Category Archives: Lady Washington

Lady Washington/Hawaiian Chieftain: Columbia River Battle Sail

The Tall Ships have arrived and are available for Tours, Battle Sails and Cruises. UPDATED! Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain are on a first-ever five-day visit to Bodega Bay to help commemorate the 200th anniversary of the founding of Fort Ross, the southernmost settlement in the Russian colonization in North America. The ships are staying…
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Building The Lady Washington (1989)

The Lady Washington will arrive in a little over a week from now. Here is a documentary that describes the building of this Tall Ship in 1989. The brig Lady Washington was constructed at Aberdeen, Wash., for the centennial of Washington State. This 1992 documentary tells the story of her history, construction, and mission to…
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Life of a Tall Ship Sailor on the Lady Washington

In a little over a week the Tall Ships Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain will be visiting Bodega Bay. Will you be there when they arrive? There seems to be lots of interest in seeing the Tall Ships in Bodega Bay so if you are interested in taking a cruise you probably need to make…
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First-Ever Tall Ships’ Visit to Bodega Bay

The tall ships Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain have scheduled a first-ever five-day visit to Bodega Bay to help commemorate the 200th anniversary of the founding of Fort Ross, the southernmost settlement in the Russian colonization in North America. The ships will stay at Spud Point Marina, 1818 Westshore Road, Bodega Bay, from April 3…
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