Now and again, the Lady Washington and the Hawaiian Chieftain ply through these waters and play at being ships of the line.
Since I had some warning this time, I made it a point to be on hand when Sunday’s Battle Sail took place.
The Chieftain leaves the East Mooring Basin.
The Lady Washington sails downstream.
The Chieftain, shrouded in smoke from her own gun.
No shots were fired on this pass. I’m no naval tactician, but I think somebody (or multiple somebodies) dropped the (cannon)ball here.
Another (tactical) missed opportunity. I didn’t hesitate, to shoot multiple frames, though!
The Lady Washington, after loosing a salvo.
After tying up: