The return of the Tall Ships for Sail Boston 2017® offers a wealth of media and photo opportunities for local, regional, national and international coverage. Browse this page for the latest Sail Boston® news releases, photo gallery, video links and to apply for official media credentials to cover the Parade of Sail and maritime celebration, June 17 – 22, 2017.

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Sail Boston 2017 in the News

Mexican tall ship to dock early ahead of winter storm

A Mexican tall ship was rushing to port in Boston on Monday, trying to avoid sailing through the snowstorm that is bearing down on the region ahead of the vessel’s planned visit.

100 Day Countdown to the Return of the Tall Ships

On March 8, 2017, Sail Boston officially began its 100 day countdown to the Return of the Tall Ships. On June 17, more than fifty majestic sailing vessels from around the globe, led by US Coast Guard Barque Eagle, will parade into Boston Harbor under sail for the first time since 2000.

Sail Boston 2017 announced: Fleet of tall ships expected to attract millions of visitors

One year from now, a fleet of more than 30 tall ships will sail together into Boston Harbor. Organizers expect the five day event that follows will bring more than $100 million in economic impact to the state.

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