8. Enter Off-Limits Locations in the Historic Wavertree Ship at South Street Seaport


South Street Seaport has a beautiful new resident. It is the historic sailing vessel, Wavertree. Built in 1885, the Wavertree arrived in New York City ten years later, en route to Calcutta. The ship was acquired by the South Street Seaport Museum in 1968 and recently underwent a major renovation. Untapped Cities toured the ship, and would like to bring you along on our next tour of Wavertree, where you will view not only the officer’s accommodations, captain’s cabin and saloon, but also a part of the ship generally off-limited to the public, the immense hull:


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