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    From left, Austin Cormier, 15, of Portland, Morgan Dawicki, 19, of Fairhaven, Mass., Captain Bob Grover, also of Fairhaven, and Reilly West, 20, of Mattapoisett, Mass., aboard the tall ship Fritha.

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    Capt. Sam Sikkema rides in the bow of a small boat loaded with supplies as it approaches the Picton Castle moored off Gloucester, Mass. The Picton Castle, a 179-foot steel hulled square-rigged barque will participate in the Parade of Sail on Saturday in Portland.

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    Crew and sail trainees haul supplies aboard the Picton Castle while it is moored off Gloucester, Mass.

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    The lobster boat Jen & Christi motors past the Picton Castle of the shore of Gloucester.

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    Crew and sail trainees haul supplies aboard the Picton Castle which will be part of the Parade of Sail on Saturday in Portland.

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    The tall ship Fritha, a 74-foot wooden brigantine owned and operated by Northeast Maritime Institute out of Fairhaven, Mass., docks at Portland Yacht Services on Wednesday for the upcoming tall ships festival.

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    From left, Austin Cormier, 15, of Portland, Nathan Robinson, 16, also of Portland, and Alden Siepert, 14, of Cape Elizabeth, climb down some of the rigging aboard Fritha.

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    Fritha approaches Portland Yacht Services.

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    The tall ship Fritha, a 74-foot wooden brigantine owned and operated by Northeast Maritime Institute out of Fairhaven, Mass., docks at Portland Yacht Services on Wednesday.

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    The tall ship Fritha, a 74-foot wooden brigantine owned and operated by Northeast Maritime Institute out of Fairhaven, Mass., is docked at Portland Yacht Services .

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    Michael Stevens of Providence, R.I., a mate aboard Fritha, works aboard the ship as it docks at Portland Yacht Services.

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    Mate Michael Stevens of Providence, R.I., tightens the lines aboard Fritha.

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    Rigging aboard Fritha, a 74-foot wooden brigantine owned and operated by Northeast Maritime Institute out of Fairhaven, Mass.

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