Sailors' Series 2017: Speakers Share Adventures at Sea - March 23 and April 6

By New Bedford Whaling Museum | Mar 10, 2017

Experience adventures at sea during the New Bedford Whaling Museum’s 2017 Sailors’ Series lectures. You’ll be at the edge of your seat as mariners tell gripping accounts of seafaring thrills.

Individual lectures
Members $15 | Non-members $20
Series tickets
Members $54 | Non-members $72

Call: 508-997-0046 x100
Online: Click here for tickets

March 23  Once around the North Atlantic

Vicotr Pinheiro

Victor Pinheiro
Sail with Victor aboard Maravilha from Padanaram Harbor on a 9000-mile loop around the North Atlantic Ocean, making stops on the islands of Madeira, Gran Canaria, St Lucia and Horta-Faial-Azores. This story is about fulfilling a life-long dream to cross the Atlantic Ocean and return home again; the emotion of making landfall on the very island from which Victor’s family emigrated; and the stunning beauty of our planet as experienced from a small boat in the middle of a large ocean.


April 6  The Great American Loop

Sham and Josh

Brothers 2: Sham and Josh Hunt
In six weeks, Sham and Josh Hunt journeyed 3,370 miles on their Ray Hunt-designed, 26′ Black Watch, Whale & The Bird: 2860 miles by boat, 510 miles via portage, encountering  117 locks along the way. Sailing out of Westport, Massachusetts, they traveled on the Hudson River to the Erie Canal, the Trent Severn Waterway in Ontario to Chicago, along the Illinois, Mississippi, Ohio and Tennessee Rivers, across Florida and South to Charlotte Harbor.

Sponsored by

Northeast Maritime Institute Foundation

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