Solaris and Apollonia spent the night rafted with Clearwater in Albany.
We spent the day in and around Albany, meeting all sorts of friends along the way!
We went up to visit the USS Slater and met up with Clearwater near the Dunn Memorial Bridge for a short fleet sail.
We also had some fun with a kids' project hosted by Tanya, one of our on-board educators. More of these are coming, so stay tuned!
We have been conducting interviews with folks all along this trip, so we got to have a little preview of the films to come today!
First was an interview with Louise Bliss and Don Hagerman who are involved in the restoration of the 1903 racing sloop Eleanor. After a decade of hard work, Eleanor went in the water just last week! Stay tuned for more information and videos about this fascinating project.
We also got some beautiful drone footage and a sneak peak of the Hudson-Athens Lighthouse! We'll be interviewing historians there and getting some interior shots this week as we head back down river. So stay tuned for more!
This trip really has two missions - did you know? One is to bring the Hudson River closer to you with livestreams and social media posts and short videos like these while the voyage is underway.
The second mission is to collect interviews and footage all along the way, so that we can produce a series of short documentary films once we get back!
If you would like to support these efforts, please consider sponsoring one of our for themes for this trip: lighthouses, sail freight, towing, and shipbuilding.
And finally, here is our end-of-day video, closing out Day Three of the North Hudson Voyage! Thanks to everyone who has donated by mile and to some brand new sponsors (who we'll be announcing soon)!
See you tomorrow and stay tuned for more on those interviews mentioned in the video!
This Captains' Log is kept by the captains and crew of Solaris and Apollonia and staff of the Hudson River Maritime Museum.