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COVID-19 Updates

Avast, mateys!
Virtual Cocktail Party & Auction - early bidding is OPEN! Register today!
Kalmar Nyckel's first Virtual Auction with easy mobile bidding is open! Register today for our free, festive Virtual Cocktail Party on Sat. Oct. 3 from 5:30-6:50pm to get party links and Kalmar cocktail recipes. All are welcome!
BOOK NOW - Limited Fall Sails & Private Parties on our Ship!
Sail on the weekends of October 2nd and 9th while tickets last! Just 20 passengers per sail with zones & masks. Plan a Private "Family" Sail for up to 15 guests for $600 (an amazing deal)! Events are weather dependent and subject to COVID-19 guidelines. Book by phone only 302.429.7447 weekdays 9am-5pm.
Virtual Field Trips - now booking!
Our Virtual Field Trips 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
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
We plan to reopen to the public October for sails! This is subject to change, based on Delaware's COVID numbers. Please do not come if you're sick or have been exposed to someone who's been sick. Masks must be worn at all times on the ship as well as on campus. Sailing passengers must be age 9 or older. Social Distanced locations on the ship are identified for your safety, but crew and other guests may pass by eachother to operate the ship/get to the designated socially distanced spots. We are not opening our snack bar this season. Additional disinfecting is scheduled before each sail, and hand sanitizer will be available on board. Thank you for your patience! We are trying our best to provide some adventure and entertainment during these unusual times!

Did you know: That Peter Minuit died in a Caribbean hurricane in August of 1638 on the first voyage back to Sweden, but that Kalmar Nyckel survived?

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