This past weekend the Duluth Harbor was filled with tourists, Tall Ships, and one giant rubber duck. The sky was also crowded with drones, and this particular drone got some great visuals for those that may have missed the festivities.
If you're wondering why Canal Park is so busy this weekend, it's Tall Ships weekend. With that being said, The Aerial Lift Bridge and the Minnesota Slip Bridge will have a modified lift schedule this weekend.
The 2016 Tall Ships Festival is underway, with Thursday afternoon marking the first part of the extended weekend of ships, big duck appearances, and more. Wanting to grab some photos without trying to find a parking spot and wading into the sea of people, I headed to a hillside vantage point, where …
The Viking longship Draken Harald Hårfagre that set sail for Duluth in April has reached North America after their journey across the Atlantic Ocean. Along the way, the ship has made a handful of stops, including Iceland and Greenland.
As the 2013 Tall Ships Festival draws near, vessels from around the world are making their way westward along the Great Lakes toward their port destination of Duluth for the weekend event. See where the ships are with an interactive map after the jump.