The real Bounty is one of the most famous ships in the world. The mutiny that took place in Tahiti in 1789 on board the British transport vessel has been retold in countless books and movies.
The replica of the ship is a famous star all its own. It was originally built for the 1962 movie “Mutiny on the Bounty” with Marlon Brando. Since then, the HMS Bounty has appeared in many feature films and documentaries including a turn as the Edinburgh Trader in Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Mans Chest with Johnny Depp.
The HMS Bounty will put in at the on Thursday, June 28. She is expected to stay on through Sunday, July 1.
"During her stay she will be open for dockside tours on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 29 – July 1 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.," said Russell.
There will be much to see. The tallship has over 10,00 square feet of hand-sewn canvas for the sail, is 115 feet tall, 180 feet long and weighs 410 tons.
Tour prices will be $10 per adult, and $5 per child.
Tickets are also available for special evening events for the on Saturday as well as the on Sunday. Sunday night ticket holders will also get a sneak peek inside the Long Island Music Hall of Fame immediately following their dockside reception.
For more information contact Jill Russell at (631) 418-6699.