S.S.V. Tabor Boy

S.S.V. Tabor Boy

Part sail training vessel, part classroom, and part lab, the Tabor Boy is a unique educational asset of Tabor Academy.

The Tabor Boy is a ninety-two foot, gaff-rigged, two-masted schooner that has been a part of the school since 1954. She is one of two Coast Guard inspected vessels in her class that operate in the Northeast United States.


Above Photo: Furling sail off Cuttyhunk  “Out of your bunks and into your trunks,” announces Holly Francis, the Executive Officer, and with that we begin another wonderful day. After our normal routine of morning calisthenics and a game of keep…


Above Photo: Learning about the intertidal zone on Bull Island in Hadley Harbor The students started the day off with morning calisthenics and dip at 0600. They played a game of keep-away with the Waboba ending in a Port watch…

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