Charles W. Morgan / Wikipedia
SouthCoastToday: Roger Hambidge has one foot in the 19th century and the other in the 21st. As a master shipwright he is in charge of the restoration of the 1841 whaleship Charles W. Morgan, the last of its kind in existence.
As a man capable of enormous attention to detail, he’s a world-class professional ship model builder, and he proudly informs a visitor that one of his boats is prominently displayed at the New Bedford Whaling Museum.
At Mystic, Hambidge spends a lot of his time documenting the restoration of a whaleship that was already the most documented ship afloat.
Read more about the restoration of the Charles W. Morgan as it’s readied for its historic voyage around New England in 2014.
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