Mayflower II is a full-scale reproduction of the 17th-century merchant ship Mayflower that brought the Pilgrims to Plymouth in 1620. Get aboard to learn more about the 1620 voyage, the adventures of maritime travel, the tools of 17th-century navigation, and much more.
Hear the tales of how the ship was built and sailed as a symbol of American and British unity after WWII. All the details of the ship are carefully recreated to give the visitors a sense of what the original 17th-century vessel was like.Read More Less
Mayflower is about 25 feet wide and 106 feet long. It can displace about 236 tons of water. The ship has four masts, including a mainmast, foremast, mizzen and spirit, and a total of six sails. Guests can walk around the main deck, half deck, and orlop deck.
The Mayflower II features costumed role players, maritime artisans, and modern-day staff. The seaward side of the ship have reproductions of the two boats that came to American with the original Mayflower.
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