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Located at the Mystic Seaport museum, this whaling ship has been around for more than a century! It is a piece of time restored for our viewing pleasure. There's lots of information about this ship and it's pretty awesome to be able to walk on...More
I applaud the historical preservation effort but was disappointed by the staff member on the ship answering questions. Wife had many, many questions and politely waited as someone else was asking questions. Finally walked away disappointed because staff member seemed more interested in talking about...More
A wonderfully well kept capsule of a bygone time, with enough details, and locals people on boat to tell you what is not marked down on signs. It helps understand in a detailed way a different lifestyle that was important to past generations. An absolute...More
This is a beautiful ship. You actually get to go on it and go downstairs to see what the living quarters looked like. They held a demonstration on the folding of the sails, and it was very interesting. If you are a tall person, you...More
My family of five saw this ship while at the Mystic Seaport. You can also see this ship in the distance from the Mystic bridge and at the sea view snack shop. Really interesting experience to be able to go on this ship and explore....More
The demonstrations were extremely interesting and even held the attention of younger children. Since this ship had stairs and a metal gang plank, my mother was able to get on this ship. Was excellent to see exactly how the anchor was lowered and kept taught...More
We were able to tour the boat as part of the cost of the museum visit. Knowledgeable staff. We were able to go all over the ship and see what it must have been like for the people who served aboard it.