Step back in time this weekend. The Pride of Baltimore II is now docked at Fells Point, and you can explore this piece of history like never before.
Cruise passengers on the Baltimore-based Grandeur of the Seas get more than they bargain for on their Bahamas vacation. More than 100 people get sick, and the cruise line believes the dreaded norovirus is to blame.
From retired ocean liners and rock-themed submarines, to tricked-out houseboats and huts tied to inner tubes, here are seven of the world’s coolest.
A Westminster man is serving a five-year probationary term for trying to sell a ship he didn’t own for $900,000.
One of Baltimore’s most iconic landmarks, the Pride of Baltimore II is celebrating its 25th birthday. The clipper ship was born out of tragedy when Pride I sank and killed four crew members in the 1980s.
Royal Caribbean says a cruise ship damaged by fire during a trip from Baltimore to the Bahamas is expected to be back in service by mid-July.
After four years and a multi-million dollar renovation, one popular cruise ship is back in the Port of Baltimore.
Tall ships and naval vessels from around the world are making their way up the Chesapeake Bay to Baltimore.
Something grand is headed to the Port of Baltimore after a $48 million facelift.
To mark the 100th anniversary of the Titanic sinking, the National Geographic Museum in Washington is preparing a new exhibit on the history and study of the famous ship.
It wasn’t your usual field trip, but then neither is life at sea.
The Coast Guard’s tall ship Eagle is heading home to Connecticut after spending four months being repaired in Baltimore.