Tall ship LADY WASHINGTON aground, WA

Tall ship LADY WASHINGTON ran aground in Sequim Bay, northwest Washington, on the Strait of Juan de Fuca, in the morning July 24, with 14 crew and 5 passengers on board. She was freed in the afternonn, and is to be drydocked at Port Townsend for hull check. Understood no serious damages suffered, and the brig reached port under own power. On photos LADY WASHINGTON aground, all photos full-scale at KOMO NEWS site: http://komonews.com/news/local/lady-washington-runs-aground-in-sequim
Tall ship LADY WASHINGTON, displacement 210 tons, built 1989 as replica of 18 century brig Lady Washington, flag USA, homeport Aberdeen WA, operator Grays Harbor Historical Seaport Authority, crew 12, passengers 45.

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