Replicas of the Nina and the Pinta, two of Christopher Columbus' three ships, motor down Skull Creek past the J. Wilton Graves bridge on Tuesday en route to Beaufort. The two vessels will dock Wednesday at the Downtown Marina and will be open to the public  Thursday until their departure May 4.
Replicas of the Nina and the Pinta, two of Christopher Columbus' three ships, motor down Skull Creek past the J. Wilton Graves bridge on Tuesday en route to Beaufort. The two vessels will dock Wednesday at the Downtown Marina and will be open to the public Thursday until their departure May 4. The Island Packet
Replicas of the Nina and the Pinta, two of Christopher Columbus' three ships, motor down Skull Creek past the J. Wilton Graves bridge on Tuesday en route to Beaufort. The two vessels will dock Wednesday at the Downtown Marina and will be open to the public Thursday until their departure May 4. The Island Packet

Columbus would be proud

April 27, 2010 11:14 PM

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