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Hawaiian Chieftain ship on a stay in Old Sacramento

The tall ship Hawaiian Chieftain cruises the Sacramento River on Tuesday. It is a 103-foot, two-masted vessle that has returned to Sacramento for a 70-day stay.
The tall ship Hawaiian Chieftain cruises the Sacramento River on Tuesday. It is a 103-foot, two-masted vessle that has returned to Sacramento for a 70-day stay.

The 103-foot, two-masted tall ship Hawaiian Chieftain is in Old Sacramento on a 70-day stay.

The ship, pictured above by reader George Kellogg, is at the floating dock at Front and L streets, near the Tower Bridge. Hawaiian Chieftain departs Sacramento on Dec. 5.

The ship is open to the public for walk-on tours Tuesday through Friday, 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m, according to Grays Harbor Historical Seaport Authority. A $3 donation per person is appreciated. No reservations are required. The ship will be closed to visitors Sundays and on Thanksgiving Day.

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