Craft Brews Cruise

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May 17
6:30pm - 8:30pm
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Jun 14
6:30pm - 8:30pm
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Jul 19
6:30pm - 8:30pm
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Aug 16
6:30pm - 8:30pm
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Sep 13
6:30pm - 8:30pm
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Ticketing Information:

$35 Non-members; $33 Members


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IT ENDED ON September 13, 2019 8:30 pm
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EVENT DESCRIPTION

Enjoy the sunset over the water aboard the Atlantic Explorer for a Craft Brews Cruise, brought to you by our Sensible Seafood partner, Hoffman Beverage. Indulge in some of the area’s best craft beers from O’Connor Brewing CO. during this two hour cruise. Snacks will be available for purchase onboard. A valid photo ID is required at check-in for this 21 and over event and boarding will begin at 6:30 p.m.



PHOTOS

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IT'S PALINDROME DAY! As you can see, our scorpionfish was STOKED about it. (That is his happy face.)
TONIGHT! Don't miss the Eleanor & Henry Watts Conservation Speaker Series: Dr. John Cook as he presents Making Sense of Climate Change Misinformation! This FREE event begins at 5:30pm with a cash bar Happy Hour, and the presentation starts at 6:30pm.
Do not miss the Eleanor & Henry Watts Conservation Speaker Series: Dr. John Cook on Tuesday! Renowned speaker Dr. John Cook will discuss countering misinformation about climate change. The doors open at 5:30 for happy hour and the talk will begin at 6:30pm.​ Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase. This is a free event. Seating is first come, first served.
Say hello to our newest residents: rainbowfish! You can see them in the exhibit across from our uromastyx, hedgehogs, and cobra!
Love this view as much as we do? GREAT! Come say hi tomorrow- we'll be open for regular business hours from 9am to 5pm.
Due to the planned inclement weather, the Virginia Aquarium will be closed on Friday, September 6. Please check our Facebook page or website for updated information on operating hours for Saturday, September 7 and Sunday, September 8.
Labor Day Weekend is for salads! Don’t let “big bbq” tell you otherwise!  We’re open today from 11am to 6pm and Monday from 9am to 6pm.
Just add water to your Labor Day for a little more fun. Dolphin trips running daily (with a special Sunday at 6pm trip on 9/1).
Looking to add some sea turtle to your Labor Day weekend? Please note a minor change in our operating hours for Sunday!
Friday, August 30: 9am to 6pm
Saturday, August 31: 9am to 6pm
Sunday, September 1: 11am to 6pm
Monday, September 2: 9am to 6pm
UPDATE: We have just heard back from the DMV regarding the updated timeline. Now that we have approved the plates, their goal is to have preorder applications processed and mailed in late November and the plate available online and at all DMV locations by mid-December!  "Wow, this almost looks like a picture of the new license plate!" THAT'S BECAUSE IT IS!!!  We've received the metal proof, approved it with no changes, and sent it back to the DMV, so this license plate is HEADED FOR PRODUCTION! And then you can find it on SUPER COOL CARS AROUND THE STATE! 💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙
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WHAT’S NEW

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Friday September 20th, 2019

Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center

Strap on a creature power vest and dive into an underwater adventure in Wild Kratts®: Ocean Adventure! The Exhibit. You will learn about unique marine animals and their ocean habitats and foil villains’ nefarious plans! This fun, lively, interactive exhibit opens exclusively for members on September 21 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and to the public on September 22. ... See MoreSee Less

Strap on a creature power vest and dive into an underwater adventure in Wild Kratts®: Ocean Adventure! The Exhibit. You will learn about unique marine animals and their ocean habitats and foil villains’ nefarious plans! This fun, lively, interactive exhibit opens exclusively for members on September 21 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and to the public on September 22.

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Is it just for this weekend?

Laurie Chug On Isaacs

Wes Graham Audrey would love this!

Erin Oliff Culpepper

Vernon Griffin

Cameron Utz

Andrew Stello

Travis McCarley

Taz Eppard 🙁

Danielle Vance

Danielle Mattera because you introduced me to them

Shanté Pickford Bring the girls back down!

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Thursday September 19th, 2019

Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center

IT'S PALINDROME DAY! As you can see, our scorpionfish was STOKED about it. (That is his happy face.) ... See MoreSee Less

ITS PALINDROME DAY! As you can see, our scorpionfish was STOKED about it. (That is his happy face.)

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Just in case anyone was wondering why nature refused to give the scorpionfish a smile (like I was), here it is. Good luck unseeing this nightmare fuel.

He looks pretty happy from the upsidedown position!!😁

Tuesday September 17th, 2019

Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center

TONIGHT! Don't miss the Eleanor & Henry Watts Conservation Speaker Series: Dr. John Cook as he presents Making Sense of Climate Change Misinformation! This FREE event begins at 5:30pm with a cash bar Happy Hour, and the presentation starts at 6:30pm. ... See MoreSee Less

TONIGHT! Dont miss the Eleanor & Henry Watts Conservation Speaker Series: Dr. John Cook as he presents Making Sense of Climate Change Misinformation! This FREE event begins at 5:30pm with a cash bar Happy Hour, and the presentation starts at 6:30pm.

Saturday September 14th, 2019

We missed seeing the Octopus today! Is he okay? Any idea when he will be back on exhibit? ... See MoreSee Less

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Unfortunately, she passed away around Labor Day. We hope to have a new one soon, though! This species typically has a lifespan of about one year, but can vary slightly up or down.

Saturday September 14th, 2019

Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center

Apparently Friday the 13th and the full moon combined for something really surprising! Our team was notified of a sea turtle crawl this morning and discovered that a loggerhead laid a nest along the beach! We checked the contents and opted to leave it in place. While we are hopeful that it could be successful, because it was laid so late it would be unusual if any hatchlings emerge. ... See MoreSee Less

Apparently Friday the 13th and the full moon combined for something really surprising! Our team was notified of a sea turtle crawl this morning and discovered that a loggerhead laid a nest along the beach! We checked the contents and opted to leave it in place. While we are hopeful that it could be successful, because it was laid so late it would be unusual if any hatchlings emerge.

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So proud of the work done by the team

That happened in Sept 2 years ago in Nags Head. We stayed in a beach house and discovered 3 weeks earlier a nest was laid. Then TS Maria came through. The nest was in the third stage of development but the storm did it's damage. Still awesome to keep track of that one even though they didn't hatch!!

That is still great news! Hopefully the female loggerhead will visit our beach again earlier next year.💕🐢

Thank you for what you do 💜

Although I hate climate change, I am optimistic about conducive conditions for this nest!

Wow!! This is a late seasons nester!!! Haven’t seen any females along the Georgia Coast since mid-August. Hoping it is successful! 🤞

Better late than never!

Fingers crossed all goes well

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You guys do such great works! Keeping my fingers crossed! <3

Wow! I hope they make it to the sea!

I took pictures and video at the discovery of the nest that I'm happy to share with the aquarium. Please let me know if you want them.

Thats awesome!!!

I just read this to my 9 year old and his question is, “Why don’t they put it on a heating thing?” Meaning eggs in incubator;) I found his to be a good questioned and wondered if that has ever been done. Reasons why it can or can’t be successful.

Could you keep updates on this? Up here in PA we have an Eagle that they place videos of the hatchlings when they are born to leaving the nest. Also with the Owl that visits a certain spot every year. You probably can't leave a camera, but it would be fun to see the progress. Thanks for all you do!!!!!

@VirginiaAquarium Why not ensure they hatch by temporarily relocating them to the aquarium?

Maybe she was waiting for the storm to pass?

Is this VB oceanfront?

What is the incubation period? How long from laid egg to hatched turtle?

Arlene Guiles! There were 100+ eggs! It would be exciting if they did hatch.

Patty McGlothlin Anne Coffman hope you guys saw the nest!

Valerie Layne McGowan nice read. Check out the comments.

Ryan Barongan

Then why did you leave them there?

Abbey Carpenter

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Friday September 13th, 2019

Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center

Do not miss the Eleanor & Henry Watts Conservation Speaker Series: Dr. John Cook on Tuesday! Renowned speaker Dr. John Cook will discuss countering misinformation about climate change. The doors open at 5:30 for happy hour and the talk will begin at 6:30pm.​ Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase. This is a free event. Seating is first come, first served. ... See MoreSee Less

Do not miss the Eleanor & Henry Watts Conservation Speaker Series: Dr. John Cook on Tuesday! Renowned speaker Dr. John Cook will discuss countering misinformation about climate change. The doors open at 5:30 for happy hour and the talk will begin at 6:30pm.​ Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase. This is a free event. Seating is first come, first served.

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Maura Anne Ruane

Thursday September 12th, 2019

Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center

Say hello to our newest residents: rainbowfish! You can see them in the exhibit across from our uromastyx, hedgehogs, and cobra! ... See MoreSee Less

Say hello to our newest residents: rainbowfish! You can see them in the exhibit across from our uromastyx, hedgehogs, and cobra!

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Guess we will be stopping by to see them soon🙂

Tuesday September 10th, 2019

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We heard back from the DMV regarding the updated timeline. Now that we have approved the plates, their goal is to have preorder applications processed and mailed in late November and the plate available online and at all DMV locations by mid-December!

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