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Mystic Seaport-itinerary

posted Nov 7, 2014, 12:17 PM by Thomas Smith
Scouters
Still spots to signup. We are meeting at Echo at 7:15 AM Sat - 35 dollars a head
The Seaport Sampler program offers a glimpse into life in 1876. Taking a nighttime tour of the Museum grounds, you’ll discover what life was like in a seaport town, and learn about some of the seaside professions of the past. You will also get to spend some time aboard an historic vessel, learning about its history as well as hearing stories about life at sea. The tour is followed up with a pizza snack and a hands-on activity, where your Scouts will get to create their very own sailor’s craft, just like the sailors of the past would have at sea. After a good night’s sleep aboard the historic square-rigged Joseph Conrad, we will have breakfast and get to climb the rigging of the Conrad if weather permits, before your group is free to explore Mystic Seaport for the rest of the day.
Day 1
    • 5:50 – 6:00 p.m.- Meet Mystic Seaport staff in the Main (south) parking lot
    • 6:00 p.m.-  Program begins with an orientation to the program, Mystic Seaport, and theJoseph Conrad
    • 6:30 p.m.- Move on board and practice a fire drill
    • 6:45 p.m.- Activity Period #1: Nighttime Tour of Museum Grounds
    • 7:45 p.m.- Pizza snack
    • 8:00 p.m.- Activity Period #2: Sailor’s Craft (scrimshaw or lanyards, age dependent)
    • 9:00 p.m.- Light’s Out. Sleep aboard the historic square-rigged ship, the Joseph Conrad
    Day 2
      • 7:00 a.m. – Reveille, clean ship, stow gear in cars
      • 8:15 a.m. – Breakfast at the Museum’s Galley Restaurant
      • 9:00 a.m. – Activity Period #3: Rigging Climb (weather permitting) or a sailor’s craft or exhibit tour
      • 9:45 a.m. – Enjoy a day on your own exploring the Museum
      Scouts receive a Mystic Seaport Anchor Watch patch for participating in the program.

      What to Pack
      Lunch
      Sleeping Bag
      FlashLights
      Money for Dinner and Stops going up and Back and 
      Souvenirs
      Personal Gear
      Mr. Smith

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