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Charles W. Morgan Returns To New Bedford [GALLERY]

The Charles W. Morgan returned to New Bedford and the Southcoast for the first time since it's departure in 1941.

Special thanks to all of the listeners who sent in pictures as the Charles W. Morgan sailed into the Whaling City's harbor! Enjoy!

 

Photo by Karen Vilandry of Fairhaven
Photo by Karen Vilandry of Fairhaven

More Photos Of Charles W. Morgan

WBSM listeners were kind enough to send us more photos of the Charles W Morgan making its way to New Bedford. Here's one from Karen Vilandry of Fairhaven who took this shot from Fort Phoenix just as the ship cleared the Hurricane Barrier

This next photo shows the Morgan in the outer harbor, near Butler Flats Lighthouse

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Greg Desrosiers/TSM - Mayor Jon Mitchell aboard the Charles W. Morgan waving to the crowd of hundreds gathered at New Bedford State Pier.
Greg Desrosiers/TSM - Mayor Jon Mitchell aboard the Charles W. Morgan waving to the crowd of hundreds gathered at New Bedford State Pier.

Charles W. Morgan Arrives In New Bedford

After nearly 80 years of waiting, the oldest surviving whaling ship is back in New Bedford.

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“Charles W. Morgan” Countdown Celebration

The New Bedford Whaling Museum invites you to celebrate the highly anticipated arrival of the whaleship Charles W. Morgan with a free event for all ages. The "Charles W. Morgan " Countdown Celebration will take place on Wednesday, June 25, from 2:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the Whaling

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Greg Desrosiers/TSM - Mayor Jon Mitchell along with Whaling Museum President James Russell and Patrick Murray from Bristol County Savings Bank
Greg Desrosiers/TSM - Mayor Jon Mitchell along with Whaling Museum President James Russell and Patrick Murray from Bristol County Savings Bank

Charles W. Morgan Homecoming Donors Recognized

The country's oldest commercial ship will be docking in New Bedford in just over a month.

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Photo - Mystic Seaport
Photo - Mystic Seaport

Mystic Seaport Hires Skipper for Morgan Voyage

 

Mystic Seaport has hired a veteran mariner to helm the restored Charles W. Morgan whaling ship.
 
    Richard "Kip" Files, of Rockland, Maine, will lead the 172-year-old wooden ship as it sails to ports across New England next summer. The

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