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USS Constitution Cruise from Boston
The USS Constitution
USS Constitution Cruise lets you visit perhaps the most treasured of all Boston's landmarks, the USS Constitution. This 45 minute fully narrated tour brings you up close and personal with 'Old Ironsides' at her home in the Charlestown Navy Yard and allows you the option to disembark for a tour of the famous ship and accompanying Naval Museum. The USS Constitution is the oldest commissioned ship in the world still afloat.
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Brief History of The USS Constitution:
The Constitution was built at Edmund Hart's shipyard in Boston from the resilient lumber of 2,000 live oak trees (specifically Southern live oak) cut and milled at Gascoigne Bluff on St. Simons, Georgia. The Constitution's planks were up to seven inches (178 mm) thick. The ship's design was also unique for its time because of a diagonal cross-bracing of the ship's skeleton that contributed considerably to the ship's structural strength. Paul Revere forged the copper spikes and bolts that held the planks in place and the copper sheathing that protected the hull. Thus armed, Constitution first put to sea 22 July 1798 and saw her first service patrolling the southeast coast of the United States during the Quasi-War with France.
The modern day role of "Old Ironsides" is that of "ship of state". With a mission of promoting the Navy to millions of visitors and observers each year, the crew of 55 modern-day sailors participates in ceremonies, educational programs and special events while keeping the ship open to visitors and providing tours. She is still a fully commissioned vessel in the US Navy fleet. The crew are all active-duty sailors and the assignment is considered special duty in the Navy. Traditionally, the duty of captain of the vessel is assigned to an active duty Navy commander. The USS Constitution is one of the sites along the Freedom Trail and is part of Boston National Historical Park.
Tour does not offer a hotel pick-up or drop-off. Child age is 3 to 11. Children under 3 are FREE. Please reserve online, or call us toll-free at 888-794-8292.
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