The Kenosha Tall Ships Festival/Tall Ships Great Lakes Challenge 2019 presented both a great honor and a great challenge to the crew of Red Witch.
Fiji arrived on the Picton Castle when it docked in Kenosha last Thursday and she left on the majestic tall ship Monday.
Local business director Riki Tagliapietra realized the conditions were ripe for a perfect storm in downtown Kenosha.
With light easterly winds and temperatures hovering in the high 70s and low 80s, hundreds of visitors converged Sunday for a chance to board, tour and even sail inside a piece of living history on the final day of the Tall Ships of America Tall Ships Challenge in Kenosha’s harbor.
The vision of what Kenosha could someday achieve quite possibly arrived on Saturday.
Kenosha Harbor is finally lined with the Tall Ships and ready for the festival to begin after Thursday’s opening ceremony.
The Parade of Sail took place Thursday around the Kenosha harbor, with the seven tall ships that will be docking in Kenosha until Aug. 4 making their first appearance all together.
Tall ships sailed into the Kenosha harbor Thursday, kicking off the tall ships festival downtown that will last until Aug. 4.
Tall ships cruised the lakefront before making their grand entrance on Thursday, patiently waiting for what is poised to be a weekend to remember in downtown Kenosha.
A drone captured these images of tall ships approaching the Kenosha harbor Thursday morning as they prepare to dock in Kenosha from Aug. 2-4 for the Tall Ships Challenge.
The tall ship Pride of Baltimore arrived in Kenosha Wednesday as one of seven ships that will be docked in Kenosha from Aug. 2-4 as part of the Tall Ships Challenge.
The Kenosha Tall Ships Festival and the Pike River Rendezvous will result in changes to traffic patterns near Kenosha’s lakefront through the weekend.
One of the most anticipated local events in years has finally arrived.
The Pride of Baltimore II is the first of the Tall Ships to arrive in Kenosha.
Fourteen months ago elected officials and community stakeholders came together at the Civil War Museum for a presentation promoting the Tall Ships Festival, heading to Kenosha in 2019.
Few would argue the premise that Kenosha’s most beautiful asset is the lake — the primary feature which differentiates Kenosha from so many Midwestern towns.
Volunteers are being sought to help with the the Kenosha Tall Ships festival.
You won’t have trouble finding the tall ships when they sail in and dock in downtown Kenosha on Thursday. It should be a dramatic display of tall masts.
Kenosha’s tall ship Red Witch is now offering special themed sails.