United States' Only Active Barque Returns To Port"The Eagle'' is expected to land - or more accurately dock - later this week at its home port in Connecticut. The Coast Guard ship is a training vessel for the nearby cadets at the Coast Guard Academy in New London.
OpSail 2012 CT PreviewNew London hosted OpSail 2000 in July of 2000 when nearly one million visitors traveled to the shoreline of Connecticut to sneak a peek at the sailing vessels and partake in festival events. More than 40 tall ships from 14 different countries anchored in the harbor. This year New London will once again have the honor of being the last stop of the National OpSail 2012.
Coast Guard Barque Eagle Gets Airlift Of Part To Make Repairs The Coast Guard barque Eagle, whose home port is New London, is due to arrive in New Orleans on schedule Tuesday, for the Bicentennial Commemoration of the War of 1812, despite mechanical problems during its trip.
Barque Eagle Heads Home After RepairsThe Coast Guard's tall ship Eagle is heading home to Connecticut after spending four months being repaired in Baltimore.
Coast Guard Cutter Eagle Heads To IcelandThe historic Coast Guard cutter Eagle has started its return trip to North America as part of its 75th anniversary voyage.
Coast Guard Cutter Eagle Returns To GermanyThe historic Coast Guard cutter Eagle has returned to the land of its origins for its 75th anniversary voyage.

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