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Sail Boston 2000 stories

Monday, July 17
Push for Tall Ships leaves hostility in its wake
Visiting sailors transform city's social scene
For many, the USS Kennedy stood the tallest
Captains of smaller ships grumble about treatment
On heel of fleet's departures, more tall ships arrive
Tall ships leave Boston Harbor

Sunday, July 16
Before the mast - the hardships of being a sailor

Saturday, July 15
Millions enjoy the fun

Friday, July 14
By night, Tall Ships become Party Boats
Getting aboard Tall Ships a tall order
Much ado over ribald show

Thursday, July 13
Canadian students learn the seafaring life
Visits running ahead of '92

Wednesday, July 12
A floating hospital for sailors
Sailors cavort around town
Irish sailors find second home
Tall Ships add bustle to harbor
Boston lays out hearty welcome
Weather lends a hand at Logan
Front-row seats for Winthrop
For TV a logistical challenge
Waterfront companies mix pleasure, business

Tuesday, July 11
With the Parade over, now begins the party
Tall order: Making room for all to see the ships
A sea change in the harbor
A struggle for the sea's bounty
An urban festival in a box
Just off downtown, a treasure
Tall Ships Notebook: Top brass agree Sail Boston is city's best blast

Monday, July 10
Sail Boston – and its economic benefits – welcomed to Boston
USS John F. Kennedy arrives in Boston Harbor
A sailor comes home to a family waiting for his return

Friday. July 7
Ship to shore; e-mail hits the high seas
MBTA: Sit back, forget the car, leave the driving to us
Room for a view? For Tall Ships parade, several spots look good

Thursday, July 6
Weather and safety concern Coast Guard
The Lord Nelson arrives in Boston Harbor

Wednesday, July 5
Tall Ships heading to Boston mean heavy Cape traffic, big crowds this weekend


 


 


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