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Discovery Cruises aboard the “Jennie May”

November 26 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

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An event every month that begins at 9:00 am on day Fourth of the month, repeating until November 26, 2022

The Deltaville Maritime Museum is proud to announce the addition of the vintage Virginia-built deadrise “Jennie May” to the fleet.

The “Jennie May” will be getting underway from 9 AM ’til 1 PM with passengers, the fourth Saturday of the month from May through November. As an addition to the Holly Point Farmer’s Market, the scheduled Discovery Cruises are 30 minutes long, departing from the museum’s dock on Mill Creek to Jackson Creek and the Piankatank River.

Our cruises are free of charge but to help offset expenses, we encourage passengers to join the museum or to make donations accordingly. The Deltaville Maritime Museum’s mission is to help preserve the maritime history of the Chesapeake Bay through museum memberships, donations and our dedicated members and volunteers.

The “Jennie May” was designed to look like a classic Virginia work boat of the 1950’s, with a traditional round stern and was built in 1986 in Poquoson, Virginia by David Rollins. She is powered by a Perkins 85 HP diesel
35′ length, 11′ beam, 2’8″ draft
Cruising speed of 7 knots
70 gallon fuel tank
Conventional wheel/helm in the pilot house, with a guinea stick/helm aft
Furuno radar, Furuno fish finder, (2) Garmin GPS. VHF marine radio
Two 12-volt batteries
Experience the vintage Chesapeake Bayllvilleille

Organizer

Deltaville Maritime Museum

Call: (804) 776-7200 or Email: office@deltavillemuseum.com

Discovery Cruises aboard the “Jennie May”

November 26 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every month that begins at 9:00 am on day Fourth of the month, repeating until November 26, 2022

Deltaville Maritime Museum , 287 Jackson Creek Road Deltaville, VA


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The Deltaville Maritime Museum is proud to announce the addition of the vintage Virginia-built deadrise “Jennie May” to the fleet.

The “Jennie May” will be getting underway from 9 AM ’til 1 PM with passengers, the fourth Saturday of the month from May through November. As an addition to the Holly Point Farmer’s Market, the scheduled Discovery Cruises are 30 minutes long, departing from the museum’s dock on Mill Creek to Jackson Creek and the Piankatank River.

Our cruises are free of charge but to help offset expenses, we encourage passengers to join the museum or to make donations accordingly. The Deltaville Maritime Museum’s mission is to help preserve the maritime history of the Chesapeake Bay through museum memberships, donations and our dedicated members and volunteers.

The “Jennie May” was designed to look like a classic Virginia work boat of the 1950’s, with a traditional round stern and was built in 1986 in Poquoson, Virginia by David Rollins. She is powered by a Perkins 85 HP diesel
35′ length, 11′ beam, 2’8″ draft
Cruising speed of 7 knots
70 gallon fuel tank
Conventional wheel/helm in the pilot house, with a guinea stick/helm aft
Furuno radar, Furuno fish finder, (2) Garmin GPS. VHF marine radio
Two 12-volt batteries
Experience the vintage Chesapeake Bayllvilleille

Organizer

Deltaville Maritime Museum

Call: (804) 776-7200 or Email: office@deltavillemuseum.com

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