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Stad Amsterdam (“City Amsterdam”) Tall Ship — arrived Tuesday morning in San Pedro’s outer harbor where it will be open for tours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. The Dutch three-masted clipper ship with authentic square rig was built in 2000 and is owned by the city of Amsterdam and the Ranstad Group, a large Dutch company. It carries 31 sails and is 250 feet long. Photo courtesy of Port of Los Angeles/Don Haynes
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  • Stad Amsterdam (“City Amsterdam”) Tall Ship — arrived Tuesday morning in San Pedro’s outer harbor where it will be open for tours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. The Dutch three-masted clipper ship with authentic square rig was built in 2000 and is owned by the city of Amsterdam and the Ranstad Group, a large Dutch company. It carries 31 sails and is 250 feet long. San Pedro February 20, 2018. Photo by Brittany Murray, Daily Breeze/SCNG

    Stad Amsterdam (“City Amsterdam”) Tall Ship — arrived Tuesday morning in San Pedro’s outer harbor where it will be open for tours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. The Dutch three-masted clipper ship with authentic square rig was built in 2000 and is owned by the city of Amsterdam and the Ranstad Group, a large Dutch company. It carries 31 sails and is 250 feet long. San Pedro February 20, 2018. Photo by Brittany Murray, Daily Breeze/SCNG

  • Stad Amsterdam (“City Amsterdam”) Tall Ship — arrived Tuesday morning in San Pedro’s outer harbor where it will be open for tours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. The Dutch three-masted clipper ship with authentic square rig was built in 2000 and is owned by the city of Amsterdam and the Ranstad Group, a large Dutch company. It carries 31 sails and is 250 feet long. San Pedro February 20, 2018. Photo by Brittany Murray, Daily Breeze/SCNG

    Stad Amsterdam (“City Amsterdam”) Tall Ship — arrived Tuesday morning in San Pedro’s outer harbor where it will be open for tours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. The Dutch three-masted clipper ship with authentic square rig was built in 2000 and is owned by the city of Amsterdam and the Ranstad Group, a large Dutch company. It carries 31 sails and is 250 feet long. San Pedro February 20, 2018. Photo by Brittany Murray, Daily Breeze/SCNG

  • Stad Amsterdam (“City Amsterdam”) Tall Ship — arrived Tuesday morning in San Pedro’s outer harbor where it will be open for tours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. The Dutch three-masted clipper ship with authentic square rig was built in 2000 and is owned by the city of Amsterdam and the Ranstad Group, a large Dutch company. It carries 31 sails and is 250 feet long. Photo courtesy of Port of Los Angeles/Don Haynes

    Stad Amsterdam (“City Amsterdam”) Tall Ship — arrived Tuesday morning in San Pedro’s outer harbor where it will be open for tours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. The Dutch three-masted clipper ship with authentic square rig was built in 2000 and is owned by the city of Amsterdam and the Ranstad Group, a large Dutch company. It carries 31 sails and is 250 feet long. Photo courtesy of Port of Los Angeles/Don Haynes

  • Stad Amsterdam (“City Amsterdam”) Tall Ship — arrived Tuesday morning in San Pedro’s outer harbor where it will be open for tours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. The Dutch three-masted clipper ship with authentic square rig was built in 2000 and is owned by the city of Amsterdam and the Ranstad Group, a large Dutch company. It carries 31 sails and is 250 feet long. Photo courtesy of Port of Los Angeles/Don Haynes

    Stad Amsterdam (“City Amsterdam”) Tall Ship — arrived Tuesday morning in San Pedro’s outer harbor where it will be open for tours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. The Dutch three-masted clipper ship with authentic square rig was built in 2000 and is owned by the city of Amsterdam and the Ranstad Group, a large Dutch company. It carries 31 sails and is 250 feet long. Photo courtesy of Port of Los Angeles/Don Haynes

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Stad Amsterdam (“City Amsterdam”), a 250-foot-long luxury tall ship, sailed into the Port of Los Angeles on Tuesday morning from San Diego for a stay that will include public tours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. The Dutch ship, a three-masted clipper that carries 31 sails, was built in Amsterdam, Netherlands, in 2000 and is co-owned by the city of Amsterdam and the large Dutch corporation the Randstad Group. The visit is co-sponsored by the Netherlands Consulate in San Francisco. The ship will sponsor and host corporate events while in port at Berth 46, in the Outer Harbor in San Pedro, including a Sunday evening private reception for Dutch residents involved in the film industry. A welcoming ceremony is open to the public and will be held at noon Sunday. The ship’s next stop is San Francisco.

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