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The Half Moon is a full-scale, operating replica of the Dutch ship of exploration that Henry Hudson sailed in 1609. It is a traveling museum that conducts programs about the unique history of the Dutch colony called New Netherland.
August 29-31, 2014: Albany-Verplanck Transit: After spending a month out of the water receiving maintenance and upgrades at the Port of Albany, the Replica Ship Half Moon is back in the Hudson River! As the school year starts, the crew is on board to take the ship downriver to Verplanck in preparation for the imminent Fall Voyage of Discovery.
June 27-29, 2014: Athens Sail Training Weekend: The Replica Ship Half Moon has been sitting peacefully at Peckham Wharf in Athens, NY for the last two months, where a steady stream of volunteers has been busy adjusting the ship's rigging and installing material improvements, such as a new helm hutch! This weekend, however, we had a full crew on board for a weekend of maintenance and sail handling.
April 12-13, 2014: Verplanck-Athens Shakedown: Spring has sprung and the Replica Ship Half Moon has launched the 2014 operating season! After spending days on board de-winterizing the ship, our volunteer crew spent the weekend testing the Half Moon's systems as the ship traveled upriver from its winter berth at King Marine in Verplanck, NY to its summer base of operations at Peckham Materials in Athens, NY.
Indians of the Hudson Valley: The New Netherland Museum's third interdisciplinary curriculum is on its way! Click here or on the link to the left for more information.
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