An Old Warrior is coming to Frankfort


The Lynx, "Privateer ship Lynx, just nort...

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The Celebrated War of 1812 Tall Ship LYNX “America’s Privateer”

Will Visit Frankfort, MI.

“Frankfort, MI. July 28, 2011 – All law-abiding and loyal citizens are urged to be vigilant and alert to the presence on your coast of the weatherly, fast, and heavily armed Clipper Schooner Lynx. The 122-foot square top sail schooner Lynx will be sailing into Frankfort for the first time on Thursday, July 28th  at 12:00 pm. Join the flotilla as she fires a salute from her main battery of 6-pounder carronade deck guns upon her grand entrance into Frankfort. “We are very excited for our visit to Frankfort…”

The Privateer Lynx was hired to train the cast and crew of the hit movie Pirates of the Caribbean.

Lynx Schedule: July 28 – 31

Thursday,July 28th  – 12 pm – Grand Arrival with ships guns ablaze.

Public Ship Tours: 2 pm – 5 pm – Pending USCG inspection

Friday, Saturday, Sunday – July 29 – 31

Ship Tours: 10 am – 1 pm – Adults $5.00 ( Children 12 & under FREE accompanied by an adult )

Sailaway: 2 pm – 4 pm – Adults $55.00 – Sr. & Active Military/ID $45 – Children 12 & under $30.00

Sailaway: 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm – Friday & Saturday Only

 

 

Sail with us on a Port to Port Passage. Be a part of the crew on this unique experience.

Marquette to Frankfort – Frankfort to Ludington

4 thoughts on “An Old Warrior is coming to Frankfort

  1. Oh my goodness Iris you must go to that and take lots of photos! The ship looks amazing and so interesting too.

  2. Kim of the chamber

    I am so excited! that looks so cool! I am going to take the day off to see it arrive in Frankfort!!

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