Showing posts with label Pride of Baltimore II. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Pride of Baltimore II. Show all posts

Thursday, August 4, 2022

Monday, August 1, 2022

Pride of Baltimore fly-by 08/01/2022

The tall ship Pride of Baltimore and the schooner Charley are hiding out in Superior near the Loons Foot Landing waiting for the festival in Two Harbors later this week.

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Pride of Baltimore II

The Pride of Baltimore II Tall Ship is hiding out over in Superior until Thursday.
I sent Casper (The Friendly Drone)  up for a quick peek this afternoon.

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Tall Ships and Roses

Watching the Pride of Baltimore from the Duluth Rose Garden was a special treat. With a light breeze off Lake Superior pushing the fresh fragrance of thousands of nearby roses past your face, it was truly ingredients for a long term fond memory.

Friday, July 26, 2013

Duluth Harbor Boat Traffic for Thursday 7/25/2013

James R. Barker departed at 03:30
Joseph L. Block arrived at 07:43
tall ship Lynx arrived Duluth at 10:35
tall ship Lynx departed Duluth at 12:00
Alder arrived Duluth at 14:00
Sundew arrived Duluth at 14:05
tall ship Pride of Baltimore II arrived at 14:10
tall ship Lynx arrived at 14:15
tall ship Sorlandet (Nor) arrived at 14:20
tall ship US Brig Niagara arrived at 14:40
tall ship Zeeto arrived at 14:45
tall ship Coaster II arrived at 14:50
tall ship Hindu arrived at 15:15
tall ship Denis Sullivan arrived at 15:20
tall ship Peacemaker arrived at 15:25

Monday, July 22, 2013

Pride of Baltimore II now crossing Lake Superior

The Tall Ship "Pride of Baltimore II" is now making its crossing of Lake Superior.
Location on Monday Morning
2010 Arrival
Pride of Baltimore II
Considered the goodwill ambassador of the State of Maryland and the Port of Baltimore,Pride of Baltimore II was commissioned in 1988 as a memorial to her predecessor, the first Pride of Baltimore, which was sunk by a white squall off Puerto Rico in 1986, taking her captain and three crew members down with her. Both ships were built as reproductions of 1812-era topsail schooners called Baltimore Clippers that helped America win the War of 1812. Pride II has sailed nearly 200,000 miles, visiting over two hundred ports in forty countries in North, South, and Central America; Europe; and Asia. Her owner is a non-profit maritime institution dedicated to preserving and enhancing the living history of the Chesapeake Bay by promoting historical education regarding Baltimore-built topsail schooners and the War of 1812.
Pride of Baltimore II has been to Duluth three times—in 1989, 2008, 2010, and 2011—and is returning to Duluth for the 2013 Tall Ships® Duluth festival. She will be available for dockside tours.
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