Posts Tagged ‘tall ships’

Tall Ships Cleveland

The Tall Ships Challenge Great Lakes are coming to Cleveland! Old-fashioned sailing vessels will be docked, giving day sails and more.  Here’s where else they’ll be in summer 2019 Kenosha, Wisconsin: Aug. 1-4 Green Bay, Wisconsin: July 25-28 Bay City, Michigan: July 18-21 Midland and Sarnia, Ontario: Aug. 9-11 Kingsville, Ontario: Aug 16-18 Erie, Pennsylvania:…

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Introducing the Picton Castle: Tall Ships Cleveland

The Picton Castle, a barque that sails under a Cook Islands flag and calls Nova Scotia home, is headed to Cleveland. After the three-masted ship finishes its seventh world voyage, anyway. We’re counting down the 10 weeks to the Cleveland Tall Ships Festival with details of the 10 ships that will dock at North Coast…

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How to get tickets for Tall Ships Cleveland

Tall Ships are coming to Cleveland July 11-14.  You know you want to buy tickets — for a tour or a day sail, to see the 10 ships docked near FirstEnergy Stadium. So how do you get them?  Check it out on cleveland.com/rock-the-lake. Share:

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60,000 spectators expected for Tall Ships CLE in 2019

Cleveland in July will welcome 10 Tall Ships — six from the United States, four Canadian and one from New Zealand. The festival July 11-14 will include day sails, live music, ship tours and more.  Read all about it — and see photos from the last few Tall Ship festivals in Cleveland — on cleveland.com/rock-the-lake.…

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Sandusky Festival of Sail

Tour or sail on replica brigs and schooners, gathered in Sandusky Bay, as part of Sandusky’s bicentennial celebration. The world’s largest rubber duck will also be part of the festivities, along with vendors, food and live music. Hours: Thursday, July 12 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday-Sunday, July 13-15, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Cost: Multi-Day On Board Tour…

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See photos of the U.S. Brig Niagara in Cleveland

The remnant of the 19th century, the U.S. Brig Niagara stands stark against the 21st century skyline, 118 feet of mast and miles of rigging. The Erie-based tall ship is docked near the William G. Mather steamship in Cleveland’s harbor for two days, as part of a two-week educational sail with 20 high school students.They…

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