Ships Ahoy! Pirate Ship Sails Into SF Bay
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Updated at 9:09 AM PST on Thursday, Feb 3, 2011
“Pirates of the Caribbean” fans listen up, one of the ships from the movie is sailing into the San Francisco Bay. The Lady Washington will dock at the port of Redwood City at 4:00 p.m.
You can walk the deck for free, though a $3 donation is suggested.
The 18th century vessel will set sail for Oakland tomorrow. It will be there until Sunday.
For more information about the ship and how you can set sail, visit www.historicalseaport.org/.
Published at 7:57 AM PST on Feb 3, 2011