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Night Sail

September 23 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Join us for a beautiful experience under the night sky for two hours. The night sky is a vast, beautiful region that not many have the privilege of enjoying from the deck of a ship.

A professional astronomer will be on the sail to help you identify what is visible during your sail. You’ll learn about the history and science of the night sky while enjoying the peacefulness of being under sail after sunset. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to experience the Great Lakes in a whole new way.

Some highlights of this 2-hour sail include:

Learn about galaxies, stars, astronomy, and history
Experiencing the Great Lakes at night and much more!
2 hours

Meeting Place and Check-In Time
Your experience will depart from 100 Dame Street, Suttons Bay, MI 49682
You should meet at the boat, NOT at the Capt. Thomas M. Kelly Biological Station office.
Please arrive 20-30 minutes early before your scheduled departure.
If you are lost or running late, please call the ship phone at (231) 620-9719.
What to Wear
Please dress according to weather predictions, and for cooler temperatures on the water. We recommend you do not wear flip-flop type shoes.

What to Bring/What Not to Bring
May bring bottle of water
Do not bring any glass containers
Do not bring any outside food on board
Join us for this night-time experience you will never forget!

“Having the astronomer on board was a great asset! Loved it!” ~2017 Participant


September 23
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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Inland Seas Education Association
100 Dame St, Suttons Bay, MI 49684 United States
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Caleb Ameel