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This review isn't about the Pilgrim or the festival (tourist trap). It's about the AWESOME cannon battles! I must say, the $70 ticket to sail on and chase down other tall ships shooting cannons at each other for a few hours on the open ocean...More
The Pilgrim is a ship that was built after WWII, so although not as old as some other tall ships in other harbors, it is still very interesting. Of course the guide really makes the tour, sharing what life on the ship would have been...More
Cool looking boat, but have seen many of these type before. Only open for tours on Sundays which we weren't there on that day. You can still see all of it from the harbor. It is difficult to take pictures of it as it is...More
She doesn't sail anymore, but if you have the chance to sign up and spend the night, a great adventure. I have spent the night with each of our 4 children 20 years ago, and now they have each stayed there many times with their...More
First, I am spoiled. In San Diego, we have the Star of India and other boat tours so this didn't come close. Our guide was nice but we were never fully engaged with stories about the ship. It's a quick tour, mainly for children.
My family visited the Pilgrim, a replica of an old sailing ship.
We were amazed how a large group of sailors could live, eat, sleep, etc. on a small ship like the Pilgrim.
A very informative tour that I can recommend to visit with small...More