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Baltimore’s most famous tall ship will embark on yet another ambitious nautical voyage this summer to celebrate its 40th anniversary, with stops in Charleston, Bermuda and Boston.
Baltimore’s one and only dedicated rock opera troupe has been prepping for a nautical musical voyage that begins next Friday.
From today through next Monday, Baltimore will play host to schooners and warships on water and fighter jets overhead for Maryland’s inaugural Fleet Week and Air Show.
The Pride of Baltimore II is back in the Inner Harbor. The tall ship set sail on June 7 for colder waters in the Great Lakes.
Three more tall ships will visit Baltimore’s Inner Harbor starting Wednesday, when 950 sailors and ensigns from the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force arrive for a four-day stop, including public tours and a concert. It’s the only time tall ships will visit Baltimore in the month of July.