June 29, 2012
Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe
Midshipmen stood on the deck of the ARC Gloria of Colombia as it entered Boston Harbor.
Midshipmen stood along the rigging of the ARC Gloria.
A midshipman climbed along the rigging of the ARC Gloria.
John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
From left, the ARC Gloria, BAE Guayas, and Cisne Branco docked at Fish Pier.
Pleasure boats got a closer look at the tall ships.
An ARC Gloria crew member slid down ropes to do touchup work on some chipped paint on the bow.
Two small canons were fired from the port side of the ARC Gloria as it passed Castle Island.
The USCGC Eagle glided through Boston Harbor during OpSail's Tall Ship arrival event on Saturday.
Cisne Branco, a tall ship of the Brazilian Navy, was in Boston Harbor.
Midshipman Juan Sebastian Sanchez shook the paw of Colombia's ARC Gloria's dog, Argos.
Crew members aboard the ARC Gloria of Colombia raised the flag.
A crew member stood aboard the ARC Gloria of Colombia.
The USS Wasp sat docked in Boston Harbor on Saturday.