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Sail Boston has unveiled the berthing locations for the Tall Ships that will enter Boston harbor this weekend. They will dock at the World Trade Center, the Fish Pier, the Fan Pier, the Charlestown Navy Yard, the Moakley Courthouse, and Rowes Wharf.

The parade sails into the inner harbor this Saturday, June 17, at 9:00 AM when the U.S. Coast Guard Barque Eagle, America’s Tall Ship, passes by the official reviewing stand aboard USS Whidbey Island. As Eagle passes Whidbey Island, four U.S. Navy FA-18 Hornets aircraft from Strike Fighter Squadron VFA 131 (Wild Cats) will fly by in formation. The parade will proceed to its turnaround across from the Charlestown Navy Yard where the ships will proceed to their berthing locations.

The public will have the opportunity to board the ships free of charge to stroll the historic decks and interact with the crew. Boarding hours are 3:00 – 10:00 PM on Saturday, June 17 and 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM on Sunday, June 18 – Wednesday, June 21 at all locations except Boston Fish Pier. Boston Fish Pier will be open from 12:00  – 10:00 PM on Sunday, June 18, and 4:00 – 10:00 PM Monday, June 19 through Wednesday, June 21. The ships will be docked at the following locations (berthing locations are subject to change):

World Trade Center
Esmeralda, Chile, 371’
Unión, Peru, 379’

Fish Pier
Alexander Van Humboldt II, Germany, 213’
Oliver Hazard Perry, USA, 200’
Guayas, Ecuador, 257’
Picton Castle, Cook Islands, 179’

Rowes Wharf
Europa, The Netherlands, 184’
Atyla, Republic of Vanuatu, 101’8”

Fan Pier
Gulden Leeuw, The Netherlands, 229’
Bluenose II, Canada, 150’
Pride of Baltimore II, USA, 157’
Oriole, Canada, 102’
Blue Clipper, Malta, 144’
El Galeon, Spain, 167’
Jolie Brise, United Kingdom, 56’
Peter Von Danzig, Germany, 55’
Spaniel, Latvia, 56’
Tree of Life, USA, 91’
Regina Germania, Germany, 50’
Alert, USA, 70’
Rona II, United Kingdom, 67’6”
When and If, USA, 80’
Vahine, Finland, 65’
Lynx, USA, 122’
Oosterschelde, The Netherlands, 164’
Redbird, USA, 44’
Brilliant, USA, 61’5”

Charlestown Navy Yard
Hindu, USA, 79’
Geronimo, USA, 69’5”
Green Dragon, USA, 43’6”
Angelique, USA, 130’
American Eagle, USA, 130’
Spirit of South Carolina, USA, 140’
Harvey Gamage, USA, 131’
USCG Eagle, USA, 295’
Tyrone, USA, 75’

Moakley Courthouse
Roseway, USA, 137’
Adventure, USA, 122’
Lettie G. Howard, USA, 125’
Ardelle, USA, 72’
Lewis H. Story, USA, 38’

Sail Boston urges all attendees to visit sailboston.com for details related to security check points, street closure and restrictions, prohibited and allowed items, MBTA schedule, recreational boat guidelines, and other pertinent information.

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