Wind in their sails on the Morgan

Third Mate Roxanne "Rocky" Hadler helps brace the foresail sheet on the Charles W. Morgan at City Pier in New London Tuesday. The crew set some of the sails on the ship in preparation for training cruises, marking the first time it's been under sail in close to a century. The first training cruise is slated for June 7.
Third Mate Roxanne "Rocky" Hadler helps brace the foresail sheet on the Charles W. Morgan at City Pier in New London Tuesday. The crew set some of the sails on the ship in preparation for training cruises, marking the first time it's been under sail in close to a century. The first training cruise is slated for June 7. Sean D. Elliot/The Day Buy Photo

Third Mate Roxanne "Rocky" Hadler helps brace the foresail sheet on the Charles W. Morgan at City Pier in New London Tuesday. The crew set some of the sails on the ship in preparation for training cruises, marking the first time it's been under sail in close to a century. The first training cruise is slated for June 7.

The crew sets some of the sails on the Charles W. Morgan at City Pier in New London Tuesday.
The crew sets some of the sails on the Charles W. Morgan at City Pier in New London Tuesday. Sean D. Elliot/The Day Buy Photo
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