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Charles W. Morgan Press Kit
The Charles W. Morgan is the last of an American whaling fleet that numbered more than 2,700 vessels. Built and launched in 1841 in New Bedford, Massachusetts, the Morgan is now America’s oldest commercial ship still afloat – only the USS Constitution is older. The whaleship came to Mystic Seaport in November, 1941 and more than 20 million visitors have walked her decks since her arrival. After more than five years of restoration, the Morgan sailed on her historic 38th Voyage during the summer of 2014.
- Charles W. Morgan History
- Charles W. Morgan Restoration
- The 38th Voyage
- 38th Voyage Itinerary
- 38th Voyage Traveling Dockside Exhibition
- Following the Morgan by Boat
- Charles W. Morgan Launch – July 21, 2013
- Ric Burns’ Keynote Address at the Morgan Launch
- U.S. Senate Passes Resolution Commemorating the Morgan
Video for Download
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- B-roll from the Charles W. Morgan’s arrival at Mystic Seaport August 6
- B-roll from the Charles W. Morgan sailing among whales on the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary
- B-roll and sound from the Charles W. Morgan‘s homecoming in New Bedford
- B-roll video of highlights from the Charles W. Morgan‘s 38th Voyage to date
- B-roll video of the Morgan‘s restoration
Charles W. Morgan Image Bank
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