"A Voyage to Greenland" with Bill Cook

November 17th at Cape Cod Maritime Museum
Yacht designer Bill Cook (Courtesy photo)

Have you ever wondered what life is like on Greenland? Here’s your chance to find out!

Sunday, November 17, 2:00 – 4:00 pm -- Yacht designer and former Cape Cod Maritime Museum president Bill Cook will give a talk and show a video of his 2010 voyage to Greenland. With several friends, he sailed his 56’ sloop Resolution to the south coast of the world’s largest island, a spectacular mountainous shore that The Lonely Planet Guide has described as “something out of a Tolkien fantasy.”

About Bill Cook

A yacht designer who lives in Barnstable, Bill’s designs range from a 10’ frostbite dinghy to an 85’ world champion maxi. He has sailed over most of the North Atlantic, including a live-aboard year in Western Europe, the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. In recent years, he has sailed to Labrador, Newfoundland four times; Northern Canada’s Baffin Island once; and Greenland twice.

About the Museum

In 2018, Cape Cod Maritime Museum and Cook Boat Shop celebrated its 20th anniversary of preserving and celebrating the maritime history and tradition of wood boat building on Cape Cod. The museum offers permanent and rotating exhibits, interactive maritime-themed activities and a fine arts gallery. The Cook Boat Shop is a working exhibit space for traditional and contemporary wood boat building and includes restoration projects on historic Cape Cod water craft. The Historic Boat Barn holds the only collection of all wooden boats native to Cape Cod. The museum is also home to “Sarah,” a Crosby catboat replica, and a gift shop featuring unique and beautiful maritime themed gifts, books and apparel.

A Voyage to Greenland with Bill Cook

Sunday, November 17, 2:00-4:00 pm

Community Room at The Cape Cod Maritime Museum

Members $10.00, Non-members $15.00


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