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Lynx Sails Into Toledo

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The Lynx sails down the Maumee River with downtown Toledo in the background.

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The Lynx sails under the MLK Bridge into Toledo on Thursday to be part of the weekend's Red White Kaboom festivities.

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The ship fires a cannon as it sails through the raised Cherry Street bridge.

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The Privateer Lynx sails under the MLK Bridge with smoke floating out of the back form a salute from her main battery of 6-pounder carronades upon her grand entrance into Toledo.

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The clipper Lynx is a 122-foot-long square top sail schooner.

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Two-hour “Sailaway” cruises will be offered at 2:30 p.m. Friday through Monday, plus an additional sailing at 5:30 p.m. Monday, with fares of $55 for adults, $45 for seniors and military, and $30 for children 12 and younger.

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The Clipper Schooner Lynx sails along the riverfront of the Maumee.

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Lynx-Schoonmaker

The Lynx sails toward near the restored S.S. Col. James M. Schoonmaker, which will be rechristened from its former name, S.S. Willis B. Boyer, during a ceremony Friday morning.

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Boaters head up the Maumee River to see the historic ship.

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Zeke Borton, 5, of Toledo, runs in front of his family to catch up to the Lynx toward its docking spot.

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The Clipper Schooner Lynx fires a cannon as it sails into Toledo to dock next to the museum ship James M. Schoonmaker / Willis B. Boyer.

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People gather on a hill overlooking the Maumee River to catch a glimpse.

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One of the sailors on Lynx works on the rigging as the ship pulls into Toledo on the Maumee River.

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The Clipper Schooner Lynx docks next to the museum ship James M. Schoonmaker / Willis B. Boyer to be part of the weekend's Red, White and Kaboom festivities.

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