Returning Home

If all goes as planned the Charles W. Morgan will return home next Wednesday after her 38th and most likely last voyage. Sailing into Mystic will mark an amazing moment. History has been forever changed. I am very fortunate to have been a small part of marking the past few years down in her honor.—Dominick

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New Bedford Bound

Another drawing from the Morgan‘s test run two weeks ago. Having seen her without her rigging for a few years as she was being restored, the art and the science of the sails and rigging was that much more profound. Hard to imagine how someone came up with the set up. She is bound for […]

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At home

I had the honor of traveling alongside the Charles W. Morgan last week as she made a test run with full rigging and sails. What a difference to when she was on dry dock being restored. She certainly looked at home even if she was just off shore. Looking forward to the next leg of […]

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More Sails

Another drawing from the sail setting weekend at New London on the Charles W. Morgan. For this drawing I was standing on the dock but very close to where they were added the sails on the jibs. It was a strange and incredible point of view. This particular drawing is of the first sail attached. […]

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SAILS

Putting the sails on the masts of the Charles W. Morgan in the port of New London! I can’t wait to go again for the Sea Trials! This has been an amazing reportage event. Actually seeing the Charles W.  Morgan with sails on her 38th Voyage on the sea will be absolutely incredible! Margaret Hurst

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HANDS AND ROPE

Hands and rope. these are two drawings from last weekend when Dalvero Academy reportaged the sailing of the Charles W. Morgan on her 38th voyage. She went from Mystic Seaport to New London on March 17th. These hands/rope drawings were made the following day when the crew was attaching the sails to the jibs to […]

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