Halve Maen

Henry Hudson

The replica ship Half Moon is a full scale reproduction of the Dutch ship

The HALF MOON was owned by Dutch East India Company and sailed by Henry Hudson.. Hudson sailed northeast in April 1609. When blocked by ice, he disregarded explicit orders and sailed his ship, the Half Moon, across the Atlantic to search for a Northwest Passage. On this voyage he sailed up the Hudson River as far as Albany, thus giving the Dutch their claim to the area. Stopping in England on the way back to Holland he and all of the other englishmen were detained and forbidden to serve the dutch.

Replica Of Halve Maen
(Half Moon)

3 Masted Sailing Ship
Built In 1989
Sparred Length 95 Feet
LOA 65 Feet
Rig Height 78 Feet
Beam  17.5 Feet
Total Sail Area 2757 Sq Feet
Tons 112 grt

For More Information
New Netherland Museum
181 South Riverside Ave
Croton on Hudson, N.Y.10520
Phone 914-271-3462

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Beyond the Sea of Ice : Voyages of Henry Hudson

It was there. Henry Hudson was certain of it. Beyond the impenetrable fog and crushing ice of the North Atlantic lay the dream of kings, merchants and learned geographers - a passage to the Orient.

Sailing small wooden boats well above the arctic circle, guided by maps and charts that were based on rumor and hope as much as fact, surrounded by crews that shared neither his belief nor his commitment, Henry Hudson searched again and again for what was not there. In 1611, his mutinous crew set him adrift on the freezing waters of the bay that would one day bear his name.

"Beyond the Sea of Ice" is the story of Henry Hudson's four harrowing voyages of discovery. Bringing the skills of an experienced novelist to her first non- fiction book, author Joan Elizabeth Goodman creates an epic narrative of Henry Hudson's passionate quest. Fernando Rangel's paintings capture the icy beauty of the North Atlantic, the lushness of the new world and the cruelty and death that accompanied a voyage of discovery. Actual entries from the journals of each voyage bring the reader directly into life at sea in the 17th century.

Charting the Sea of Darkness : The Four Voyages of Henry Hudson

Using his original logs, brings into focus the seldom discussed Englishman who, under the Dutch flag, explored Delaware Bay, the Hudson River, and Hudson's Bay near the Arctic circle, where in 1610 his crew mutinied and left him for dead. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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