Charm City kicked off the start of the commemoration of the War of 1812 under sunny skies and with a crisp northwesterly wind.
However, the sailors manning tall ships from around the world had little trouble making the turn around Fort McHenry and casting their mooring lines on Baltimore's Inner Harbor. (See VIDEO HERE )
So far for this one of a kind "Sailabration", both the weather and the sight of so many ships coming into one of America's greatest seaports have been beautiful sights to behold, and so far the weather looks to hold up nicely into the weekend when Navy's Blue Angels will be streaking just a few hundred feet over the Fort.
Stay tuned and make it a point to go visit this one of a kind a event before it ends next week!
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