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CAPTAIN’S LOG: Maryland Day Activites

March 25th is Maryland Day.  380 years ago on March 25th the first official colonists landed in what was then designated as Maryland.  This year Pride of Baltimore marked this day for the first time by sailing to Annapolis to partner up with the Maryland Historical Society and Fort McHenry in commemorating both the day and the showing of the…

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MARYLAND DAY CELEBRATIONS WITH PRIDE & THE MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY

BALTIMORE, March 18, 2014 — The Maryland Historical Society (MdHS) is partnering with the ship Pride of Baltimore II to celebrate Maryland Day with special events in Baltimore and Annapolis on Monday, March 24 and Tuesday, March 25, 2014. On Monday, March 24, Pride of Baltimore II will make a special voyage from Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine…

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PRESS RELEASE: Maryland Day Celebrations with Pride of Baltimore II and the Maryland Historical Society

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Pride of Baltimore: Kate Cwiek kate@pride2.org 410-539-1170 Maryland Historical Society: Laura Rodini lrodini@mdhs.org 410-685-3750 Ext. 322 Maryland Day Celebrations with Pride of Baltimore II and the Maryland Historical Society See the Recreated Star-Spangled Banner Flag at the Maryland Statehouse in Annapolis March 25, 2014   Img: Pride II BALTIMORE, March 17, 2013 — The Maryland Historical…

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Induction Ceremony of Hall of Fame Sailors by HSHOF in Annapolis

Sunday, the National Sailing Hall of Fame (NSHOF) held its third annual induction of our nation’s most celebrated sailing yacht mariners. For a backdrop to the occasion several vessels lined the Annapolis City Dock Park pier and Pride of Baltimore II stood large and rakish having sailed into town Saturday with two loud cannon salutes. Deck tours of Pride II were made available…

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Happy Commissioning Day, Perfect Present, and “All the Laundry”

Pride of Baltimore II Pos: At Anchor off Annapolis Wx: SSE F 3, 3/8 Cumulus Today marks the 24th anniversary of Pride of Baltimore II’s commissioning. Different from her launch day, when she first touched the water as a complete, floating hull but was still awaiting a rig, an interior, and mechanical and electrical systems, today marks the day that…

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