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Friday 19 September 2014

Belfast Maritime Festival

(Free To Use) Pacemaker Press 26/5/2013 
Keith Mounfield and Caden McKinney    during The 2013 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival  organised by Belfast City Council and supported by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board and Belfast Harbour, which took place from Saturday 25 to Monday 27 May - at Queen`s Quay extending down to Titanic Belfast. Among the ships sailing into Belfast for the 2013 Belfast Maritime Festival will be the Gulden Leeuw, an impressive Dutch tall ship built in the 1930s with a rich history. Returning ships are the Pelican of London, a sail training ship built in 1948 which has served as an Arctic trawler and coastal trading vessel until 1995.
Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Keith Mounfield and Caden McKinney during The 2013 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival
(Free To Use) Pacemaker Press 26/5/2013 
Kayleigh Moore aged two is entertained during The 2013 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival  organised by Belfast City Council and supported by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board and Belfast Harbour, which took place from Saturday 25 to Monday 27 May - at Queen`s Quay extending down to Titanic Belfast. Among the ships sailing into Belfast for the 2013 Belfast Maritime Festival will be the Gulden Leeuw, an impressive Dutch tall ship built in the 1930s with a rich history. Returning ships are the Pelican of London, a sail training ship built in 1948 which has served as an Arctic trawler and coastal trading vessel until 1995.
Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Kayleigh Moore aged two is entertained during The 2013 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival
(Free To Use) Pacemaker Press 26/5/2013 
Crowds  during The 2013 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival  organised by Belfast City Council and supported by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board and Belfast Harbour, which took place from Saturday 25 to Monday 27 May - at Queen`s Quay extending down to Titanic Belfast. Among the ships sailing into Belfast for the 2013 Belfast Maritime Festival will be the Gulden Leeuw, an impressive Dutch tall ship built in the 1930s with a rich history. Returning ships are the Pelican of London, a sail training ship built in 1948 which has served as an Arctic trawler and coastal trading vessel until 1995.
Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Crowds during The 2013 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival

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