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VIDEO: Historic Ships Welcome Passengers Back

Weeks after Maryland lifted its ban on recreational boating, many of its beloved historic vessels are finally able to take guests out for tours as part of the state’s Road to Recovery Phase One—with distancing measures, of course.

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Our Cheryl Costello got out on the water with the restored skipjack Wilma Lee, fresh off her Coast Guard certification and ready for passengers. Watch below:

And the Wilma Lee still needs volunteers to help lead heritage tours. You must attend 10 hours of training. If you’re interested in volunteering, please email Sarah Krizek at education@amaritime.org.

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