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Cruise ship Golden Princess docked at Ogden Point in Victoria Harbour. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Cruise ships Oosterdam and Golden Princess at the docks at Ogden Point in Victoria Harbour. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Cruise ships Oosterdam and Golden Princess at Ogden Point in Victoria Harbour. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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The brig Lady Washington is a full-scale reproduction of the first U.S. vessel to make landfall on the west coast of North America. She is a replica of the original Lady Washington, a privateer during the American Revolution. Victoria, British Columb
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Black Ball Ferry Line - The Coho Ferry provides vehicle and passenger service between Victoria, British Columbia on Vancouver Island and Port Angeles in Washington State. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Her Majesty's Canadian Ship HMCS ORIOLE is the oldest ship in the Canadian Navy. The 83-year-old steel ketch has served as a naval sail training vessel. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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The brig Lady Washington sailing in front of the cruise ship Golden Princess during Tall Ships Victoria. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Deck cannon firing on the HMS  Bounty, a 180-foot (54 meter) square-rigged three-master constructed in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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The brig Lady Washington is a full-scale reproduction of the first U.S. vessel to make landfall on the west coast of North America. She is a replica of the original Lady Washington, a privateer during the American Revolution. Victoria, British Columb
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A person climbing the rigging on the HMS  Bounty, a 180-foot (54 meter) square-rigged three-master constructed in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Deck cannon on the HMS  Bounty, a 180-foot (54 meter) square-rigged three-master constructed in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Canadian Coast Guard Vessel, Sir Wilfrid Laurier at the Ogden Point Coast Guard Station. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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The HMS Bounty docked in Victoria Harbour during the Tall Ships Festival. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Stern view of the USCG Eagle, a three-masted sailing barque docked in Victoria Harbour for the Tall Ships Festival. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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A young women polishing a deck porthole on the schooner Zodiac, the largest working schooner on the West Coast. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Bow and figurehead of the USCG Eagle, a three-masted sailing barque with 21,350 square feet of sail. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Amazing Grace is an 83 foot topsail schooner and sets a square topsail on the foremast and seven fore and aft sails. She is based out of Gig Harbor, Washington. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Blarney Pilgrim, built in 1986, is based on a design found in Frederik Chapman's 1768 book, Architectura Navalis Mercatoria. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Rigging lines hung over wooden pegs on the HMS Bounty, a 180-foot (54 metre) square-rigged three-master constructed in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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A person polishing brass fittings on the Pacific Grace. Built at the S.A.L.T.S. Heritage Shipyard in Victoria, the Pacific Grace slipped her lines May 31, 2001 to embark on her maiden voyage. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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The USCG Eagle is a three-masted sailing barque with 21,350 square feet of sail. It is home ported at the Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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United States Coast Guard insignia on the USCG Eagle is a three-masted sailing barque. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Rigging lines and blocks on the USCG Eagle, a three-masted sailing barque. It is home ported at the Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Rigging rope wrapped around a wooden peg on the USCG Eagle is a three-masted sailing barque ported at the Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Brass and wood steering wheel on the USCG Eagle is a three-masted sailing barque home ported at the Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Brass and wood steering wheel on the USCG Eagle is a three-masted sailing barque home ported at the Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Rigging and sails on the HMS  Bounty, a 180-foot (54 meter) square-rigged three-master constructed in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Wooden pegs and rigging on the HMS Bounty is a square-rigged three-master constructed in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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HMS Bounty is a 180-foot (54 meter) square-rigged three-master constructed in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, based on the original ship's drawings still on file in the British admiralty archives.  Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Steering station on the HMS Bounty is a 180-foot (54 meter) square-rigged three-master constructed in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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