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COVID-19 Updates

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Announcements
KALMAR NYCKEL Fall Events
Stay tuned for fall sails or ship appearances starting 9/26 & 27 and weekends in October. Events are weather dependent and based on public health guidelines due to COVID-19. Visit this site, follow us on Facebook or call 302.429.7447 weekdays 9am-1pm.
Book a Virtual Field Trip this summer!
Virtual Field Trips will take your campers to new heights & places you can't see on a sail! Inquire about education programs: David Livingstone, Assist. Director of Education, David.Livingstone@kalmarnyckel.org. Decisions on future operations will be based on government and public health guidelines.
Copeland Maritime Center closed for public tours
Our Maritime Center is closed to the public until further notice due to COVID-19. We look forward to re-opening. Small group visits are available by appointment only. Please check back, follow us on Facebook/Kalmar Nyckel or call 302.429.7447 for updates. Decisions concerning operations are based on the guidance of Local, State, and Federal officials.
Fort Christina Park - Open Tuesday-Sunday through Labor Day weekend
Enjoy a beautiful Wilmington landmark and green space while learning about the colony of New Sweden, the Kalmar Nyckel's first voyage, a stop on the Underground Railroad, and more. Self-guided and tours with an interpreter available. Open Tuesday- Saturday 10am-4pm and Sundays 12-4pm.
KALMAR NYCKEL Ship Store online
Get your KALMAR NYCKEL t-shirts, ball caps, pirate wear, DVD, and book online here or call 302.429.7447 weekdays 9am-1pm.
KALMAR NYCKEL Gift Cards for all occassions!
A gift card purchase will support the Tall Ship of Delaware today and allow you to plan ahead for this fall or next year (good thru Oct. 2021)! Choose Wilmington or Historic New Castle sails. Order online or by phone 302.429.7447 from 9am-1pm.
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! To learn more please contact David Livingstone david.livingstone@KalmarNyckel.org


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


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