As the CHARLES W. MORGAN made the turn from Martha’s Vineyard Sound through Quick’s Hole and set sail, it was clearly on the minds of all aboard the Morgan that the final segment of her historic homeward leg on Buzzards Bay was upon us.
We are grateful for the outpouring of emotion and appreciation for the Morgan’s long restoration voyage and the preparation for her return to sea.
As we closed the 2014 fiscal year on April 30, I’d like to thank the entire Mystic Seaport community for making it so successful.
A friend of the Museum recently surprised me with an interesting letter which included a poem by Stephen Vincent Benet called “Clipper Ships and Captains.”
On February 24 and 25, the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) hosted its 6th annual Museums Advocacy Days in Washington, D.C.
We could not achieve all that we aspire toward without the aid and support or our many partners.
The long-anticipated year is now here, and what a busy, momentous one it will be as the final countdown to the Charles W. Morgan’s 38th Voyage begins.
Know thy audience and write or speak directly to them. Perhaps Twain said that, or was it Thoreau?
If you know Mystic Seaport, you know the Rosenfeld Collection…perhaps the finest photography collection of any kind, but certainly the finest maritime.
On September 27 the Members’ Annual Meeting elected the slate of trustees and witnessed the change of leadership from Chairman Richard Vietor to new Chairman J. Barclay Collins II.