December 11, 2017
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Maine Maritime training ship casting off

The Associated Press

CASTINE, Maine — Maine Maritime Academy’s training ship is casting off for its annual two-month training voyage that is taking students to U.S. ports, the Caribbean and Bermuda.

The 500-foot State of Maine departs Castine on Tuesday morning and is scheduled to return June 30.

During the cruise, the ship is scheduled to make stops in Galveston, Texas; on the Caribbean island of Curacao; on Bermuda, and in Charleston, S.C.

The training cruise, an annual tradition giving students hands-on training, can be tracked by the public on the academy’s website.

Online: www.mainemaritime.edu.

 


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