Allan Acree took this photo at sunset from the deck of the El Galeon while docked at the town of Port Royal. The three-masted tall ship is a full-scale replica of a 16th Century Spanish cargo vessel.
Allan Acree took this photo at sunset from the deck of the El Galeon while docked at the town of Port Royal. The three-masted tall ship is a full-scale replica of a 16th Century Spanish cargo vessel. Allen Acree Submitted photo.
Allan Acree took this photo at sunset from the deck of the El Galeon while docked at the town of Port Royal. The three-masted tall ship is a full-scale replica of a 16th Century Spanish cargo vessel. Allen Acree Submitted photo.

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