Kalmar Nyckel: Sailing a 17th-century Colonial Ship into the 21st Century
Kalmar Nyckel: Sailing a 17th-century Colonial Ship into the 21st CenturyOnline
Samuel Heed, Senior Historian & Director of Education of the Kalmar Nyckel Foundation, will give a talk on the original Kalmar Nyckel, which served as Peter Minuit’s flagship for the Swedish expedition that launched the colony of New Sweden in 1638. Today’s Kalmar Nyckel, built in Wilmington, and first launched in 1997, is called "The Tall Ship of Delaware". It serves as a full-scale replica of the original. Learn about both ships in this educational talk via Zoom.
Registration is required. A Zoom invitation with a link and meeting ID will be sent in the initial confirmation email. Please save this email, as you will need it to access the Zoom event. Not familiar with Zoom? Visit https://zoom.us/ for more information. Watch this short Youtube video on how to join a Zoom meeting. Participants can also dial into a meeting via phone and listen if they do not have a computer or smart phone.
- Tuesday, May 11, 2021
- 2:00pm - 3:00pm Eastern Time
- South Coastal Public Library