Sound company for the Charles W. Morgan
Accompanied by a small flotilla of vessels, the historic whaleship Charles W. Morgan sails into New London harbors Friday at the end of a day-sail on Long Island Sound.
The Morgan has one last day-sail for special guests of Mystic Seaport on Saturday before efforts will commence preparing the ship for the final tow from New London back to the Seaport next week.
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