Fog failed to dispel the excitement of 50 tall ships visiting Boston Harbor for SailBoston 2017.
Square-riggers from around the world joined classic schooners like Canada’s Bluenose II, assembling near Graves Light to visit Boston.
The June 17-20 event was a breathtaking opportunity from our lighthouse observation point.
Even though the morning of the big sail parade began with a pea soup fog, we got the rare treat to watch the ships raise their sails as they entered Boston Harbor.
Below is a gallery of some of our pictures, and shots taken by others. We want to get these posted for the public to enjoy, and will work on captions and credits soon.
Gorgeous pictures! I viewed from the Seaport and saw a few ships dock. We are sailing out of Piers Park regularly- wonderful community.