Who Sails Enterprize?
Melbourne Day Reenactment
Volunteers on Australia Day 2012
History Lessons for School Groups
Primary and Secondary Schools
Enterprize is an organisation run almost entirely by volunteers – apart from the Master, all crew on deck are there simply for the love of sailing.
Our many volunteers are from all walks of life - from doctors to mechanics and from riggers to archaeologists. They all share a common passion for Enterprize, its safe operation and delivering its unique experience to all who sail with them.
They spend many hours repairing, maintaining and cleaning the ship - a lot of time is also given to self training in the ‘art’ of tall ship sailing. Some go further and undertake marine training courses to qualify for Enterprize’s more ‘adventurous’ operations – such as voyaging in Bass Strait.
Whether your interest is sailing, costuming, maintenance or just the sheer romance of tall ships, we'd love to have you!
Come along to one of our bi-monthly information nights!
Volunteer information evening dates:
Tuesday 10 March 2020
Monday 27 April 2020
Held at our Docklands office
Please provide your name, email address and mobile telephone number.
Volunteer Information Nights are obligation free.
Volunteers must be over the age of 16.
(16 and 17 with parental permission)
You will need to have attended our Info Night (see above) and come on a sail with us, to ensure that Enterprize is for you before attending an Induction.
There is a $80 fee for induction, which covers your crew shirt and training manual.
Bring a pen and notebook, closed shoes, and clothing to weather.
Contact the Office to book for Induction Training after you have attended an Information Night.