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Bramble Museum,Retired Coast Guard Cutter

Bramble Museum,Retired Coast Guard Cutter
Bramble Museum,Retired Coast Guard Cutter
Bramble Museum,Retired Coast Guard Cutter

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The Coast Guard Cutter BRAMBLE was commissioned in 1944 at a cost of just over $925,000. Following World War II, the BRAMBLE participated in "Operation Crossroads," the first test of an atomic bomb’s effect on surface ships, at Bikini Island. In 1957, along with the cutters Spar and Storis, she headed for the Northwest Passage, traveling through the Bering Straits and Arctic Ocean. Traveling for 64 days through 4500 miles of partially uncharted waters, the vessels finally reached the Atlantic Ocean. These three surface vessels were the first to circumnavigate the North American Continent, an ambition mariners have had for more than 400 years. New, overnight is now available for your group on the Bramble, $20 per person, minimum 20, maximum 30 people. Memorial Day to Labor Day Open 7 days - 11am to 5pm September through November Thursday through Monday April through May Thursday through Monday December through March, CLOSED Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Day

2336 Military St.
Port Huron, MI 48060
GPS Coordinates:
42.9591413, -82.4273998
Phone: 810-982-0891
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