Docked around the Inner Harbor you’ll find several historic ships that tell the story of Baltimore’s maritime past:
- USS Constellation- the last sail-only warship designed and built by the United States Navy (1854).
- USCG Cutter 37- 1930s law enforcement ship that served 50 continuous years.
- LV116 Chesapeake – 1930 light ship used to guide maritime traffic at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay.
- USS Torsk- 1944 submarine that saw service in World War II.
These historic ships are now floating museums, filled with artifacts and stories from their service days.