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Sunday, July 17, 2011
Esmeralda - Chilean Navy Tall Ship in San Diego
The Chilean Navy's tall ship Esmeralda was in San Diego for a few days this week. On Friday night after dinner Heather and I took a short walk along the waterfront so that we could take a look at what is said to be the second tallest and longest sailing ship in the world. We were too late to go on board for a tour, and all I had was a compact camera for a quick handheld shot, but at least we did get a look at it. It was tied up at the Cruise Ship Terminal, and the gate to the wharf was closed, so this was about as close as we were going to get.
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