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In pictures: Ahoy there! Belfast Maritime Festival drops anchor

The Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues on Sunday. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
The Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues on Sunday. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to Belfasts quaysides, signalling the start of one of the citys most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Finn aged (4) and dad Ryan Mohan from Dundonald pictured at the festival . Mexican Naval Vessel 'Cuauhtémoc' personal pictured at the festival. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Logy Pirate Captain pictured during the festival. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Finn aged (4) and dad Ryan Mohan from Dundonald pictured at the festival . Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Finn aged (4) and dad Ryan Mohan from Dundonald pictured at the festival . Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press

The magnificent Tall Ships returned to the city quays for the annual Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival.

There is an array of nautical fun and games, food stalls and demos, live music and a treasure trove of performances at Sailortown, Donegall Quay, Queen’s Quay and Titanic Quarter.

While the star attractions of ships from Mexico, the Netherlands and the French Navy among others are available for the public to board and get a glimpse of life on the open seas.

The event ends on Monday opening at 10am.

Jaxon (4) and Riley (6) Tate from Kinallen at the Maritime Festival. Pic Freddie Parkinson
Jaxon (4) and Riley (6) Tate from Kinallen at the Maritime Festival. Pic Freddie Parkinson
Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson © Saturday 25 May 2019 The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Aoife Simmons (5) from Newcastle
Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson © Saturday 25 May 2019 The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to Belfasts quaysides, signalling the start of one of the citys most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival.
Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson © Saturday 25 May 2019 The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Deborah Hetherington on the Talisman which was built in 1910.
Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson © Saturday 25 May 2019 The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to Belfasts quaysides, signalling the start of one of the citys most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. On board the Mexican Naval Vessel 'Cuauhtémoc'
Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson © Saturday 25 May 2019 The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Captain John Cleary on his Talisman which was built in 1910.
Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson © Saturday 25 May 2019 The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to Belfasts quaysides, signalling the start of one of the citys most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. On board the Mexican Naval Vessel 'Cuauhtémoc'
Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson © Saturday 25 May 2019 The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Declan Nolan (5) from Belfast
Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson © Saturday 25 May 2019 The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Lagan Search and Rescue Volunteers Barry Carroll and Eoin Campbell.
Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson © Saturday 25 May 2019 The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Riley (6) and Jaxon (4) Tate from Kinallen go for a paddle in Belfast Lough
Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson © Saturday 25 May 2019 The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to Belfasts quaysides, signalling the start of one of the citys most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival.
Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson © Saturday 25 May 2019 The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Crize Hetherington (5) from Braniel.
Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson © Saturday 25 May 2019 The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Irish Naval Vessel ÔSamuel BeckettÕ
Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson © Saturday 25 May 2019 The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Oliver Hetherington (10) from Braniel was the Captain on the Sea Rover.
Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson © Saturday 25 May 2019 The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Irish Naval Vessel ÔSamuel BeckettÕ
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2019 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues down at the docks and Titanic Quarter areas of Belfast. The festival had a variety of entertainment with tall ships and a number of different Navies present including the British, Irish, French and Mexican. The festival continues through until Monday. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2019 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues down at the docks and Titanic Quarter areas of Belfast. The festival had a variety of entertainment with tall ships and a number of different Navies present including the British, Irish, French and Mexican. The festival continues through until Monday. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2019 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues down at the docks and Titanic Quarter areas of Belfast. The festival had a variety of entertainment with tall ships and a number of different Navies present including the British, Irish, French and Mexican. The festival continues through until Monday. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2019 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues down at the docks and Titanic Quarter areas of Belfast. The festival had a variety of entertainment with tall ships and a number of different Navies present including the British, Irish, French and Mexican. The festival continues through until Monday. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2019 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues down at the docks and Titanic Quarter areas of Belfast. The festival had a variety of entertainment with tall ships and a number of different Navies present including the British, Irish, French and Mexican. The festival continues through until Monday. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2019 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues down at the docks and Titanic Quarter areas of Belfast. The festival had a variety of entertainment with tall ships and a number of different Navies present including the British, Irish, French and Mexican. The festival continues through until Monday. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2019 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues down at the docks and Titanic Quarter areas of Belfast. The festival had a variety of entertainment with tall ships and a number of different Navies present including the British, Irish, French and Mexican. The festival continues through until Monday. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2019 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues down at the docks and Titanic Quarter areas of Belfast. The festival had a variety of entertainment with tall ships and a number of different Navies present including the British, Irish, French and Mexican. The festival continues through until Monday. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2019 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues down at the docks and Titanic Quarter areas of Belfast. The festival had a variety of entertainment with tall ships and a number of different Navies present including the British, Irish, French and Mexican. The festival continues through until Monday. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2019 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues down at the docks and Titanic Quarter areas of Belfast. The festival had a variety of entertainment with tall ships and a number of different Navies present including the British, Irish, French and Mexican. The festival continues through until Monday. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2019 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues down at the docks and Titanic Quarter areas of Belfast. The festival had a variety of entertainment with tall ships and a number of different Navies present including the British, Irish, French and Mexican. The festival continues through until Monday. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2019 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues down at the docks and Titanic Quarter areas of Belfast. The festival had a variety of entertainment with tall ships and a number of different Navies present including the British, Irish, French and Mexican. The festival continues through until Monday. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2019 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues down at the docks and Titanic Quarter areas of Belfast. The festival had a variety of entertainment with tall ships and a number of different Navies present including the British, Irish, French and Mexican. The festival continues through until Monday. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2019 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues down at the docks and Titanic Quarter areas of Belfast. The festival had a variety of entertainment with tall ships and a number of different Navies present including the British, Irish, French and Mexican. The festival continues through until Monday. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2019 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues down at the docks and Titanic Quarter areas of Belfast. The festival had a variety of entertainment with tall ships and a number of different Navies present including the British, Irish, French and Mexican. The festival continues through until Monday. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2019 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues down at the docks and Titanic Quarter areas of Belfast. The festival had a variety of entertainment with tall ships and a number of different Navies present including the British, Irish, French and Mexican. The festival continues through until Monday. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2019 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues down at the docks and Titanic Quarter areas of Belfast. The festival had a variety of entertainment with tall ships and a number of different Navies present including the British, Irish, French and Mexican. The festival continues through until Monday. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2019 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues down at the docks and Titanic Quarter areas of Belfast. The festival had a variety of entertainment with tall ships and a number of different Navies present including the British, Irish, French and Mexican. The festival continues through until Monday. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2019 Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues down at the docks and Titanic Quarter areas of Belfast. The festival had a variety of entertainment with tall ships and a number of different Navies present including the British, Irish, French and Mexican. The festival continues through until Monday. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
The Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival continues on Sunday. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to Belfasts quaysides, signalling the start of one of the citys most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Finn aged (4) and dad Ryan Mohan from Dundonald pictured at the festival . Mexican Naval Vessel 'Cuauhtémoc' personal pictured at the festival. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Logy Pirate Captain pictured during the festival. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Finn aged (4) and dad Ryan Mohan from Dundonald pictured at the festival . Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Finn aged (4) and dad Ryan Mohan from Dundonald pictured at the festival . Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
PACEMAKER BELFAST 25/05/2019: Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival 2019. The magnificent masts of Tall Ships return to BelfastÕs quaysides, signalling the start of one of the cityÕs most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival. Returning for its 11th year, our quaysides will come alive on the last bank holiday weekend in May, from 25 - 27 May 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press

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