Quentin Snediker, Director of the Henry B. DuPont Preservation Shipyard

Quentin Snediker, director of the Henry B. DuPont Preservation Shipyard at <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HPU22" title="Mystic Seaport" href="/topic/arts-culture/mystic-seaport-HPU22.topic">Mystic Seaport</a>, inspects the framing timbers and planks in the forward hold of the 168-year-old Charles W. Morgan, the last surviving whaling ship in the world. Snediker is overseeing a three-year, $6 million restoration of the wooden ship.
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( STEPHEN DUNN / HARTFORD COURANT / June 16, 2009 )

Quentin Snediker, director of the Henry B. DuPont Preservation Shipyard at Mystic Seaport, inspects the framing timbers and planks in the forward hold of the 168-year-old Charles W. Morgan, the last surviving whaling ship in the world. Snediker is overseeing a three-year, $6 million restoration of the wooden ship.

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