Connecticut Schooner Festival comes to an end

The "Mystic Whaler", a reproduction of a 19th century coastal cargo schooner approaches  New London Harbor Lighthouse as schooners travel by Avery Point in Groton after departing the Connecticut Schooner Festival in New London Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013.
The "Mystic Whaler", a reproduction of a 19th century coastal cargo schooner approaches New London Harbor Lighthouse as schooners travel by Avery Point in Groton after departing the Connecticut Schooner Festival in New London Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013. Tim Martin/The Day Buy Photo

Groton - The "Mystic Whaler," a reproduction of a 19th century coastal cargo schooner approached New London Harbor Lighthouse as schooners traveled by Avery Point in Groton after departing the Connecticut Schooner Festival in New London Sunday.

BB Smith and her husband, John Smith, (not in photo), of Niantic, watch the
BB Smith and her husband, John Smith, (not in photo), of Niantic, watch the "Virginia," a 121-foot wooden replica of the original 20th-century pilot vessel, pass by Ledge Light, as schooners navigate their way by Avery Point in Groton after departing the Connecticut Schooner Festival in New London Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013. Tim Martin/The Day Buy Photo
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