New Bedford homecoming for Charles W. Morgan

Sunrise lights the historic whaleship Charles W. Morgan docked at Tisbury Wharf in Vineyard Haven Harbor Wednesday, June 25, 2014, prior to its departure to New Bedford. The Morgan is the last remaining wooden whaling ship and the oldest American commercial vessel still in existence as well as a National Historic Landmark.

Vineyard Harbor, Mass. - Sunrise lights the historic whaleship Charles W. Morgan docked at Tisbury Wharf in Vineyard Haven Harbor Wednesday prior to its departure to New Bedford. The Morgan is the last remaining wooden whaling ship and the oldest American commercial vessel still in existence as well as a National Historic Landmark.

Sunrise lights the historic whaleship Charles W. Morgan docked at Tisbury Wharf in Vineyard Haven Harbor Wednesday, June 25, 2014, prior to its departure to New Bedford.
Sunrise lights the historic whaleship Charles W. Morgan docked at Tisbury Wharf in Vineyard Haven Harbor Wednesday, June 25, 2014, prior to its departure to New Bedford.
The topsail schooner Shenandoah sails out of Vineyard Haven harbor as the historic whaleship Charles W. Morgan rounds West Chop Wednesday, June 25, 2014, en route to New Bedford.
The topsail schooner Shenandoah sails out of Vineyard Haven harbor as the historic whaleship Charles W. Morgan rounds West Chop Wednesday, June 25, 2014, en route to New Bedford.
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