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One last look, unless you want to see them for another whole weekend;  in the latter case, just head for Norfolk.  You’ll see  some but not all the same cast.  The screen shot below shows some of the vessels, probably getting some sailing and training in.  I notice Ice Hawk (9th foto down) is in Norfolk also . . .  hmmm.

Find the tall ship here . . . foto from Wednesday?  Look extreme right.  It’s Elcano.

Guayas is headed for Norfolk.  OpSail’s almost like a traveling carnival, and I don’t mean that disparagingly.

The Indonesians are headed there.  Find Dewaruci and other tall ships recently in the sixth boro on the screen capture above.

The Spaniards get additional fotos here for literally sailing out . . .

although I’m guessing they were motorsailing.

That’s Elcano way up by the Battery.  McAllister Responder and her identical sibs have been busy, and always is, with or without the sailcloth on her bow.

The Mexicans are headed for Norfolk.  That’s Coney Island parachute jump in the distance.

Appledore V, however, is not following the others to the south.

Bounty avoided the sixth boro for OpSail–opting for her homeport of Greenport instead–and is currently turned pirate in Newburgh.

Mystic Whaler –faux gunports at the ready –continues to work in and patrol the greater sixth boro.

Last Sunday morning at the foot of Atlantic Avenue Brooklyn.

Last wednesday after the procession upriver.

Pioneer, here with $65,000 of new innards and outards and sailing parallel to Gloria, does public sails out of Pier 16 South Street.

Belle Poule, here feted by John J. Harvey, and Etoile make their way for the French islands in the Canadian Maritimes.  Name them?

If you want smaller scale, check out the Bronx River Festival.

For the names of the French islands, click here.

All fotos by Will Van Dorp, who’s tempted to follow a traveling carnival, any traveling one.

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