Henry Hudson is believed to first learn how to sail from fisherman and sailors.
Let's try going to a different place then.
The ice again!
He probably had a talent for sailing since he became a commander near the age of 30.
It's a dead end!
And we're almost out of supplies
Hudson made two trips in 1607 and 1608 in search of a northern passage to Asia. Both of these attempts failed as he found ice blocking the way.
Is that my name I hear
Hudson made one last trip to find a northern passage in 1609 but was again blocked by ice. This time however, Hudson turned the ship around and sailed to New York Harbor managing to sail all the way down a river to Albany, New York.
For Hudson's final journey, he headed to find a northwest passage by going through the modern day Hudson strait, Hudson bay, and James bay. They found themselves at a dead end, and they were running short of supplies.
Due to the horrible conditions, Hudson's crew kicked him off of the ship on to a small boat. This event caused him to die. However, Hudson's legacy still lives on in the names of some of the places he explored such as the Hudson river, Hudson Strait, and Hudson Bay.