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The Sea is Calling in Coos Bay
Published: 04/11/2019
 

To celebrate Oregon's seafaring heritage in Coos Bay, tall ships from Grays Harbor Historical Seaport will sail into port for tours and excursions at the 2019 Maritime Legacy Days, April 30-May 5.

Tall ships Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain will visit Coos Bay, Oregon to celebrate its annual Maritime Legacy Days, April 30-May 5. Commemorating the region's seafaring heritage, the week-long festival will feature dockside vessel tours and demonstrations, sailing excursions and maritime amusements of all sorts. Maritime Legacy Days is anchored at the City Dock on South Bayshore Drive and Anderson Avenue in Coos Bay. A ticket is not required for dockside walk-on tours, however donations are welcome. Those interested in adventure sailing experiences may purchase tickets online at historicalseaport.org. Local organizations also participate in the fun, offering treasure hunts, live music and pirate pursuits.

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