2019 Sarnia Tall Ships Tickets on Sale
By Tourism Sarnia Lambton
Just In Time For Christmas 2019 SARNIA TALL SHIPS ® CELEBRATION TICKETS ON SALE NOW
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Sarnia, ON – December 3, 2018, Just in time for Christmas!! The City of Sarnia and Tourism Sarnia Lambton are pleased to announce that tickets for the 2019 Sarnia TALL SHIPS® Celebration are on sale now! Tickets can be purchased on-line at www.sarniatallships.com.
Also starting this Friday, December 7th, you will be able to purchase tickets at Tourism Sarnia-Lambton, 1455 Venetian Blvd, Point Edward (across from the Best Western) and on December 10th, they will also be available at The City of Sarnia Parks and Recreation Department, 255 Christina Street North
Sarnia, 3rd floor.
Ticket Pricing Information
A General Admission Pass allows you to enter the festival and view all the ships, but does not allow you to board the ship for deck tours;
- General Admission Pass Saturday August 10th $10.00 + HST
- General Admission Pass Sunday August 11th $10.00 + HST
- General Admission Pass Weekend Pass - Saturday August 10th & Sunday August 11th $16.00 + HST
- General Admission Group Pricing for 20 or more August 10 - $9 + HST
- General Admission Group Pricing for 20 or more August 11 - $9 + HST
- *Children under 5 are Free
A Ship Boarding Pass allows you to enter the festival, view the ships and board every ship for deck tours – Limited number of boarding passes will be sold;
- Ship Boarding and General Admission Pass Saturday August 10th $15.00 + HST
- Ship Boarding and General Admission Pass Sunday August 11th $15.00 + HST
- Ship Boarding and General Admission Weekend Pass - Saturday August 10th & Sunday August 11th $25.00 + HST
- Ship Boarding and General Admission Group Pricing for 20 or more August 10 - $14 x HST
- Ship Boarding and General Admission Group Pricing for 20 or more August 11 - $14 x HST
- *Children under 5 are Free
The Sarnia TALL SHIPS® Celebration, part of the Great Lakes Series, will take place August 9-11, 2019. Private functions will take place on August 9th, followed by public viewing on August 10th - 11th. Sarnia’s waterfront will be transformed into a nautical wonderland with a fleet of tall ships positioned along the shores of the St. Clair River in Centennial Park. Joining the Bluenose II will be the Picton Castle, also based in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. This ship has travelled the world and is a fully certified and registered Cook Islands tall ship whose mission is deep-ocean sail training and long-distance education voyages. It is also a 181-foot, three-masted vessel, currently sailing through Bali, Indonesia on its seventh voyage around the globe. Other confirmed participating tall ships include Empire Sandy, Fair Jeanne and Appledore IV.
“An event of this magnitude cannot be possible without the support of our community, sponsors and our volunteers and we look forward to working with all our partners and stakeholders in the coming months to make this an incredibly memorable event for all”, said Vicky Praill Special Events and Sports Marketing Co-ordinator for Tourism Sarnia Lambton. “We are aware of the impact that an event of this magnitude can have on our community and we are committed to welcoming our visitors and showcasing our community and our sponsors”.
ABOUT TALL SHIPS AMERICA
As a national membership organization, TALL SHIPS AMERICA supports the people, ships and programs of sail training and tall ships through professional development grants, sail training scholarships, conferences, education, publications, regulatory and licensing information, public events and advocacy. Tall Ships America organizes the TALL SHIPS CHALLENGE® annual series of tall ship races and maritime port festivals to celebrate our rich maritime heritage and traditions and to inform the general public about the transformative power of adventure and education under sail®.
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For additional information and interview requests, please contact:
Special Events and Sports Marketing Co-ordinator
Tourism Sarnia Lambton
Phone: 519-336-3232 or 1-800-265-0316
Director, Parks and Recreation
City of Sarnia
Phone: 519-332-0527 Ext. 3200
This article was posted Monday, December 3, 2018 12:04 PM
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