Seaport Visitors Walk Across The Bow

Seaport visitors walk across the massive bow of the Charles W. Morgan, the last surviving whaling ship in the world. The vessel, built in 1841, is undergoing a three-year restoration and sits in dry dock at the Henry B. DuPont preservation shipyard at Mystic Seaport. The wooden sailing ship is open to seaport visitors throughout the restoration.
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( STEPHEN DUNN / HARTFORD COURANT / June 16, 2009 )

Seaport visitors walk across the massive bow of the Charles W. Morgan, the last surviving whaling ship in the world. The vessel, built in 1841, is undergoing a three-year restoration and sits in dry dock at the Henry B. DuPont preservation shipyard at Mystic Seaport. The wooden sailing ship is open to seaport visitors throughout the restoration.

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