What happened to Moshulu?
Moshulu is a four-masted steel barque, built as Kurt by William Hamilton and Company at Port Glasgow in Scotland in 1904. The largest remaining original windjammer, she is currently a floating restaurant docked in Penn’s Landing, Philadelphia, adjacent to the museum ships USS Olympia and USS Becuna.
Is there a dress code at the Moshulu?
Based on the time of year and meal, you will find guests in Business attire, casual tourist, upscale dressy. Dress is a little more causal in the summer months with the outdoor decks and bar open, but you will be comfortable with any of the above. casual is fine.
What does the name Moshulu mean?
In 1917, during World War I, the U.S. seized it. As the story goes, then-First Lady Edith Wilson personally renamed it Moshulu to honor a Native American tribe. It means the “one who fears nothing.”
Who owns the Moshulu in Philadelphia?
Even emotionally and psychologically, that’s very important to be driving your business forward,” said Marty Grims, restaurateur and owner of the Moshulu and White Dog Café.
What tall ship is in Philadelphia?
Gazela – Philadelphia’s official Tall Ship was built in 1901 in the shipyard of J. M. Mendes in Setubal, Portugal to fish the Grand Banks off Newfoundland. She has called Philadelphia home since 1971. Owned by the Philadelphia Ship Preservation Guild, Gazela sails as a goodwill ambassador.
How much is parking at the Moshulu?
Parking is available adjacent to the Moshulu for $20 per vehicle. Additional self-parking is also available across Columbus Blvd. Both lots are owned and operated by Penn’s Landing.
Does the Moshulu have parking?
Walk-ins are welcome. Parking on Penn’s Landing is owned and operated by Delaware River Waterfront, which charges $20 per vehicle in the adjacent lot. Additional self-parking is available across Columbus Blvd. Click here for a parking map and info.