Students get to travel back in time to the "Age of Sail" and rediscover Delaware's fascinating colonial and maritime history. Our typical ship and shipyard program can handle up to 84 students a day — with three (3) "underway" stations on the ship and four (4) interactive stations on land. The program usually takes about 4 hours. Participants engage in "hands-on history," discovering that learning is fun and that fun can be informative.
Our ship and shipyard programs are available in a variety of formats and can be tailored to meet the academic needs of any group.
Be sure to learn more about our interactive education programing by viewing this short film detailing our "Starting A Colony" program.
Please contact the Kalmar Nyckel Foundation office at 302.429.7447 or firstname.lastname@example.org for program pricing and additional information.
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?