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COVID-19 Updates

Avast, mateys!
Virtual LEGO Shipbuilding Contest entries due Monday, March 1st
Entries are due 5pm Monday, March 1. Prizes for all ages and skill levels! Build a ship with LEGOs, take a picture and email your entry. OR download free Stud.io software to design a virtual LEGO ship or the Advanced Kit Design Challenge. Prizes announced Saturday 3/6 at 2pm on Facebook live. Get building!
Wilmington Pirate Festival returns July 31
Save the date! Saturday, July 31 the pirates return to the Kalmar Nyckel Foundation shipyard campus. We're brewing up the details so stay tuned and get yer costume ready! ARRR you with us mates?
Winter Crew Training starts March 6th
Learn to sail and join our crew with this immersive class. Registration closed on Sunday, Feb. 14. The Winter class runs March 6-May 8, with virtual Zoom classes plus outdoor hands-on small group sessions next spring (in cohorts) with mentors. Culminates with practice sails on our ship. Questions? CaptainSharon@KalmarNyckel.org
Virtual Education Programs - now booking!
Our virtual school programs will take you to new heights & places you can't see on a sail! Inquire about our education programs: David Livingstone, Assist. Director of Education, David.Livingstone@KalmarNyckel.org
Sailing Season starts Saturday, May 1st
Plan ahead and bring your friends to sail in safe zones by cohort. Get outside and hop on board our fantastic ship this summer! Dates to be announced soon.
Educational Video Series - Free to Teachers and Public!
Produced aboard our Tall Ship, a series of free Educational Videos that bring to life colonial days on ship and shore. For all ages! Learn more from David Livingstone david.livingstone@KalmarNyckel.org
Our Copeland Maritime Center and the ship are closed to the public. Please inquire about virtual sails and field trips for all ages. We plan to offer sails and events this summer. All programs are subject to COVID-19 health practices for the safety of all involved. Masks must be worn at all times on the ship and campus. Please do not visit if you're sick or have been exposed to someone who's been sick. Thank you for your patience as we try to provide adventure and entertainment during the pandemic.

Did you know: That Fort Christina was named for Swedish Queen Christina, who was 12 years old in 1638?

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