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Where is Kalmar NyCkel? Thank you to all who came out and sailed with us this 2014 season! We had a great time and hope you did as well. Stay tuned for next years sailing schedule to come Spring 2015!
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The Kalmar Nyckel Joins the Wilmington ART LOOP-- December 5, 2014
Join the KNF as we celebrate the opening of our new Copeland Maritime Center with our first gallery exhibition. "To the Sea" is a photo exhibition by artist and Kalmar Nyckel crewmember, Andrew Hanna. "To the Sea" captures the interplay of light and color to illuminate the experience of sailing a 17th-century square-rigged ship. This body of work highlights the power and complexity of the ship, the foreign world to which she brings her sailors, and the quiet beauty of the ship at rest.
Holiday Gifts for Adventurers from Kalmar Nyckel
Sailing passes for the 2015 season are on sale now with a special holiday treat; purchase your 2015 sailing passes before December 31st, and we will give you “Heading Home,” the poster created by local water colorist Robert Nickle, a $25 value. Place your order by calling the Kalmar Nyckel Foundation office at 302-429-7447. Other gift items are available for purchase. “Heading Home” is available for pick up at the office or for an $8 additional shipping and handling fee.

Did you know: That Fort Christina was named for Swedish Queen Christina, who was 12 years old in 1638?

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