A few weeks ago, The Mayflower II, a replica of the original Mayflower that is usually docked in Plymouth, Massachusetts, set sail to Mystic, Connecticut. Normally it stays there through the winter months, so that craftsmen can give it a proper winter makeover. Here’s an older picture of the Mayflower II being escorted from Plymouth.
While the Mayflower II usually returns in the spring, this visit to Connecticut will be a little bit longer. According to Wicked Local Plymouth, the replica vessel will spend the next 30 months in dry-dock being repaired and restored and will return in 2019, in time for Plymouth’s 400th birthday.
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