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GIVINGTUESDAY Facebook Support Pride II on #GivingTuesday! -   We have a day for giving thanks. We have two for getting deals. Now, we have #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back. On Tuesday, December 1, 2015, charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world are uniting together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give.   Throughout the course of each year,…
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wood used to build Pride II Now Available: Keepsake Oyster Knives Crafted From Timber Used to Build Pride II - Now Available: Keepsake Oyster Knives Crafted From Timber Used to Build Pride II Proceeds Benefit Oyster Restoration Projects & Pride of Baltimore II In a hundred-year-old warehouse in central Baltimore, master woodworker Dale German is hard at work. Bent over an electric lathe and surrounded by an aromatic mound of wood chips, he chisels a block of mahogany into a…
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…
Second Pride First Journey Blog Header October 1988 Baltimore Sun (1) More Commissioning Press from 1988 #27forPride2 - Do you recognize the man in the photo? That’s right — it’s Captain Jan Miles 27 years ago! Take a look at this detailed encounter of Pride II’s commissioning with quotes from Captain Miles, builders of Pride II, and even the shipwright G. Peter Bordreau. THE BALTIMORE SUN – OCTOBER 24, 1988