Roster of Ships for Maryland Fleet Week & Flyover in Baltimore

| June 11, 2024 | 0 Comments

From Maryland Fleet Week & Flyover Baltimore:

Ships begin arriving in Baltimore on Wednesday, June 12 and include United States Navy and Coast Guard vessels, Army Corps of Engineers vessels, many traditional sailing craft and working vessels. They will be docked at various locations around Baltimore, including the Inner Harbor West Wall and Piers 1-5, North Locust Point Marine Terminal Pier 4, and Fells Point Broadway Pier.  An official Welcome Ceremony will take place at the Inner Harbor Amphitheater on the afternoon of June 12.

Ships will be open for public tours Thursday, June 13 through Monday, June 17 from 10AM to 5PM unless otherwise indicated.  Visit the FLEET WEEK FAQ PAGE on this website to review ship security and visitation rules BEFORE visiting. Download the Maryland Fleet Week APP for specific ship schedules to be sure the ship you are planning to visit is open.  PRO TIP:  Visit Thursday, Friday and Monday to avoid long lines and come early!

WHAT VESSELS WILL BE OPEN FOR TOURS AND WHERE?

INNER HARBOR SHIPS and LIGHTHOUSE:

  • USS MARINETTE (LCS 25)   Inner Harbor West Wall
  • US Naval Academy Yard Patrol Training Ship – Inner Harbor West Wall
  • USS CONSTELLATION – Pier 1
  • Skipjack Sigsbee – Pier 1
  • Buyboat Mildred Belle – Pier 1
  • USS TORSK – Pier 3
  • Lightship 116 Chesapeake – Pier 3
  • US Army Corp of Engineers M/V CATLETT – Pier 3
  • US Army Corp of Engineers M/V REYNOLDS – Pier 3
  • US Coast Guard Cutter WHEC-37 – Pier 5
  • Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse – Pier 5

FELLS POINT SHIP

  • US Coast Guard Cutter JAMES RANKIN – Fells Point Broadway Pier

NORTH LOCUST POINT MARINE TERMINAL SHIPS

  • USS FORT LAUDERDALE (LSD 28)
  • USS Gonzalez (DDG 66)

NOTE: INDIVIDUAL SHIPS MAY ADJUST HOURS FOR SPECIAL EVENTS.  PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE MARYLAND FLEET WEEK APP TO CONFIRM OPEN TIMES AND SPECIFIC LOCATIONS FOR THE SHIP(S) THAT YOU WISH TO VISIT.

PLEASE READ: SPECIAL SECURITY RULES FOR U.S. NAVY SHIPS

  • Be prepared for security screening
  • All Bags will be searched
  • Outside water / liquids will not be allowed past the check point, however water will be available inside the security area.
  • NO open toed shoes, sandals, high heeled shoes, or Crocs
  • Photography is only allowed in certain areas – ship’s crew will advise
  • Fleet Week is a NO DRONE ZONE

PRO TIP:  Arrive Early for the best experience!  Lines and wait times will be shortest on Thursday, Friday and Monday.

NOTE: If demand exceeds capacity, ship’s crew will cease admitting visitors into the security line.

Ships are open for touring from 10AM to 5PM and all tours are free. Ship’s schedules vary daily and are subject to change without prior notice.

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