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Sail Boston Through Your Eyes

By Sail Boston
Sail Boston 2017 welcomed crew and cadets from more than 50 ships across 14 different countries. From the Parade of Sail led by the US Coast Guard Barque Eagle to the various deck receptions, Sunset Salutes, the soccer tournament and the Crew & Cadet Street Parade, it's been quite a...
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30 Things to Do This June

By Things to Do
1. Samuel Adams Boston Brewery Thirsty? Experience the Samuel Adams Boston Brewery where you’ll learn about the history of the Samuel Adams brand, the brewing process, and of course, sample test batches as well as award-winning beers like Samuel Adams Boston Lager, the beer that inspired the craft beer revolution....
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Tall Ships Explained

By Tall Ships
From June 17 – 22, 2017 dozens of Tall Ships from all over the world will sail into Boston Harbor for a 5-day maritime festival. Continue reading to learn more about the types of ships you can see at Sail Boston 2017®. Photographs and information courtesy of Sail Training International...
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Sailing in front of tall ships

Sailing 101

By Tall Ships
The first wind powered ships date back to 3400 BC, invented by the Egyptians to move goods down the Nile River. As defined by mpora.com, sailing is a unique activity that refers to the sport of using wind power to propel a boat forward instead of an engine. Today, sailboats...
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