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Bill today in Baltimore, in front of Pride II SAIL MAIL: A Small World - Greetings! This month, I want to introduce you to someone. His name is Chenqi Huang, but he goes by the nickname, Bill. Bill first came on board Pride of Baltimore II back in 1998, during our Asia tour, in Xiamen, China. At the time he was just 12 years old. “I was always interested in sailing,” Bill says, “A Tall…
em>Hermione Hits the Atlantic, Courtesy Hermione A Rendezvous with The Hermione - A Rendezvous with The Hermione Event Begins a 3-Day Celebration of Historic Proportions FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Laura Rodini 202-669-3065 (cell) Deborah Berger 646-391-0352 (cell) BALTIMORE, June 18, 2015 – Pride of Baltimore II, America’s Star-Spangled Ambassador, will rendezvous June 19, 2015 with the French hand crafted Hermione, an authentic replica of the 18th century ship the Marquis…
ChesapeakeHelo Become A Member - Becoming a Privateer Society Member is the best way to support Pride’s mission of promoting historical maritime education, fostering economic development and tourism, and representing the people of Maryland in every port she visits.  Contributions and donations made to Pride of Baltimore, Inc. benefit Pride’s educational programs, sailing activities, and ship operations. The organization relies exclusively on grants, corporate sponsorships, and individual philanthropy to keep the…
Crossed Court Yard CAPTAIN’S LOG: Thanks Volunteers! - See photo below of “crossed” course-yard. PRIDE is now looking rather more like she normally looks. Many thanks Volunteers that assisted with a lot of the “heavy lifting”!!! In the foreground it can be seen there are not as many ship related hardware left still sitting “on the hard” as there once was. Still a lot to do before going…