The annual reunion of the Sea Tigers Association will be held Tuesday September 10 to Saturday September 14 in Hampton, Virginia.

Our host hotel will be the Crowne Plaza Hampton Marina, 700 Settlers Landing Rd. Hampton, VA 23669.  It is located on the riverfront in downtown Hampton. Room rates are $109.00 per night plus taxes. Rate includes a daily breakfast buffet for two. This rate is valid for 3 days before reunion and 3 days after reunion. Reservations can be made by calling (757) 727-8912. Make sure to mention the Sea Tigers Reunion to get the discounted room rate.

The assistance of the Hampton Convention & Visitor Bureau in planning this year's reunion is greatly appreciated.

Check in time is 4:00pm check out time is 11:00am. There is free parking available on site.

The Crowne Plaza boasts one of the area’s largest pools with a sundeck and Jacuzzi. There is also a fitness center, laundry service, business center, free parking, and on-site restaurant. Room amenities include coffee makers, refrigerators, room service, irons, hairdryers, in-room movies, cable TV, and free Wi-Fi.

The Sea Tigers will have complimentary use of a Hospitality Room for our reunion.

2019 Sea Tigers Reunion
2019 REUNION - Hampton, Virginia

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Experience four centuries of national history and view how Hampton evolved as “America’s Gateway” from Native American days to the Space Age. Ten galleries illustrate a narrative beginning with the Virginia Colony and continue through phases of Coastal Virginia life with surprises along the way. Meet Blackbeard the Pirate, experience the burning of Hampton during the Civil War.

Home to the Apollo 12 Command Module and the Orion PA-1 Test Vehicle, VASC offers over 150 exhibits. The Center features interactive aviation exhibits spanning 100 years of flight, more than 30 historic aircraft, a hands-on space exploration gallery, unique space flight artifacts, and more!

Established in 1610, St. John's is the oldest continuous English-speaking parish in the U.S. The worship building has been at its present site on Queens Way since 1728. A recorded message introduces visitors to the church and its history, which includes a stained-glass window depicting the baptism of Pocahontas.

Completed in 1834 and named in honor of President James Monroe, Fort Monroe is recognized as the largest stone fort ever built in the United States. Nicknamed "Freedom's Fortress," this Union-held fortification provided a safe haven for hundreds of runaway slaves during the Civil War. It was also the site where the Army of the Potomac landed before beginning the march toward Richmond during the Peninsula Campaign.

The Casemate Museum chronicles the history of the fort and the Coast Artillery Corps. During the Civil War, more than 6,000 slaves escaped to Union-held Fort Monroe, earning it the nickname, “Freedom’s Fortress.” Highlights include the cell where Confederate President Jefferson Davis was imprisoned.

Housed in its own pavilion, Hampton's restored 1920 Carousel is a whirling tribute to the skill of its creators. It still boasts its original mirrors and oil paintings, as well as 48 intricately decorated horses.  Rising and falling to the strains of the original band organ, many of these carousel horses are so finely carved that the veins in their necks and legs are visible. One of only 70 antique carousels still in the United States, the Hampton Carousel is a rare and beautiful example of American folk art. Its prancing steeds and stately chariots were painstakingly carved from fine-grained hardwood and painted by German, Italian and Russian immigrant artisans.

Crowne Plaza Hampton
VA. Air & Space Center
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Crowne Plaza Guest Room
Crowne Plaza Outdoor Pool Area

Tuesday Sept. 10
4:00pm: Check -in. Arrivals at hotel. Meeting room                  is the "Dockside Ballroom"
6:30pm: Posting of Colors.
7:00pm: Dinner at hotel in Azalea/Jasmine Room

Wednesday Sept. 11
7:30-10:30am: Breakfast - included w/room
6:00pm: Dinner on your own.

Thursday Sept. 12
7:30-10:30pm: Breakfast - included w/room
9:00-10:00am: Business meeting for members
8:30-10:00am: Breakfast for Ladies (Reserved                    Tables) Even if not going on tour!
10:00-4:00pm: $$Ladies Day$$
Dinner on your own.

Friday Sept. 13
7:30-10:30am: Breakfast - included w/room
????: FREE DAY -Do your own thing!
6:00pm Prompt: Posting of Colors
6:00-9:00pm: Dinner at hotel  (Casual)

Saturday Sept. 14
7:30-10:30am: Breakfast - included w/room
11:00am: Check-out. Departure - safe travels to all!

We hope to see you all in Colorado - 2020!

Hotel Lobby
Crowne Plaza Hampton Marina
Hampton History Museum
St. John's Church
Fort Monroe
Casemate Museum
Hampton Carousel