A replica of the Pinta slowly makes its way from the Port Royal Landing Marina to the Downtown Marina on Wednesday. The original Pinta was 85 feet long, displacing 101 tons and had 4,000 square feet of sail.
A replica of the Pinta slowly makes its way from the Port Royal Landing Marina to the Downtown Marina on Wednesday. The original Pinta was 85 feet long, displacing 101 tons and had 4,000 square feet of sail. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette
A replica of the Pinta slowly makes its way from the Port Royal Landing Marina to the Downtown Marina on Wednesday. The original Pinta was 85 feet long, displacing 101 tons and had 4,000 square feet of sail. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette

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