This past Saturday, our incredible crew of volunteers braced Wavertree's yards to a port tack in preparation for the South Street Seaport Museum's 50th Anniversary Benefit on September 19th.
Wavertree may have returned from her restoration in 2016, but there’s still lots to do. Join our crew of volunteers and maritime professionals where you’ll learn the art of caring for, and maintaining, our newly restored tall ship, as well as many other traditional maritime skills. Preservation activities include work in her interior compartments, cabins, and miles of rigging!
Visit our website to learn more: goo.gl/U9jkzr
Wavertree's miles of rigging are my faaav.
Please post a pic of the whole ship! I bet she looks great with her yards braced around.
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