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Sail Boston 2017 in the News

Tall ships to sail into Boston Harbor this June

Six countries, 7,000 miles and 40 vessels make up the Rendez-Vous 2017 Tall Ships Regatta, which began earlier this month in the United Kingdom and will visit Boston in June.

There are seven host ports around the world for the regatta, and Boston is the only one in America.

Everything you need to know about Sail Boston 2017

A fleet of more than 30 tall ships will sail together into Boston Harbor this June.

Sail Boston 2017 is scheduled for June 17-22 and will collect the largest fleet of tall ships in Boston Harbor since the year 2000.

World’s oldest operating tall ship sails into Boston

The world’s oldest full rigged ship in operation will be docking at Boston Harbor in an effort to promote Sail Boston 2017.

Sail Boston is a non-profit organization that has hosted over 300 international tall ships and vessels to Boston and the Massachusetts coastal communities.

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