Documentary film “All Hands on Deck: A Modern-Day High Seas Adventure to the Far Side of the World.” At this event, you’ll become part of the captivating journey of a diverse crew of 30 passionate individuals, including our narrator Will Sofrin. “All Hands on Deck” will show how the fearless team set sail on a daring voyage to transport a replica of the 18th century warship Rose from its home in Newport, Rhode Island, to the bustling heart of Hollywood for use in the 2003 film Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World. We will see how the crew effectively went back in time to bring to life the old ways of the maritime world, and their hard work on the high seas. You will be on the edge of your seat as we watch the crew confront unpredictable storm-tossed seas and even an actual dismasting––which we will see while on Wavertree, who experienced a dismasting that ended her sailing career. The film runs for 32 minutes, offering an intense and captivating narrative. This program takes place on the ‘tweendeck below the main deck of Wavertree, which is not a temperature-controlled environment. It can be chilly this time of year, make sure to bring a coat and dress accordingly.

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Date: 12/02/2023

Time: 2:30 pm

Cost: Free

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