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Savannah Tall Ships Challenge
Family Fun
Date: May 3 - 7, 2012
Time: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Location: Show map
Savannah Riverfront
One International Drive
Savannah, GA 31401

Contact: Calli Arnold
Phone: 912.644.6429
Email: CArnold@VisitSavannah.com

This once-in-a-lifetime experience awaits you and your family this spring at the Historic Riverfront in downtown Savannah, Georgia. Savannah will welcome 14 of the most majestic tall ships the world has to offer. During the five-day festival, visitors will be able to view all the ships, board many and even sail away on a few ships! Savannah will be the only Southern stop during the Atlantic coast race. In addition to touring the ships, guests will enjoy nautical-themed entertainment, our Kidís Cove Adventure area and learning about Savannahís maritime history against the picturesque backdrops of the cityís riverfront! Come experience the grace and grandeur of maritime history along Savannah's Riverfront!  Visit savannahtallshipschallenge.com for more information and find us of Facebook at Savannah Tall Ships Challenge or on Twitter at @SAVTallShips.

 

 

Thursday, May 03-07, 2012 | 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. | Admission $20 - $50 adults, kids $10 - $25, kids under 4 free.

 

     

 




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