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The Science Channel was filming an episode about the Vikings today. The show features the ship Polaris, a reconstruction of an original Viking coastal fishing vessel, which is docked at Maritime Gloucester.
Viking Ship Drops Anchor in Massachusetts
By Sean Horgan
ESSEX, Mass. (AP) — Cape Ann’s fleet of vintage row and sail vessels has a new addition, one that hearkens back to mists of Viking heritage forged in the fjords of western Norway.
The Polaris, a 37-foot reconstruction of an original Viking coastal fishing vessel dating to 1030 A.D., has made its way across country to the Essex Shipbuilding Museum from its birthing boat yard on Fidalgo Bay in Anacortes, Washington.
The plan, according to owner Stuart Boyd, is to berth the Polaris this summer at Maritime Gloucester, where it will be available from early June on for short public rowing trips, private charters and corporate team-building outings throughout the inshore waters of Cape Ann.
“We want to be an inspiration for small groups working together and having fun at the same time,” said Boyd, whose company is named Norsvald after the ancient Norse word for “power from within.”
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On Saturday it rained most of the day but when the sun broke through it made for a beautiful dusk.
Film Cape Ann shares call for Gloucester area residents who want to fish with a commercial crew for a new tv show email firstname.lastname@example.org
A fun group from Utah, they were try to see all the light houses on Cape Ann.