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Old Sailing Ships In Harbor Puzzle Details:

About: In today's puzzle we're in the harbor admiring the old sailing ships. If you didn't know, a sailing ship uses sails, mounted on two or more masts, to harness the power of wind and propel the vessel. Given the limited maneuverability of sailing ships, it could be difficult to enter and leave harbor. In harbor, a sailing ship stood at anchor, unless it needed to be loaded or unloaded at a dock or pier, in which case it had to be towed to shore by other vessels.

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