Disabled Canadian tall ship towed to Maine after rescue

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(PORTLAND, Maine) — A disabled Canadian tall ship was towed into port Tuesday in Eliot, Maine, and will undergo repairs there, the Portland Press Herald reported. The nine people aboard the 85-foot Liana's Ransom, a replica pirate ship, were rescued Monday after the vessel lost power in rough seas east of Gloucester, Mass. A Coast Guard spokesman said a fishing vessel towed the tall ship to Kittery Point Yacht Yard on the Piscataqua River.

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By Professional Mariner Staff