[QUOTE=farmerfalconer;192381]Sadly, No. That’s reserved for actual crew.
I’m sure it is. A few months at sea on an old sailing ship would probably do a lot of good to my generation.
An interested note that my “guide” shared. There are more tall ships in the world than there are good crew for them. So maybe there is some hope if I play my cards right.
The Hawaiian Chieftan, the Lady Washington, and the Tres Hombres take on crew for tall ships training. There’s another one that is engaged in ecotourism around Vancouver Island somewhere, but I don’t know her name or if she takes on crew. Hawaiian Chieftan and Lady Washington go to festivals and such. Tres Hombres is a working ship. She takes traditional trade items from the Caribean to Europe and luxury goods from Europe back to the Caribean, at a premium because they are eco-traders. I think they also are certified as a school. Lovely ship, too. I saw her in Great Yarmouth, painted up like a gypsy wagon, pretty as a picture.