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Tall Ships at the Redpath Waterfront Festival

Today, Dad and I went to see the Tall Ships at the Redpath Waterfront Festival!

I got to dress up like a soldier from 1812.

We got to check out the ships.
This first one is the US Brig Niagara.
It is a replica of a war of 1812 ship. It's one of the most historically accurate tall ships in the US!

This one is the Pride of Baltimore II.
It is another 1812 replica.

This Privateer LYNX.
This is the first time that the LYNX is a the Tall Ship Festival in Toronto.
It has period cannons and it has the flags and pennants from around 1812.

Liana's Ranson had someone dressed up as Captain Sparrow from Pirates of the Caribbean.

The ship in front is the Kajama. It does tours of the Toronto Harbour in the summers. But, behind it you can see the masts of other tall ships.

This is the Caledonia. I've noticed it downtown a few weeks ago.

This one is the SS S├śRLANDET from Norway. It's the oldest full-rigged ship still sailing in the world.

This is the Empire Sandy.
Their home port is in Toronto.

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