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Old 05-22-2019, 03:42 PM   #1
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Paris Landing Nina and Pinta

These two just rolled in today. They will be here till the 29th .
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Old 05-22-2019, 03:46 PM   #2
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I bet those diesels don't have any electronics!
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Old 05-22-2019, 05:21 PM   #3
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View from our aft deck in our slip.
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Old 05-22-2019, 09:44 PM   #4
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That's so cool!

How old are the replicas?

Are they actual size?

Can you get aboard for pics and videos?

I'd love to have them in my marina for a week. I'd launch the dink for a closer look.
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Looks like fasteners covered w white 5200 on some planks.
You’re so lucky Marty!
Not a big fan of the black.
What is it? Tar?
So they’re diesel powered? Mother of all trawlers
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They are from something called the Columbus Foundation and they do offer tours.

Schedule here: http://thenina.com/schedule.html
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Old 05-23-2019, 05:35 AM   #7
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I’m still punching the clock this week. I’ll get a closer look this weekend and do the tour.
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Similar boats (maybe the same ones!?) were here in New Bern several years ago. Really enjoyed the history.

The ones I toured were actual size (really small to consider the explorations they accomplished).
They were CG approved and had modern safety gear and engine for maneuverability. But all other parts of boat were as authentic as possible.

I toured the vessels, watched them sail in and out of town....so very cool.

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Old 05-27-2019, 05:53 AM   #9
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This is from last night. We still haven’t had a chance to tour them , the lines have been long each day.
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These boats arrived at our marina in FL a few years ago. One of them got caught in current while docking and was being pushed toward the concrete abutments of a bridge. I was able to catch a thrown breast line and make it fast to a cleat. My thank you was a tour for the wife and I by the captain which included a below decks off limits tour of the crew quarters, engine room etc. And, I was offered a volunteer crew position (all crew are volunteers). After seeing the crew quarters I declined the offer!
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You probably wouldn't have needed shoes for that job, Howie!!
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Here they are at the Houma, Louisiana city dock. This was around 2012
I brought my Granddaughter and a friend to tour them.
Niña, and Pinta, but where is the Santa Maria?
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Here they are at the Houma, Louisiana city dock. This was around 2012
I brought my Granddaughter and a friend to tour them.
Niña, and Pinta, but where is the Santa Maria?
Wifey B: Was at Port City Marina in Wilmington until the 19th. Has been heading up the East Coast. I don't know where the boat went after Wilmington.
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