Henry Hudson's Half Moon Replica

New London CT Harbor

23 March 2015


We spotted an article in the morning paper today about this visit to New London by the Half Moon.  She was on her way to Massachusetts but was forced into New London by weather.  I can't imagine sailing the open seas in a tiny vessel like this!  See their website for more info.  http://www.halfmoonreplica.org/

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The left hand photo is a very modern high speed ferry to Block Island.  The right photo remembers the Battle of Groton Heights in 1781




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