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Tea & Talks: Karluk’s Voyage from Victoria to Disaster
May 9 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Join us every other Thursday afternoon for Tea and Talks!
Museum volunteers, archival staff, and educators present unique artefacts from our collection, surrounded by discussions of maritime history and other seaworthy topics – all over a cup of tea and refreshments!
This program FREE with museum admission or membership!
The last voyage of the Karluk, flagship of the Canadian Arctic Expedition of 1913–16, ended with the loss of the ship in the Arctic seas, as well as nearly half of the crew. In August 1913, Karluk, became trapped in the ice during its exploratory expedition to the Beaufort Sea, before it was eventually crushed and sank. This launched the crew into a struggle for their survival, on the ice and the remote shores on Wrangel Island.
And don’t miss the rest of our Tea & Talk series, every other Thursday at 2:30!