The Baltimore & Chesapeake Steamboat Company will participate in this year’s Port Fest aboard the Nuclear Ship SAVANNAH on Saturday, October 19, 2013 from 10am – 3 pm. B&CSC members will also assist the SAVANNAH throughout the week with school tours.
This is a Unique free vessel tour of the SAVANNAH (not usually open to the public)! Under President Eisenhower’s Atoms for Peace Initiative, she was a passenger and cargo ship.
Self-guided tours. Free Parking. Not handicap accessible 🙁 Must wear close-toe shoes with no or low heels.
SITE: Pier 13, 4601 Newgate Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21224
Take Keith Avenue exit from I-95 just north of Ft McHenry Tunnel.
- Free and open to the public as part of Baltimore’s Port Fest week of activities. Come see us — We Go Places – We Do Things!
Port Fest October 13 – 20, 2013
For additional activities, see the Port Fest Website at:
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Port Fest is sponsored by the Baltimore National Heritage Area, whose mission is to promote, preserve, and enhance Baltimore’s cultural and historic legacy and natural resources for current and future generations!
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Downrigging Weekend Tall Ship and Wooden Boat Festival
November 1 – 4, 2013
With only three weeks to go, now is the time to make your reservations to sail on board one of the seven historic “Tall Ships” that will be visiting Chestertown for the weekend.
While there is still room to sail on all the visiting ships, tickets are selling quickly and we expect certain vessels and sailing times will be sold out by the end of next week.
The 2014 fleet includes:
- KALMAR NYCKEL
- PRIDE OF BALTIMORE II
- LADY MARYLAND
For more details, visit:
Sultana Projects connects people to the Chesapeake Bay’s history, ecology and culture, inspiring them to join us in preserving and restoring America’s largest estuary.