A Sunday Afternoon Surprise

A Sunday Afternoon Surprise is the appearance of two authentic replicas of 18th century tall ships entering the Santa Barbar Harbor. The square-rigged "Hawaiian Chieftain", left, has a main mast over 75' feet tall and "The Lady Washington" is a brigantine built to faithfully re-create the first American ship to round Cape Horn and land in the Pacific Northwest. Completing a 6-port tour of California, the pair came to Santa Barbara in support of a campaign to raise funds to complete the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum.
photo by Cara Moore.
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