Tall Ships at Port of Everett this Week


Tall Ships Tour is here as part of Everett, Washington’s 125 year celebration. You can take a look inside these beauties for as little as $5. Fork out a bit more and you can even set sail for an exciting excursion. They were even fun to see from the marina at a cost of zero dollars (my favorite price!)
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The tall ships will be here from May 25-30, 2018, but up and coming is the main events of this Spring/Summer long celebration. Check Everett’s main event schedule here to plan your fun!

◦ Family friendly activities

◦ Photo booths

◦ Face painting

◦ Historical tours

◦ Touch-a-truck area with exciting City vehicles!

◦ Adoptable animals (including kittens!)

◦ Crafts

◦ Food trucks

◦ Music

◦ And much more!

The Lady Washington is a replica revolutionary era tall ship. It was constructed in 1989 with extensive historical research. It was built to scale and in the with the same construction methods of the late 1700s. The Lady Washington has been used on the set of Pirates of the Caribbean and Star Trek.

The Hawaiian Chieftain is a tall ship made of steel in 1988. The ship is designed to look like that of the l850s trade ship.

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The Port of Everett is an awesome place to play! Enjoy.


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