The story of Captain William Bligh’s extraordinary leadership and survival skills after the infamous Mutiny on the Bounty is the stuff of legend. We bring the story to life for schools and teachers as a living history programme, linking core subjects in the national curriculum to central themes around resilience, creativity and mindset. A must for any school, college or educationally based programme.
Experience the thrill of sailing and navigating the replica boat that was featured in the Channel 4 TV series, Mutiny. We take all groups of people on unique adventures, from day sailing to 24 hour overnight voyages that includes making camp at a secret location, cooking on an open fire and sleeping out under the stars. Great for team building or groups looking for an amazing experience.
Triple round the world sailor, Conrad Humphreys is an exceptionally talented speaker and storyteller, who uses the richness of his experiences in sport and in business to captivate his audience. An Audacious Voyage is the title of his latest adventure where he recreated the longest open boat voyage in history, Mutiny for Channel 4…
Could you survive a Mutiny? Experience 24 hours sailing Bounty’s End to a secret spot to make camp overnight, build a shelter and experience a taste of what Captain Bligh and his crew suffered.
Would you like to partner with the Bounty Project and support our work with schools across the UK?
This summer we spent two weeks up on the east coast with Pioneer Sailing Trust and Brightlingsea Harbour taking children…