I didn't know about the boat until I went downstairs and boy was it fun to tour. There is a separate fee to board the ship but it's not much and worth it to explore the deck and interior. I tried to imagine what it would have been like to be at sea for months on end with a variety of crew mates. Was there synergy on board or did nerves wear thin? What was it like to leave a harbor not knowing what the future had in store? The museum sheds some light on the experience. There was also an exhibit about previous segregation in the United States and it's easy to see what a small world we live in and how histories intertwine.
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