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USS Constellation
USS Constellation
Image Credit: USS Ships in Baltimore
USS Torsk
Image Credit: Historic Ships of Baltimore
LIghtship 116 Chesapeake
Image Credit: Historic Ships of Baltimore

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1 Maryland FLEET WEEK Visiting Ship Tours

September 10-13

The U.S. Navy will be joined by international Navy vessels and all set for boarding and tours around the waterfront! Visit our local ships too!

USS Constellation Image Credit: Historic Ships of Baltimore

2 USS Constellation

Open Daily, Pier 1

The CONSTELLATION is the last all-sail warship built by the U.S. Navy and has an historic provenance dating back to the 1797 frigate CONSTELLATION built in Baltimore.  It was flagship of the US African Squadron from 1859-1861, capturing 14 slave ships and liberating 3,932 Africans.  CONSTELLATION is also the only ship still afloat to see active service during the American Civil War. For more information, visit...

USS Torsk Image Credit: Historic Ships of Baltimore

3 USS Torsk

Open Daily, Pier 3

A WWII era Tench class "fleet boat" submarine, sank the last two Japanese enemy combatants and holds the record for the most dives of any US submarine. For more information, visit...

LIghtship 116 Chesapeake Image Credit: Historic Ships of Baltimore

4 Lightship 116 Chesapeake

Open Daily, Pier 3

Chesapeake marked the entrance to the Chesapeake and Delaware Bays.For more information, visit...

US Coast Guard Cutter Taney Image Credit: Historic Ships of Baltimore

5 US Coast Guard Cutter Taney

Open Daily, Pier 5

The last ship still afloat to witness the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. After WWII, TANEY saw duty during the Vietnam War and on both the US east and west coasts carrying out ocean weather and fisheries patrols, law enforcement, and search and rescue duties.For more information, visit...

The Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse is the oldest screw-pile lighthouse in Maryland. Image Credit: Historic Ships in Baltimore

6 Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse

Open Daily, Pier 5

The Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse is the oldest surviving screw-pile lighthouse on the Chesapeake Bay. It was constructed at the mouth of the Patapsco River in 1855 and marked the shoal known as “Seven Foot Knoll” for 133 years. Its beacon was first lit in January 1856.For more information, visit...

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The USS Oak Hill arrives in Baltimore Harbor as crew members stand along the rails
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Blue Angels perform in a clear blue sky over Baltimore City.
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