Schooner Ardelle

Schooner Ardelle

23 Harbor Loop | Gloucester, MA 01930


Join us for a sail on an authentic, indigenous traditionally built, Cape Ann vessel out of Gloucester’s historic waterfront. Our passengers agree that the schooner Ardelle is a delight, fast and sleek, comfortable and stable.  She was Designed and built, and is owned and captained by National Heritage fellow Harold Burnham. During our trips we often share our knowledge about our region’s fishing, shipbuilding, and cultural heritage. The Ardelle is available for public sails, private charters and educational programs. For more information please call Harold Burnham at 978-290-7168 or email us at


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