Tall Ships At Cape Charles Festival

The Barque Picton Castle will head up the fleet at the Fourth Annual Tall Ships At Cape Charles
Venue
Cape Charles Town Harbor Cape Charles VA
Address
One Marina Road
Cape Charles, VA 23310
Region Eastern Shore
Locality Northampton
Date(s)/Time:
Saturday, June 13, 2015 - Sunday, June 14, 2015 (9:00 AM-5:00 PM)
Harbormaster Office: (757) 331-2357
Executive Director: (757) 678-2331
Festival Director email captdave46@yahoo.com
Tall Ships At Cape Charle www.tallshipscapecharles.com
festival management www.eseventacular.com

The Barque Picton Castle, a 179-foot, three-masted tall ship from Cook Islands in the South Pacific will head up a fleet of more than a half dozen  historic tall ships and other vessels -- the most tall ships ever to grace Cape Charles Town Harbor with the Fourth Annual Tall Ships At Cape Charles (TSCC) festival.   Tall ships decks will open for public tours during festival days June 13 and 14. Kids pirate sails ($35) aboard the Schooner Serenity three times daily. Reservations required.  Sunset and three-hour day sails on the Chesapeake Bay available with paid reservation; fees vary by ship.  Visit

Cape Charles is an official host port for this year's TALL SHIPS CHALLENGE series of port-to-port races. This is a rare opportunity to get up close and personal as you explore the decks and meet the crews of magnificent tall ships and encounter roving pirates, costumed re-enactors and all kinds of family fun throughout our historic town and harbor.  Enjoy delectable food, refreshing beverages, special childrens' activities, arts, crafts and collectibles vendors as well as music and entertainment by local performers. This is small town, family-friendly America the way it used to be.


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Admission Fee: Pirate sails - $35/person. Other fees for 3- hour tall ship day sails on Chesapeake Bay vary by ship

Last Updated: 3/18/2015 4:47 PM
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