Built in the great tradition of the wrecking vessels that were used in Key West in the 1800's, The Key West Schooner was launched in 1935 and is a National Landmark. She is the last sailing cable ship in the world and the last example of a coastal schooner made in the U.S. Come aboard and stand on a piece of history!
Learn about the history and lore of the last wooden sailing vessel built in Key West. Listen to the stories and adventures of the wreckers, pirates, and the first settlers of the area as you sail under the power of the Gulf Stream winds. If you are the kind of person that likes to do more than watch, the crew invites you to lend a hand. There's a lot to do aboard a large sailing ship and able hands are needed to raise the sails, heave lines and take the helm. This isn't a ride, it's the experience of a lifetime!