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Virtual Auction & Party

Evening Under Our Sails

Saturday, October 3, 2020

Hoist a drink from anywhere! Register today for our free, festive Virtual Auction and Cocktail Party to benefit the Kalmar Nyckel Foundation and our education mission (in lieu of our annual King Neptune Gala)! Your support is appreciated now more than ever!

Our online auction with easy mobile bidding opens on Friday, September 25 (one week early) for all to explore.

An Evening Under Our Sails

Virtual Cocktail Party and Auction

to benefit

The Kalmar Nyckel Foundation and
our education mission
 
Saturday, October 3, 2020

Zoom Pre-Party 5:30PM

Virtual Cocktail Party 6:00-6:45PM

Free admission

Join us for a virtual fundraiser,
including special guests, fabulous auction items,
ship footage, and a salute to previous recipients
of the King Neptune Award.
LIVESTREAMING from the Copeland Maritime Center!

Cocktail attire or flip flops optional


RSVP by September 28 to be entered for a

chance to win a gorgeous Andrew Hanna ship photograph,

a pair of Kalmar Nyckel sailing passes and ball caps ($400 value).

RSVP online or by mail to receive auction and party links,

plus special Kalmar-crafted cocktail recipes, and party details.


Questions? Call Mary Ann Connelly (302) 429-7447 

Email mconnelly@kalmarnyckel.org

Jan Ross, jan.ross@kalmarnyckel.org and 

Our Mission

The Kalmar Nyckel Foundation is a non-profit educational organization with the mission of preserving and promoting the cultural and maritime heritage of Delaware and the Delaware Valley for the education and enrichment of all. The Foundation is a volunteer-based organization that built, owns and operates the Kalmar Nyckel.

Background

Launched in 1997, Kalmar Nyckel serves as a floating classroom and an inspirational platform that offers people of all ages a variety of sea- and land-based recreational and educational experiences. The Foundation also serves as a catalyst for social and economic development and outreach in and beyond the state of Delaware.

The Tatiana and Gerret Copeland Maritime Center, opened in 2015, offers educational opportunities and a year-round destination for schools as well as the public to experience hands-on learning, museum quality galleries, private event and party space, and workshops for maintaining the ship.



Kalmar Nyckel : Events : Virtual Auction & Party

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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