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Pride of Baltimore II

2700 Lighthouse Pt E, Suite 330, Baltimore, MD 21224-4777
+1 410-539-1151
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A Pride to the City

The makes its way to various states and countries to represent Maryland. It travels with a sense... read more

Reviewed 22 May 2017
EDDIE A
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Baltimore, United States
A Wonderful Experience on a replication of a tall ship used in the War of 1812.

Happen to be visiting Baltimore. Was strolling the warf and marina when we saw this tall ship. You... read more

Reviewed 30 April 2017
lynda .
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Pennsylvania
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The Pride of Baltimore is a reconstruction of an early 19th century Baltimore Clipper. These sleek, fast, and maneuverable vessels became famous as privateers during the War of 1812. Their success in capturing British merchant ships inspired the Royal Navy's attack on Baltimore in 1814. When Francis Scott Key saw the American flag still flying after the all-night bombardment of Fort McHenry, he was inspired to pen the "Star-Spangled Banner." Since her commissioning in October of 1988, Pride has represented the people of Maryland -- traveling over 250,000 nautical miles, visiting 40 countries, and docking in over 200 ports of call. Each year over 100,000 people cross her deck.
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“free tour” (2 reviews)
“fort mchenry” (4 reviews)
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2700 Lighthouse Pt E, Suite 330, Baltimore, MD 21224-4777
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Reviewed 22 May 2017

The makes its way to various states and countries to represent Maryland. It travels with a sense of purpose and pride. When in port, try to go on board.

1  Thank EDDIE A
Reviewed 30 April 2017

Happen to be visiting Baltimore. Was strolling the warf and marina when we saw this tall ship. You could go on board for free, so we did. There is opportunity to take a voyage for $49/person and we plan to do that in the fall.

1  Thank lynda .
Reviewed 30 April 2017

See the modern reproduction of a Baltimore Clipper, a top-sail schooner, gaff-rigged. Small, light, and fast. In the War of 1812, they so aggravated the British Navy that they came up to burn Baltimore. Fort McHenry was in the way, and it did not work...More

1  Thank Patrick S
Reviewed 31 May 2016

This is a free tour of the topside of the famous Pride of Baltimore II. The staff that operate this ship, and live onboard, are very knowledgeable, friendly and helpful. If you like tall ships this is a must stop in Baltimore.

Thank Billibong64
Reviewed 22 May 2016

As we checked in to the 11th-floor room at the Hyatt Regency on a rainy Friday afternoon, we noticed a 2-masted topsail schooner, under sail, entering the Inner Harbor. She eventually moored at Fells Point. In a travel magazine about Baltimore that evening, I read...More

Thank Kalamariverrat
Reviewed 1 October 2015

My wife and I took the Sept. 17th Sunset Cruise (2hrs) from the Inner Harbor out past Ft. McHenry....timing was perfect for sunset and so was the weather. The Captain and crew were professional and approachable for questions. Captain supplied a brief narrative regarding the...More

1  Thank tonyl46
Reviewed 30 September 2015

Beautiful sunset sail on September 17, 2015. We sailed just a few days after the 201st Anniversary of the Star Spangled Banner. History just comes alive. We sailed right by Ft. McHenry.

Thank Maureen H
Reviewed 22 September 2015

It is just that! The pride of Baltimore. Maryland and Baltimore have so many wonderful historical sites. I love all the water attractions. Children will love how history comes alive on this ship

1  Thank Sybil S
Reviewed 9 August 2015

This place must not be missed through your tours. I like the atmosphere and the history. Locals are also so very friendly. Be sure to visit it

Thank NiftyNorm
Reviewed 30 June 2015

I love the Pride of Baltimore! Such a beautifully kept replica & great crew as well. One of the first tall ships I ever sailed on. Come see the Pride along with several other amazing ships at Downrigging Weekend in Chestertown, MD in October/November.

Thank Shawnwaskey
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