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Colombian navy tall ship sails into Honolulu


  • The Colombian Naval Tall Ship ARC Gloria entered Honolulu Harbor this morning. (Craig T. Kojima/ckojima@staradvertiser.com)

  • The Colombian Naval Tall Ship ARC Gloria docked in Honolulu Harbor today. MIdshipmen crowded the rails of the ship to greet visitors. (Photo by Craig T. Kojima)

  • The Colombian Naval Tall Ship ARC Gloria docked in Honolulu Harbor today. A hula troupe entertained the crew. (Photo by Craig T. Kojima/ckojima@staradvertiser.com)

  • The Colombian Naval Tall Ship ARC Gloria docked in Honolulu Harbor today with midshipmen standing on the masts. (Photo by Craig T. Kojima/ckojima@staradvertiser.com)
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A Colombian naval ship is visiting Honolulu starting this weekend.

The three-masted ARC Gloria is making a port call at Aloha Tower starting today. It’s scheduled to stay through Tuesday.

The large sailing ship is a training vessel of the Colombian Naval School. It also serves as an ambassador of Colombia while abroad.

The Colombian navy is opening the vessel to public tours from 10 a.m. through 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

All ages are welcome to tour the ship. But visitors must wear comfortable clothing and footwear and be able to climb ladders.

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