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• 18-2 1 August, ASTA Tall Ships Rally, in conjunction with Boston Seaport Festival, hosted by Coventures; expected ships areAdventure,Alexandria,Gazela,LenieG.Howard, Providence.Spirit ofMassachusetts, and possibly Bill ofRights and Tole Mour. (American SailTraining Association, PO Box 1459, Newport RI 02840; 40 1 846-1775) • 20-21 August, Antique Marine Engine Exposition , fea turing marine engines from the 19th century to the 1940s. (Mystic Seaport, Mystic CT; 203 572-0711) • 26-28 August, Festival of the Sea 1994, at Hyde Street Pier in San Francisco, featuring the scow Alma and the topsail schooner Pride of Baltimore, sea music, crafts and Pacific Islander canoe displays. For information call 415 929-0202. • 16- 18 September, Charleston Maritime Festival/BOC Challenge, featuring maritime art, boat displays, seminars, and the start of the BOC round the world race. (Southeastern Management Company, 2 11 Meeting Street, Charleston SC 29401 ; 803 723- 1748)

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SEA HISTORY 70, SUMMER 1994

Sea History 070 - Summer 1994  

11 The Cape Horn Road by Peter Stanford • 16 Returning to Normandy by Walter Cronkite and Walter Jaffee • 17 Britain Looks Back by Kevin Hay...

Sea History 070 - Summer 1994  

11 The Cape Horn Road by Peter Stanford • 16 Returning to Normandy by Walter Cronkite and Walter Jaffee • 17 Britain Looks Back by Kevin Hay...

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