We encourage people to purchase tickets in advance so they can go directly to the ticket gate and not have to wait in line to purchase tickets first. There is NO guarantee that any certain type of ticket will be available at the gate for purchase. Tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Patrons should plan accordingly. Day Sail tickets are popular and limited and have a tendency to sell-out well in advance of the actual event. Please plan accordingly.
Yes, you’ll be able to avoid standing in a lengthy ticket purchase line by purchasing in advance. You’ll also receive festival updates prior to the event, which might include parking and shuttle information.
The ticket office will open each day at 8:30am and will be located near the event entrance.
With the exception of Day Sails, kids 4 and under do not require a ticket. ALL PASSENGERS on Day Sails require a ticket.
All ticket levels include the opportunity to see the World’s Largest Rubber Duck, up close.
No, there is not a ticket limit, but 10 is the maximum number of tickets available per transaction.
A ticket is for one person only and must be retained by that person. Tickets cannot be transferred to another individual.
Approximately 9:00 a.m. on Sunday.
Note: Start time is subject to the ships’ individual travel speed, we cannot publish an exact time.
Day Sails are approximately 90 minutes in length.
No, ships have limited accessibility to those with physical disabilities. Customers boarding ships must walk up a gangplank.
No coolers, cans, bottles or beverages are allowed into the Festival grounds. Exception: special food related to a health or medical condition, and food for feeding a baby. All items are subject to search prior to entrance.
Yes, patrons may wear costumes, but weapons (even plastic replicas) are not permitted.
Service Dogs will be permitted into the Festival grounds, but pets will not.
No backpacks are allowed in to the festival. Purses, diaper and camera bags will be subject to inspection at the entrance gates.
Non-commercial photography and video is allowed. Commercial and media photographers should contact [email protected].
Yes, you may visit SailTraining.org’s Fleet Tracker to see the progress of any ship that has tracking enabled. This function will not be available until close to the event date.
Each ship sets their own course based on many factors and we cannot predict if they will be visible or not.
If you have a question that has not been addressed on this page, please contact us via email or via social media.
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