Dana Point Tall Ships Cannon Battles Sunday December 31 2017

Hawaiian Chieftain Courtesy of historicalseaport.org
Hawaiian Chieftain Courtesy of historicalseaport.org

Dana Point Ocean Institute Tall Ship Tours and Cannon Battles during the Holiday season!

Board and explore three unique historic tall ships daily on December 31 2017 thru January 1 2018!

Tall Ships Tours
Tour the visiting vessel, Hawaiian Chieftain, along with the Ocean Institute’s ships, Pilgrim and Spirit of Dana Point during regular public admission hours. Learn the history of the ships, Dana Point’s maritime history, and more.

Fees: $15.00 per person (Includes admission to the Ocean Institute the day of the tour.)
To tour, please purchase admission the day in the Ocean Institute’s Chambers Gallery Book & Gift Store.

Monday: Closed
Tuesday-Friday: 10:30am, 11:30am, 12:30pm, 1:30pm
Saturday & Sunday: 10:30am and 11:30am

Cannon Battle

Enjoy blasting cannons, towering rigging, bustling decks and the magnificence of canvas full of wind.
Work with the crew hauling up sail or simply sit back and enjoy the spectacular demonstration of skill, knowledge and survival!

Adults (Age 14+): $65.00 and Children (Age 4-13): $55.00

Please Register Online at the Ocean Institute

Spirit of Dana Point: 12/31 2017 at 2:00pm

Hawaiian Chieftain: 12/31 2017 at 2:00pm

For more information about these visiting vessels, please visit Gray’s Historical Sea Port.

The Spirit of Dana Point, the Ocean Institute’s tall ship, will engage the Hawaiian Chieftain in a mock cannon battles.

The Ocean Institute is located at 24200 Dana Point Harbor Drive in Dana Point California.

There is timed free parking in Dana Point Harbor near the Ocean Institute.

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