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Colombian Navy's ARC "Gloria" Training Ship to Visit Baltimore Harbor

The ARC "Gloria" Training Ship, a genuine naval masterpiece and a proud symbol of Colombia's maritime heritage will arrive in the vibrant city of Baltimore on Friday, March 15 at 8:00 AM.

Moored at 401 Light St, Baltimore, Maryland, the ship will be open to the public for tours and cultural exhibitions from Friday, March 15th, to Monday, March 18th.

This visit to Baltimore, part of the Bicentennial celebrations of Colombia’s Navy, is a pivotal moment in the training itinerary for the 73 students aboard, 13 of them female cadets and a notable addition, Max, the ship's beloved Belgian Malinois mascot.

The public is invited to join the welcoming ceremony on Friday, March 15th, at 08:00, where attendees are encouraged to bring their flags to show their support. Additionally, a farewell event will be held on Monday, March 18th, at 17:00, allowing the community to bid adieu to the crew as they continue their journey.

Don't miss this extraordinary opportunity to experience Colombia's rich naval heritage and its commitment to education, culture, and international goodwill aboard the ARC "Gloria" during its stay in Baltimore.

Opening times:

Docked at the Inner Harbor, 401 Light St, Baltimore, Maryland, this iconic ship will be open for public visits and biodiversity exhibition from Friday, March 15th, from 14:00 to 16:00, continuing on Saturday, March 16th, and Sunday, March 17th, from 09:00 to 18:00. Finally on Monday, March 18th, from 9:00 to 15:00.


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