Kalmar Nyckel at Hudson River Maritime Museum - JRC-DailyFreeman
Tania Barricklo-Daily Freeman
Erich VonHasseln, the second mate and the education coordinator on the Kalmar Nyckel sailing ship demonstrates belaying a line which secures a sail line after it has been raised or lowered.The Kalmar Nyckel is a 141-foot reproduction of the 17th century Swedish explorer ship that served as Governor Peter Minuit's flagship for hte 1638 expedition that founded the colony of New Sweden, establishing hte first permanent European settlement in the Delaware.The tall ship will be at he Hudson River Maritime Museum inKingston, N.Y. through Sunday, August 12 and will be providing deck tours, public sails, and special "pirate sails". Deck tour sails are Saturday, 10am-6pm, Sunday 2pm-6pm. Adults $10, Ages 17 and under $5, free for age 5 and under.

Tania Barricklo-Daily Freeman
Erich VonHasseln, the second mate and the education coordinator on the Kalmar Nyckel sailing ship demonstrates belaying a line which secures a sail line after it has been raised or lowered.The Kalmar Nyckel is a 141-foot reproduction of the 17th century Swedish explorer ship that served as Governor Peter Minuit's flagship for hte 1638 expedition that founded the colony of New Sweden, establishing hte first permanent European settlement in the Delaware.The tall ship will be at he Hudson River Maritime Museum inKingston, N.Y. through Sunday, August 12 and will be providing deck tours, public sails, and special "pirate sails". Deck tour sails are Saturday, 10am-6pm, Sunday 2pm-6pm. Adults $10, Ages 17 and under $5, free for age 5 and under.