A replica of the 18th century frigate Hermione has arrived at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
Tall ships sail into Baltimore’s Inner Harbor this weekend, bringing with them years of history and nautical know-how.
A once in a lifetime commemoration has come to an end. The Star-Spangled bicentennial closed out its celebration Tuesday.
It’s a big weekend in Baltimore as the Star-Spangled Spectacular kicks off. It’s a nine-day, free festival honoring the 200th anniversary of our national anthem.
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.
This week marks the 200th anniversary of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” and Baltimore is pulling out all the stops: massive fireworks displays, historical reenactments and live performances all over the city’s Inner Harbor.
Baltimore is set to take on one of the biggest celebrations the city has seen. Millions of visitors packed for 200 years’ worth of celebrating.
This time next weekend, there will be more than 1 million people in Baltimore. It’s the Star Spangled Spectacular–an event marking the 200th anniversary of the National Anthem.
Selling Baltimore to the world’s navies. That was basically the pitch made Wednesday to 40 nations.
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.
Tall ships and naval vessels from around the world are making their way up the Chesapeake Bay to Baltimore.
Next week, boats from all over the world will sail into Baltimore’s harbor for the Star-Spangled Sailabration. It’s part of the city’s celebrations of the bicentennial of the War of 1812.