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TALL SHIPS

June 14-16 – TALL SHIP OF DE sails: Kalmay Nyckel. 6/14 1-3:30pm & 5-7:30pm. 6/15 10am-12:30pm & 5-7:30pm. 6/16 10am-2pm. $60 adults; $40 ages under 16. Long Wharf, Cambridge. www.kalmarnyckel.org or 302-429-7447.

TALL SHIPS

June 14-16 – TALL SHIP OF DE sails: Kalmay Nyckel. 6/14 1-3:30pm & 5-7:30pm. 6/15 10am-12:30pm & 5-7:30pm. 6/16 10am-2pm. $60 adults; $40 ages under 16. Long Wharf, Cambridge. www.kalmarnyckel.org or 302-429-7447.

TALL SHIPS

June 14-16 – TALL SHIP OF DE sails: Kalmay Nyckel. 6/14 1-3:30pm & 5-7:30pm. 6/15 10am-12:30pm & 5-7:30pm. 6/16 10am-2pm. $60 adults; $40 ages under 16. Long Wharf, Cambridge. www.kalmarnyckel.org or 302-429-7447.

TALL SHIPS

June 14-16 – TALL SHIP OF DE sails: Kalmay Nyckel. 6/14 1-3:30pm & 5-7:30pm. 6/15 10am-12:30pm & 5-7:30pm. 6/16 10am-2pm. $60 adults; $40 ages under 16. Long Wharf, Cambridge. www.kalmarnyckel.org or 302-429-7447.

TALL SHIPS

June 14-16 – TALL SHIP OF DE sails: Kalmay Nyckel. 6/14 1-3:30pm & 5-7:30pm. 6/15 10am-12:30pm & 5-7:30pm. 6/16 10am-2pm. $60 adults; $40 ages under 16. Long Wharf, Cambridge. www.kalmarnyckel.org or 302-429-7447.

Tall ships in St. Michaels May 4-18

CBMM_TallShips_May4_19Tall ships in St. Michaels May 4-18

Tall ships are coming to St. Michaels, MD from May 4-18 at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM).

From Sunday, May 4 through the early morning of Saturday, May 10, the schooner Sultana can be seen harbor side at CBMM and out sailing with students throughout the week. The replica schooner will be open for boarding to all museum visitors from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 6. The tour is free for CBMM members or with general admission.

The schooner Sultana serves as an on-the-water classroom for learning about the history and environment of the Chesapeake Bay. An almost exact replica of a British schooner that patrolled the North American coast just prior to the American Revolution, Sultana provides day-long programs as well as live-aboard programs for participants.

Replicas of two of Christopher Columbus’ ships, the Niña and Pinta, are set to dock at CBMM May 10-18, with daily boarding opportunities available. The Niña is an exact replica and was built completely by hand and without the use of power tools before her 1991 launch. The Pinta, an authentic reproduction of Christopher Columbus’ ship, was launched in 2005 in Valenca, Brazil.

Both ships tour together as a sailing museum dedicated to educating the public and school children. Onboard exhibits highlight the history of the Age of Discovery, navigation of the era, how the ships were built, and a taste of what life was like more than 500 years ago.

Visitors are invited to board the Niña and Pinta between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. daily for unscheduled, self-guided tours. Tickets include tours of both ships and will be available upon boarding at $8 for adults, $7 for seniors, and $6 for students 5–16, with children 4 and under free. Museum admission is an additional cost for non-CBMM members

With a mission to preserve and explore the history, environment, and people of the Chesapeake Bay, CBMM offers changing exhibits, demonstrations, boat rides on the Miles River, and annual festivals celebrating Chesapeake Bay culture, boats, seafood, and history. For hours and more information, visit www.cbmm.org.

Photo: Tall ships will be in St. Michaels, MD May 4-19 and docking at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM). CBMM welcomes the schooner Sultana, shown here, May 4-10, with onboard tours offered from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 6. Replicas of two of Christopher Columbus’ ships, the Niña and Pinta, are also set to dock at CBMM May 10 – 18, with daily boarding opportunities for the public. For more information, visit www.cbmm.org

Tall Ships, Visiting Vessels Come to CBMM This May, June

The St. Michaels harbor will transform to an image of days gone by with several tall ships and visiting vessels docking at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM) beginning this May and continuing throughout the month of June.

From May 5-12, the schooner Sultana will be dockside at the museum, and open for boarding to all CBMM visitors from 2:30 to 4:30 pm on Tuesday, May 8. The schooner Sultana is a replica of a Boston-built merchant vessel that served for four years as the smallest schooner ever in the British Royal Navy. Using the British Admiralty’s documentation of the original Sultana, she has been recreated to offer a glimpse of 18th-century seafaring life. Launched in 2001 at her base port of Chestertown, MD, Sultana provides educational programs for more than 5,000 students each year.

From June 4-7, the schooner Wolf comes to the CBMM, with free dockside tours offered from 1 to 3pm each day. The Wolf is a classic 74′ topsail schooner built in the early 1980s in Panama City, FL and now home ported in Key West, FL. The Wolf sails the seven seas representing Key West and the Conch Republic, and is available for charters in Florida, Bahamas, Jamaica and other ports in the Caribbean and US.

From June 15-17, the replica tall ship HMS Bounty will be harbor side at CBMM, offering tours to CBMM and Antique & Classic Boat Festival visitors at $10 for adults, $5 for children, and free for children five and under. A replica of the tall ship known for the infamous 1789 mutiny in Tahiti, the current HMS Bounty was built in 1960 for the movie, “Mutiny on the Bounty,” and was later featured in “Treasure Island” and “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest.” Now touring the U.S. East Coast after a European tour, the tall ship offers dockside tours, sail training and youth educational programs.

On June 19 and 20, the Pride of Baltimore II will be dockside at CBMM, with tours available to museum visitors. An 1812-era topsail schooner privateer reproduction, Pride of Baltimore II is Maryland’s working symbol of the great natural resources and spectacular beauty of the Chesapeake Bay region. Pride of Baltimore II was commissioned in 1988 as a sailing memorial to her immediate predecessor, the original Pride of Baltimore, which was sunk by a white squall off Puerto Rico in 1986. Both ships were built in the Inner Harbor as reproductions of 1812-era topsail schooners, the type of vessels, called Baltimore Clippers, which helped America win the War of 1812 and finally secure its freedom.

From June 22-24, the Viking ship Norseman will be at the museum offering a real-life look at a Viking ship and the type of people who sailed them more than 1,000 years ago. Norseman is a 40-foot half-scale replica of the famous Gokstad ship that represents one of the many types of sailing vessels built and designed by Vikings. The Norseman’s crew will wear authentic Viking attire at a small encampment, which will be complete with iron and woodworking tools, and period music. The ship is based in Wilmington, DE at the Kalmar Nyckel Shipyard.

For more information about other upcoming events at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, visit www.cbmm.org, or call 410-745-2916.