‘Pirate’ Ship Seen In Hudson Valley, Heading To Upstate New York
We've got all the details about how you can tour this historic-looking "pirate ship" in a few parts of the Hudson Valley.
Historic Ship Appears On Hudson River In Newburgh, New York
CLICK HERE for tickets in Newburgh. The ship is available for viewing in Newburgh each day between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Historic Ship Coming To Kingston, Ulster County, New York
After spending a few days in Newburgh, New York the ship will sail up the Hudson River and head to Ulster County.
The Nao Trinidad dock in Kingston, New York on the Rondout Creek at the Hudson River Maritime Museum.
"Join us for a thrilling journey through time as we explore maritime history on the Nao Trinidad, the flagship of the Magellan-Elcano expedition, leading the first sailing around the world between 1519 and 1522, which was the greatest maritime feat in history. An expedition that circumnavigated the globe for the first time, opening new routes, connecting continents and oceans, and getting to know the peoples and cultures," Nao Trinidad states on the Facebook event about the Kingston showcase.
All can view the floating museum in Ulster County from Sept. 19 to October 8. CLICK HERE for tickets in Kingston.
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