The Tabor Boy Project

Welcome Aboard!

For over 50 years, the schooner Tabor Boy has taken young Tabor Academy students to sea under sail. This remarkable ship has played a significant role in helping Tabor Academy transform adventurous teenagers into confident young adults.

The Tabor Boy Project is a living history project and social network by and for Tabor Boy sailors and supporters. While it will help create and preserve the rich stories that make up the schooner's history, it will also connect shipmates that have been "lost" for years.

If you have EVER sailed aboard Tabor Boy as a student, crew, parent, guest or Sea Ranger, for an hour, day, week, semester or year(s), please tell your story(s), comment on other's stories, post pictures and videos and invite shipmates to be part of this living history / storytelling archive. It's easy, fun and you can't break it!

Hop aboard and let's tell the Tabor Boy story together!

Latest Activity

James Hutton left a comment for Andrew Bennett
"Welcome aboard Andrew, I think I was taking the SATs during the weekend you described with the bow sprit parting. I remember heading out the following Monday and seeing it, wow!  I hope you enjoy catching up with some of our other shipmates and…"
Mar 4
Andrew Bennett is now a member of The Tabor Boy Project
Mar 4
James Hutton left a comment for Kim Barnhill
"Welcome aboard Kim! I hope you enjoy the site and perhaps reconnect with some old shipmates. Please post any pictures that you may have from your time aboard the TABOR BOY. Again, welcome, Jamie "
Jan 29
Kim Barnhill is now a member of The Tabor Boy Project
Jan 29
James Hutton left a comment for Roger E. Hammer Jr.
"Welcome aboard Roger! I hope you have fun exploring the site and perhaps reconnecting with some old shipmates. Please post pictures that you may have from your time aboard the Tabor Boy. BTW, I noticed that you are from Oriental. Did you know that…"
Nov 25, 2018
Profile IconMark Wasilewski and Roger E. Hammer Jr. joined The Tabor Boy Project
Nov 25, 2018
James Hutton left a comment for Steve Brandidge
"Welcome aboard Steve! I hope you enjoy viewing the pictures and reading the posts. Hopefully you will reconnect with a few old shipmates. Please post any pictures that you may have from your time aboard. Again, welcome, Jamie '79"
Aug 28, 2018
Steve Brandidge is now a member of The Tabor Boy Project
Aug 28, 2018
R.C.Glover III updated their profile
Aug 13, 2018
James Hutton commented on Rob "Swabby" Atkinson's photo
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"Thanks so much for posting the pamphlets and Buckaroo engine manual. Terrific! "
Jul 19, 2018
Rob "Swabby" Atkinson posted photos
Jul 19, 2018
Rob "Swabby" Atkinson commented on R.C.Glover III's blog post A CALL FOR BUCKEROO PICTURES
"Buckeroo's Palmer Engine manual."
Jul 18, 2018

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Started by Charles Barns (Barney) Davis Jun 12, 2013.

1960 Newport to Bermuda race 6 Replies

Started by Charles H Jacobus. Last reply by Charles H Jacobus Sep 30, 2013.

Duane Minton 2 Replies

Started by Ian O. Malin. Last reply by James E. Geil Mar 19, 2009.

Status of Joseph Smart 9 Replies

Started by John Crocker. Last reply by Jim Potdevin Jan 23, 2010.

Please tell us about your sail training experiences 5 Replies

Started by Peter A. Mello. Last reply by Peter A. Mello Dec 15, 2008.

A collaborative storytelling / living history project about the tall ship Tabor Boy by Sea-Changes Foundation and Sea-Fever Consulting LLC.

 

Members

Student Profile: Aidan M

Tabor Boy: 100 Years at Sea by John Rice

Blog Posts

A CALL FOR BUCKEROO PICTURES

et al: AND ESPECIALLY OLD CREW ERA;

I am looking for any pictures anyone has of the Capt's gig - BUCKEROO

Please search your old files and let me know if you would share them with me, it will be for a good cause.

Please if you have any PM me! Thanks.

Capt Bob Glover

Posted by R.C.Glover III on July 15, 2018 at 8:58am — 2 Comments

Tim Manning

Shipmates of Tim Manning - Sorry to report that he has passed away. He was 4 years ahead of me at Tabor and was a great influence on my decision to sail on the Tabor Boy with my father. He also took care of my sisters and me, as youngsters, before I went to Tabor and, of course, my father, Cap Glaeser, thought very highly of Tim and his family. Smooth sailing Tim.......

Posted by Dale Glaeser on June 22, 2018 at 6:47pm

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