[Northkeep] replica of the "Nina" in Muskogee
zahavabathannah at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 22 07:28:17 PDT 2001
Do you know if this is the replica that is normally
docked down in Corpus Christi? I ask because I was
just down there and saw it. It was increadibly well
done. And frankly when I heard they were going to be
using it to teach a 15th century sailing class, I
almost didn't come home!!
--- Donna Hufford <dhufford at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Greetings All
> For those who may have missed the article in the
> Friday Tulsa World, a
> full-sized, hand-built, replica of Christopher
> Columbus' ship The Nina is
> making a 3 week stop at the Three Forks landing
> south of U.S. 62. in
> Muskogee. According to the article this ship is as
> close to the original as
> any ship in the psast 500 years and was built
> without the use of any modern
> power tools. In the photos it looks pretty
> impressive. Tours are open to
> anyone interested and costs are $4 adults, $3.50
> seniors and $3 students
> over 5. Younger children are free. The only number
> provided is for
> teachers wishing to schedule class tours, but I am
> assuming they have other
> information as well---(561) 307-2697. The visit is
> part of a promotion by
> the Port of Muskogee so they may also be a source
> for info on exact days and
> times since that was not listed in the article.
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