• Pride of Baltimore

    Pride of Baltimore

    The Pride of Baltimore was a reproduction of a typical early 19th-century "Baltimore clipper" topsail schooner, a style of vessel made famous by its success as a privateer commerce raider and small but nimble warship in the War of 1812 (1812–1815), against British merchant shipping and a vastly superior world-wide British Royal Navy. Commissioned on May 1, 1977 by the 44th Mayor of Baltimore, William Donald Schaefer, in an elaborate public ceremony in the historic Inner Harbor watched by thousands of Baltimoreans and Marylanders, she spent nine years at sea logging over 150,000 miles, equivalent to six times around the globe. On May 14 1986, the first Pride of Baltimore was lost at sea in the Caribbean Sea, and her captain and three of the crew died.

  • Lost at Sea (NCIS)

    "Lost at Sea" is the fourth episode of the tenth season of the American police procedural drama NCIS , and the 214th episode overall. It originally aired on CBS in the United States on October 23, 2012. The episode is written by Christopher J. Waild and directed by Tony Wharmby, and was seen by 17.78 million viewers.

  • Pride of Baltimore Chorus

    The Pride of Baltimore Chorus is an all-female, a cappella chorus based in metropolitan Baltimore, Maryland. Founded in the early 1990s, the chorus once boasted over 110 members hailing from 5 different states: Maryland, Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. They are a chapter of Sweet Adelines International, the world's largest women's singing organization.

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  • Lost at Sea (novel)

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