Learning by Sailing
What could be more enjoyable than a traditional sailing adventure on a historical ship and improving your English skills? You can do exactly that on our trip on the „Elegant“ on the Baltic Sea. We will also visit beautiful islands and cozy harbors in the Danish Baltic Sea. The adventure begins at lunchtime in Stralsund and will dock at a different port in Germany or Denmark every evening. Beautiful islands and cozy harbors in Germany and the Danish South Seas await you.
On board you will experience a mix of language training (will be integrated into the daily routine), sailing, relaxation, games, sports and fun. In the ports we also offer a leisure program, e.g. with excursions or team games. You don't need to know anything about sailing, all meals are prepared together, the languages on board are English and German. As camp diary you write every evening in your personal logbook - of course in English.
The luxurious two-masted clipper "Elegant" is perfectly equipped for our English Camp on the high seas and offers plenty of common areas and quiet corners on and below deck to let your soul dangle.
Here you can practice your English while sailing, relaxing, visiting the Danish isles and having fun. No sailing skills required, all meals will be prepared together, the languages on board are English and German. Every evening you can write in your personal log book. The „Elegant“ will dock in Stralsund around lunchtime on the last day.
- The beautiful „Elegant“ has a great saloon, a galley, several 2 to 4 person cabins and a cozy sitting area on deck.
- Shared shower and WC
- Ages: 13 - 17
- Arrival between 11:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m., pick-up between 2:00 p.m and 3:00 p.m.
Available Camp Dates
Currently, all camps are fully booked. New camp dates will follow.
* Berlitz Language Camps are according to §4 Section 21 a) and b) german UStG tax exempt from VAT.
We accept the following payment methods. Please note, that SEPA payment is only available for German accounts.
What our customers say
Tessa attended English camp in Wenzigerode last week, and even though she was by far the youngest and most clueless (in regards to English), she had a lot of fun. The horses and other animals were a big hit, of course, but she was also able to pick up a few words of English and is already thinking about going to another camp this summer. I thought the camp was very well-organized (beforehand and during). Sam Watt was a dependable and good director.Silvana, Kids Language Camp Wenzigerode