Photo: Ted Scull
Wednesday, December 5 | 6:30 pm | $10 (free for members) | Purchase Tickets
Author Ted Scull still recalls the impressive ocean liners and handsome break-bulk cargo ships that piqued his interest back in 1964 New York. What began as a job in the passenger department for Holland America Line transformed into a passion for the waterfront that has spanned over half a century.
During this lecture, Scull will highlight the experiences that that shaped his affinity for the waterfront. Hear fascinating stories of his time as a travel writer producing maritime and New York-based travel guides: one authorized by the City of New York, focusing on the Staten Island Ferry, and the second on Hoboken’s innovative, waterfront Beaux Arts Lackawanna Terminal.
About the Lecturer
Ted Scull is a New York-based author, travel writer, and lecturer specializing in maritime subjects and the New York region. He has released several publications based on his ocean travels, including the Ocean Liner trilogy and 100 Best Cruise Vacations.
This event will be held at the Melville Gallery at 213 Water Street. Doors open at 6:15 pm.