The latest issue of the INA Quarterly (see page 5), the official publication of the Institute of Nautical Archaeology, has pictures from a book signing I did at the institute’s board of directors meeting in Bermuda. The three-day event included lectures, updates on INA’s field projects and a fascinating tour of the National Museum of Bermuda.
INA asked me to attend the event and give a talk on The Man Who Thought Like a Ship. Many in attendance knew my father, of course, but they didn’t know the full story of how he came to rebuild ancient ships.
It was a chance for me to see some good friends and relive some fond memories. And did I mention it was in Bermuda?