An Evening Aboard the Kalmar Nyckel


What a glorious evening in Wilmington aboard the tall ship, Kalmar Nyckel, celebrating a great city’s Revolutionary War history!

Photos from the evening:

Guests of Honor, Général de brigade Vincent de Kytspotter, Ph.D, and his wife, Helene, and speaker, archaeologist Wade Catts, accompanied by our local hosts Bill Conley and Peg Tigue from W3R-Delaware, as well as Executive Director Ellen von Karajan and W3R National Chair Larry Abell.
 Larry and Ellen engaged in discussion with Général de brigade Kytspotter. 
Général de brigade Kytspotter’s wife and Wade Catts chat, with the Kalmar Nyckel behind them.
Général de brigade Kytspotter speaking.

Members of W3R aboard the Kalmar Nyckel.
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