2011 Nautical Archaeology Lecture Series

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011 6:00 pm Room 202, Francis Hall (FRAN)

Francis Hall

“Early 17th Century Sailing”

The rigging and sailing of an early 17th century ship, based on the current work with the warship Vasa.
By Captain Olof Pipping, Research Associate, The Vasa Museum

“The Ghost Ship: An Intact Dutch Merchantman from the 1640s”

Sailing and sinking a 17th century merchant ship.
By Dr. Frederick Hocker, Director of Research, The Vasa Museum


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