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PRIDE II Crew Alumni Search

Pride of Baltimore, Inc. crew members are responsible for safely operating and preserving our beautiful ship, learning and teaching traditional practices of seamanship, educating our youth on the living history of the Chesapeake Bay, and helping to inspire thousands of people each year. Crew Alumni of our ship are members of a small, nationally spread, close-knit group of sailors that…

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Please Help Keep Our Ship Afloat.

PRIDE OF BALTIMORE II is tucked in for a long winter’s nap, so to speak. With spars, sails, rigging, guns, safety and accommodation gear all off-loaded, she seems large and lonely. Under the opaque shrink-wrap cover, her deck is uninterrupted by clutter, while below PRIDE II – her bunks cleared out, her shelves stripped bare – is like an empty…

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Thank You for Attending Pride After Dark

On behalf of the Board of Directors, Captains, crew and staff of Pride of Baltimore, Inc., we want to express our appreciation  to those that came out to support of our first annual Pride After Dark event, held on November 9th, 2012.  We couldn’t have imagined a more fantastic way to close out our sailing season, and celebrate the life of…

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PRIDE in Nantucket

Two 1812 War Baltimore Schooner Privateers, a fleet of classic racing yacht 12 Meter America’s Cup sailing vessels, a fleet of classic yacht International One Design (IOD) sailing vessels and numerous classic yacht sailing vessels marked by the presence of the only New York Yacht Club “50” footer to survive from the early 20th Century SPARTAN have been mingling daily…

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Nantucket Bound

The weather is light & the sea slight. Motoring along at around 6.5-7.0 knots, PRIDE is making her way south from Bath, Maine on the Kennebec River and her weekend visit at the Maine Maritime Museum toward the Massachusetts island of Nantucket, near Cape Cod. Her route is through the western side of the Gulf of Maine and along the outside of “The Cod”…to…

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Gunkholing Maine

Tuesday, 7 August, 2012  /  Pride of Baltimore II Pos: At Anchor off Portland, Maine’s East End  /  Wx: SE F 3, 3/8 Ci, Pleasant With scarcely 24 hours at the dock, Pride of Baltimore II was back from her Nova Scotian foray, cleared into U.S. Customs and off on a five-day cruise along the Maine Coast. With no particular…

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"Farewell to (Tall Ships) Nova Scotia," Two Quaint and Totally Different Towns, and Chasseur – Pride II’s Pride and Joy

Tuesday, 31 July, 2012 Pos: 43 21.2’N X 066 42.1’W Wx: WSW F 2, Seas 1′, Fog Pride of Baltimore II Motor-Sailing under Mains’l, Gaff Tops’l and Stays’l at 6 knots. After nearly two weeks in the cold waters and warm hospitality of Nova Scotia, Pride of Baltimore II is bound for Maine and the USA. Since our fully-packed stay…

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Hats off to Halifax, Eagle Steals our Broom, Tattooed at the Citadel and What we do “When No One’s Looking."

25 July 2012 Pos: Alongside the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic, Lunenburg Nova Scotia Wx: North Force 1, 5/8 Stratus After an adventurous sail to windward along the Nova Scotian coast, Pride of Baltimore II is snug in the quintessentially Canadian Maritime Seaport of Lunenburg. Arriving in town along with tops’l schooners Lynx, Unicorn and Amistad we joined Larinda, Providence…

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