Eagle exits New London

The U.S. Coast Guard barque Eagle departs New London Wednesday, bound for the annual Schooner Festival in Gloucester, Mass., and then on a training cruise with a class of Coast Guard Officer Candidates before arriving at the Coast Guard shipyard in Baltimore, Md., for an extended maintenance interval. Eagle will transfer home port from New London to Baltimore for the five-year duration of the maintenance period but will continue to take Coast Guard Academy Cadets and Officer Candidates on training cruises, and will be back in New London occasionally.
The U.S. Coast Guard barque Eagle departs New London Wednesday, bound for the annual Schooner Festival in Gloucester, Mass., and then on a training cruise with a class of Coast Guard Officer Candidates before arriving at the Coast Guard shipyard in Baltimore, Md., for an extended maintenance interval. Eagle will transfer home port from New London to Baltimore for the five-year duration of the maintenance period but will continue to take Coast Guard Academy Cadets and Officer Candidates on training cruises, and will be back in New London occasionally. Sean D. Elliot/The Day Buy Photo

The U.S. Coast Guard barque Eagle departs New London Wednesday, bound for the annual Schooner Festival in Gloucester, Mass., and then on a training cruise with a class of Coast Guard Officer Candidates before arriving at the Coast Guard shipyard in Baltimore, Md., for an extended maintenance interval. Eagle will transfer home port from New London to Baltimore for the five-year duration of the maintenance period but will continue to take Coast Guard Academy Cadets and Officer Candidates on training cruises, and will be back in New London occasionally.

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