Baltimore’s Star-Spangled Spectacular drew an estimated 1.43 million visitors this September, officials announced on Tuesday.
From sail to high-tech fighting vessels, the Inner Harbor is hosting 33 ships over the next week. But getting those vessels to come here and finding room for them has been underway for months.
The Blue Angels are coming back to Baltimore. They’ll fly over us in September during a special event continuing Maryland’s three year commemoration of the War of 1812.
Selling Baltimore to the world’s navies. That was basically the pitch made Wednesday to 40 nations.
Organizers of a weeklong commemoration of the War of 1812 in Baltimore’s harbor say it drew more than 1.5 million visitors and generated $166 million in economic impact.
It’s shaping up to be a banner year for the home of the Star-Spangled Banner.
One final wave as tall ships from around the world sail away. It’s the very last day of Sailabration. We’re capping off a very successful week of large crowds and beautiful sights in Baltimore waters.
Another high point for the Star-Spangled Sailabration. Thousands have flocked downtown for the spectacular displays on water and in the skies over Charm City and now there’s a special ceremony as the festivities come to a close.
If you were downtown near the water over the weekend, you had a lot of company. If you got around on the Baltimore Water Taxi, you were part of a record-setting weekend.
Big crowds are still enjoying the sights and sounds of Sailabration. The week-long event is well underway in Baltimore’s Harbor as Maryland celebrates the bicentennial of the War of 1812.
Sailabration is still in full swing at the Inner Harbor as thousands of people showed up to check out the big ships.
The Blue Angels prepare to fly for Sailabration! Also, Dr. Bill has information about a new heart valve surgery.