The Susan Constant, Discovery and Godspeed docked on the James River at the Jamestown Settlement.
The ships are first visible across the water when driving from the national park and original fort site to the recreation.
Here's the Godspeed from just outside the captain's quarters on the Susan Constant.
There were actually two Godspeeds there: the newer ambassador ship that we saw in Alexandria and Baltimore, and the older reproduction that's a bit smaller.
Here is the other Godspeed, also from the captain's quarters on the Susan Constant!
We have seen another Discovery as well, in London at the Docklands Museum.
There were living history interpreters to talk about the sailing, rigging, navigation and life at sea.
This was true at the fort as well. Here a farmer contemplates his crops outside the walls of Fort James at the Jamestown Settlement.
Adam practices churning butter.
A settler works on weaving a fishing net...
...while the blacksmith discusses his tools...
...and a woman complains that the chickens keep laying eggs in the oven.
The hats of the military officers at Fort James.
One of the English expedition leaders explains how the Virginia Company books are kept.
Not far away, a Powhatan girl works on a carving.
The boys inside one of the Powhatan dwellings...
...and by one of the drying furs.
In the village, a Native American woman describes how tobacco and corn are cultivated there.
Inside the museum, the boys beside a partial replica of one of the ships.
And outside the settlement with the flags of all fifty states.