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    Large crowds gather to watch the Tall Ships Portland 2015 parade from Fort Williams Park. El Galeon Andalucia passes Fort Williams on its way into the harbor.Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    Spectators watch the Eagle as it passes Fort Williams Park. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    Large crowds gather to watch the Tall Ships Portland 2015 parade from Fort Williams Park. The Oliver Hazard Perry passes by Fort Williams Park. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    Jordyn Bois, 6, wraps her arm around Rick Bois, of Falmouth from the Maine State Pier as they watch the Picton Castle come into dock at the Maine Wharf in Portland, ME on Saturday. "This seemed like the most logical spot to watch the boats. We knew it was going to be busy, but we just tried to find a spot tucked away. My kid is having a good time." Bois said. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Large crowds gather to watch the Tall Ships Portland 2015 parade from Fort Williams Park. Ram Island Ledge Light is seen through the masts of the Eagle as it passes by Fort Williams Park. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    Jordyn Bois, 6, wraps her arm around Rick Bois, of Falmouth from the Maine State Pier as they watch the Picton Castle come into dock at the Maine Wharf in Portland on Saturday. "This seemed like the most logical spot to watch the boats. We knew it was going to be busy, but we just tried to find a spot tucked away. My kid is having a good time." Bois said. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Large crowds gather to watch the Tall Ships Portland 2015 parade from Fort Williams Park. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer)

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    El Galeon Andalusia makes its way past Bug Light Park. Jill Brady/Staff Photographer

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    Large crowds gather to watch the Tall Ships Portland 2015 parade from Fort Williams Park. The Eagle passes Portland Head Light as park visitors search for the best viewing spots. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    Large crowd gathers to watch the Tall Ships Portland parade at Fort Williams Park. In the background is the USCG Eagle. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    Spectators wave at the Bowdoin,the first of twelve vessels parading from Cape Elizabeth to Portland, from the Maine State Pier in Portland, on Saturday. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    A small recreational boat watches El Galeon Andalucia come into Casco Bay near the Maine State Pier in Portland, ME on Saturday. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    The El Galeon Andalucia passed the Picton Castle as seen from Fort Allen Park on the East End. Joel Page/Staff Photographer

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    Michael Stevens of the Fritha vessel throws a rope to people waiting on the Maine Wharf after parading with other vessels during the Tall Ship festival in Portland, ME on Saturday. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    A large crowd gathers to watch the Tall Ships Portland parade at Fort Williams Park. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    The USCG Eagle enters Portland Harbor. Jill Brady/Staff Photographer

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    Spectators watch the Tall Ship Parade from Fort Allen Park Saturday. Joel Page/Staff Photographer

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    Spectators watched from Fort Allen Park on the East End. Joel Page/Staff Photographer

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    A large crowd gathers to watch the Tall Ships Portland parade at Fort Williams Park. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    Spectators watch the Tall Ship Parade from Fort Allen Park Saturday. Joel Page/Staff Photographer

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    A large crowd gathers to watch the Tall Ships Portland parade at Fort Williams Park. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    Early crowds watch the El Galeon Andalucia docked near the Maine State Pier before the parade of vessels from Cape Elizabeth to Portland for the Tall Ships festival in Portland on Saturday. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer.

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    A crew member of the El Galeon Andalucia prepares the vessel to leave from the Maine State Pier before the parade of vessels from Cape Elizabeth to Portland for the Tall Ships festival in Portland, ME on Saturday. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Early crowds watch the El Galeon Andalucia docked near the Maine State Pier before the parade of vessels from Cape Elizabeth to Portland for the Tall Ships festival in Portland, Saturday. Whitney Hayward/ Staff Photographer

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    Seth Eddy of Salem, MA dressed as a pirate to pose with people for photos on the Maine State Pier, where vessels from the Tall Ships festival will be docking following a parade from Cape Elizabeth in Portland, Saturday. Eddy is a member of a group called the Rogues' Armada, a group who dresses as pirates with members in the United States and Mexico. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Daniel Hamman of Salem, MA dressed as Pirates of the Caribbean Captain Barbossa to pose with people for photos on the Maine State Pier, where vessels from the Tall Ships festival will be docking following a parade from Cape Elizabeth in Portland, Saturday. Hamman is a member of a group called the Rogues' Armada, a group who dresses as pirates with members in the United States and Mexico. "Our job today is basically to have a laugh, heckle and annoy people. You know, pirate stuff," Hamman said. Whitney Hayward/ Staff Photographer

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    A crowd waited in anticipation for the ships to pass Bug Light Park. Photo by Jill Brady/Staff Photographer

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    The Coast Guard Tall Ship Eagle sails into Portland Harbor during the Tall Ship Parade in Portland. Joel Page/Staff Photographer

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    Dan and Marie O'Brien and Alice Ferraro of Mass. play a card game called Pitch while waiting for the tall ships Saturday at Bug Light. Photo by Jill Brady/Staff Photographer

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    Spectators picnic and visit the Portland Breakwater Lighthouse at Bug Light Park. Photo by Jill Brady/Staff Photographer

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    Spectators sight the first ship at Bug Light Park. Jill Brady/Staff Photographer

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    Dorsey Piscatelli, center, joined by husband Bob, left, and Pat Newton, right, watch the Tall Ship Parade Saturday in Portland, Maine. Joel Page/Staff Photographer

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    Morgan Dawicki of Fairhaven, MA prepares the Fritha vessel to dock, with the Casco Bay ferry line terminal in the background in Portland, ME on Saturday. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Tall Ship Picton Castle, sails past Bug Light Saturday during the Tall Ship Parade. Joel Page/Staff Photographer

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