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Spanish tall ship docks at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor

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Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is not under siege, but it will appear to be until June 5th while El Galeon, a Spanish tall ship, is docked at Pier 1 next to the USS Constellation.

This replica of a 16th-century Spanish galleon was built in Spain in 2009 and measures 170 feet long by 125 feet tall, has a 30-foot beam, weighs 495 tons and draws 10,5 feet of water.

El Galeon will be open for visitors in Baltimore daily from 10:00am to 7:00pm starting on June 1st through June 5th. Her five decks will be available for tour. For more information, visit www.fundacionnaovictoria.org or www.sailbaltimore.org.


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