat was able to go to Russia. Many students were looking forward to that port. Let me explain to you how the customs in Russia were as they looked very Russian. You have…Read More

Alex Russia Blog1
From Russia to Estonia

As we slowly motored out of the port of St. Petersburg, we passed by hundreds of huge housing blocks where hundred of thousands of people lived squished together. Block after block after block, every building looked the same; grey, ugly…Read More

Rose Poland Blog
Once Upon a Time in Poland…

Something really cute happened whilst we were in Poland. I will always remember Easter in Poland. We had a ship wide easter egg hunt that morning. Lots of chocolates for everyone, thanks to Joe’s mother. It made us feel a…Read More

Copenhagen, Denmark: Best Port Program – Ever.

While motoring into the city of Copenhagen, we were greeted by one of the largest bridges in the world connecting Malmö, Sweden with Copenhagen, Denmark. It was a beautiful day, the sun was out, not a single cloud in the…Read More

Holly Sailing Blog
The Wonders of Watch

Living on a tall ship while studying is something that many cannot imagine, let alone are able to share as their story for a year. This is something that I am immensely grateful for. I always enjoy port time: eating…Read More

Water Hero 2
To Poland in Two Parts

It was the most cinematic moment of my life.

Penelope Sailing Blog 1
A Special Connection: Our North American Crossing

When you’ve been living on the ocean for a little while, you develop a deep connection, a unique bond with your surroundings that allows you to feel utterly connected with nature.

How Sails Affect Me

There are many factors that contribute to how a sail affects me emotionally, and physically.

London, United Kingdom
Magical London

With our food stores diminished after 18 days at sea, we passed through the locks and under bridges into London where we left in the masses to explore.

Rosalie Sailing Blog
A Truth About Sailing

If you are like me, watching from the sidelines, not being a part of the action, is just something I don’t like.

Margeaux London
Dear London, I’ll be Back

Having five days to visit a place filled with art, culture, history and good food by ourselves was making everybody incredibly happy.