The Pride of Baltimore returns from voyage north
BALTIMORE (WBFF) -- The Pride of Baltimore is back in the Inner Harbor.
The 157-foot schooner, which has become a symbol for the city, has spent the past four months in the Great Lakes area promoting the city at races and festivals.
On Thursday, the ship's captain and its 11 crew members returned to Baltimore just in time for Fleet Week.
"I'd say she's one of the most well-known ships in the world," said Pride of Baltimore Director Rick Scott.
The ship will be open for public tours on Saturday at the Constellation Pier downtown.
"It's nice to see Pride back in the Inner Harbor again," said Captain Jordan Smith.
The city was waiting as it returned on the Patapsco on Thursday.