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Avast, mateys!
King Neptune Gala Tickets close Friday 9/21 for Gala on Saturday, Sept 29! Tickets close 9/21!
Our annual King Neptune Gala celebrating our education mission and honoring retiring State Senator Margaret Rose Henry is coming on Saturday, September 29, 5:30pm! Join us for cocktails on our Tall Ship, live music, silent and live auctions, gala games, lavish buffet and food stations and the King Neptune Award presentation at our Tatiana and Gerret Copeland Maritime Center!
Nyckel Night Dogfish Head Happy Hour on our Tall Ship! Tickets on sale now
Raise a drink to a great sailing season at our dockside Happy Hour with Dogfish Head cold brews, snacks and fun on Friday, Oct. 5 from 5:00-6:30pm at the Kalmar Nyckel Shipyard and Copeland Maritime Center. Your first beer is on us (must present ID)! $20 per person to benefit the ship's foundation (a charitable donation) Free parking. Book your spot today!
Sail on Kalmar Nyckel in Wilmington this Fall - watch the 6ABC-TV (video)
Hop on board Kalmar Nyckel before the sailing season ends! Day and Pirate Sails on September 22 - October 20 (mostly weekend dates). Relax and enjoy! 6ABC Philadelphia Anchor Karen Rogers visted the ship in May to learn more with Captain Morgens and our crew (link to video above).
Kalmar Nyckel Documentary Earns 2018 Emmy Nomination!
KALMAR NYCJEK: The Forgotten Journey, the feature documentary that we co-produced with Glass Entertainment Group, was nominated for a 2018 Mid-Atlantic Emmy. This is a testament to its exciting narrative, beautiful cinematography, and rich history. We are honored to be included in the highly prestigious and competitive Documentary category -- up against six other films. We share our gratitude & congratulations with the entire cast, crew and everyone associated with the film. The Emmy's will be held on October 13, 2018. Stay tuned for more details!
LECTURE "Saving the Ship That Saved the Union" - Thursday, Nov 1, 6:00pm
William Hoffman, Director of Conservation and Chief Conservator, USS Monitor Center and The Mariners' Museum will present a behind-the-scenes look at America's famous Civil War ironclad, the ship that saved the Union fleet in the 1862 Battle of Hampton Roads, and changed the future of naval warfare. Will Hoffman and team in Newport News, VA have studied and saved priceless artifacts recovered from the wreck of the Monitor. Limited seating. Advance registration recommended. $10/Member, $20/Non-member, $30/Patron. Book online (link above) or call 302-429-7447, weekdays 9am-5pm.

Did you know: That Peter Minuit died in a Caribbean hurricane in August of 1638 on the first voyage back to Sweden, but that Kalmar Nyckel survived?

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