The event will take place in the Mansion House, Dawson Street, Dublin 2 on Saturday January 27th from 13.00-15.00.
Our third voyage of 2017, sponsored by Mason Hayes Curran Solicitors, takes place on the 17 July. This time around the journey will take us through West Cork.
The voyage will take place on board of the Spirit of Oysterhaven, where young people will get the chance to learn about Sail training while undertaking a life changing experience.
Keep an eye on our social media channels for updates on the progress of this upcoming voyage.
Our second voyage of 2017, sponsored by SeaFest/ The Marine Institute, takes place from the 02 July until the 07 July, starting from Galway and finishing off in Limerick.
The voyage takes place on board of the Brian Boru. The crew includes young people from Afghanistan, Albania, Bolivia, Botswana, South Africa and Ireland, .
Our first voyage of 2017, sponsored by Callan Tansey Solicitors, takes place from the 25 June until the 30 June, starting from Sligo and finishing of in Galway.
The voyage takes place on board of the Brian Boru. The crew includes young people from Ireland, Syria, Poland, Zimbabwe and South Africa.
At the end of our September voyage, a certificate presentation will be given in order to celebrate both Safe Haven Ireland`s and Sail Training Ireland`s trainees and supporters who joined us both throughout the year.
It will be an opportunity to meet and catch up with new and old friends as well as to reflect on the accomplishments achieved by all trainees in 2016.
The presentation will happen at the Port of Cork Building at 3 pm, on September 9. All are invited to come along.
Our third voyage of 2016 takes place from the 04.09.2016 until the 09/09/2016. It starts from Cork all the way to Glandore.
The voyage will take place on board of the Spirit of Oysterhaven, in where lucky young people (aged 18-25) get the chance to learn about Sail Training while going through a life changing experience.
As we expand towards exciting new directions we felt the need to set up our first ever EGM (Extraordinary General Meeting), which takes place on the 10 August 2016.
Matters discussed include plans going forward, the election of Board Members as well as an evaluation on the scope of our work so far.
Our second voyage of 2016, sponsored by Dublin City Council, takes place on the 31.07 until the 05.08, starting from Dun Laoghaire and finishing off in Kinsale.
The voyage will take place on board of the Spirit of Oysterhaven, where young people aged 16-17 get the chance to learn about Sail training while undertaking a life changing experience.
The Eco Campaign (entitled "Be The Change") mobility exchange on climate issues will take place in Olympos, Antalya, Turkey, from the 24th July until the 31st July.
As a worthy integration initiative, The Erasmus+ funded project involves partners from Ireland, Portugal, Romania and Turkey, facilitating the Mobility of youth workers and youth learners, in the frame of different Mobility sessions. Each mobility session deals with an issue of climate change or environmental protection (water protection, waste, biocide, nature activities, protection of biodiversity and natural parks), revealing their global connectedness and the local opportunities for youth participation and youth action.
Safe Haven Ireland is delighted to be involved in the project this year, as we have facilitated the recruitment of 5 lucky young people to take place in the exchange in Turkey
Our first voyage of the year, kindly sponsored by Mason Hayes and Curran, takes place from the 19.06.16 to the 24.06.16, starting from Dublin and finishing in Cobh.
8 lucky young people (aged 15-17) from all sorts of different backgrounds were chosen as the crew for this voyage. Countries of origin of the participants include Albania, Ireland, Poland, Zimbabwe, DRC and Afghanistan.
On the 4th June, we join the European Youth in Migration Forum (EYMF) as they launch their video about the experiences they had on board of the Spirit of Oysterhaven last summer.
The young people of the group felt like they wanted to thank Safe Haven for the experiences, inparticular of how much they learned about team-work and about themselves during the week-long trip, which took place in August of 2015. From these experiences came the video, which can be watched on the Safe Haven Ireland Youtube channel.
The launch of the video takes place on board of the Morgenster, in the Dublin River Fest 2016.
This meeting regards some funded opportunities for young people aged 15-30 years to take part in Sail Training voyages during 2016, as under Sail Training Ireland. I
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Voyage three runs from 24-28th August in beautiful County Cork! Safe Haven Voyages are placing three young people on board, working with Nasc Irish Immigrant Support Centre in Cork. All three young people will be persons seeking protection through the asylum system and residents in Direct Provision in Cork. The other seven young people on board will be Irish nationals.
The voyage represents an opportunity for both groups to share their life experiences as they take on the new challenge of navigating a 70 foot yacht along the Cork coastline for this five day voyage.
Voyage Two will run in the first week of August 2015.
We have partnered with the Irish Refugee Council's European Youth in Migration Forum (EYMF) who will be running an educational project on board centred around migrant deaths at sea in the Mediterranean. As part of the project the young people will be creating a video during their week on board the vessel.
The voyage will begin in Limerick city and end in Bantry in West Cork. The route will most likely take the crew to picturesque stopover points such as an Daingean (Dingle) and Valencia island - but the exact route chosen will depend on the crew and the weather!
You can read more about the EYMF project here.
Our sail training vessel, the Spirit of Oysterhaven, will dock in Sligo Port on Friday 19th July and remain there for the weekend running various fundraising events to help fund the voyage. On Monday 20th July ten young people from Sligo will board the vessel and take part in a five-day voyage heading South along the Wild Atlantic Way, visiting islands the rugged Irish coastline, two Gaeltacht regions (in Mayo and Galway) before finishing at a convenient port in County Galway.
Safe Haven Voyages' local partner for this project is the CRIB, a project run by the Sligo branch of Foróige. The project's twin aims are integration and regeneration of inner city Sligo.