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SS Red Oak Victory Ship Tour
November 10th, 2018 @ 10:00 AM

SS Red Oak Victory is the last surviving vessel of 747 ships of all types that were built at the Richmond Kaiser Shipyards during World War II.  She is also one of the last surviving World War II Victory ships.  The Red Oak continues to serve today as a museum ship and as a monument to the thousands of men and women who worked hard to build these ships in a time of national crisis. These ships, along with their cousins the Liberty ships, were built on an emergency basis to carry vital supplies and troops to all theaters of war.  The Victory ships remain today as a symbol of the national resolve and industrial might that won the Second World War.

Join the group on a tour of the Red Oak Victory Ship on Saturday, November 10, 10 A.M.  With the members of both PAARA and MDARC, this will be a fascinating tour that will offer a chance to meet our neighboring radio club members. This is a drive yourself trip, but remember, car pooling is always good.  There is plenty of free parking.  You can also visit the Rosie the Riveter Museum after the Red Oak tour if you wish.  It’s just a short drive from the ship if you want a twofer.

The Red Oak Ship Address is:
1337 Canal Blvd
Richmond CA

Rosie the Riveter Museum Address is:
1414 Harbor Way South
Suite #3000/Oil House
Richmond CA

There are two versions of the docent led tours:
Regular Tour - Includes all accessible areas except the lower engine room.  Cost is $32.00.
Full Tour - Includes all accessible areas plus the lower engine room.  Cost is $36.00.
Both tours include a box lunch.

Sandwich Options
Smoked Turkey with Avocado
Pastrami with Sweet Peppers and Garlic
Veggie with Sweet Potatoes, Cauliflower, Red Bell Peppers and Cashew Cream
Penne Pasta Salad with Olives and Feta Cheese
Triple Chocolate Brownie

Registration is now closed.

If you have any questions, please contact me at email or phone listed below.

Marty Wayne


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