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A handmade replica of the Nina, a boat in Christopher Columbus' original fleet of discovery, makes it's way up Ft. Myers Beach Thursday on it's way to docking at Centennial Park adjacent to the Yacht Basin, 300 Lee St. in downtown Fort Myers.  The Nina will be open to the public Friday, Jan. 13 through the morning of January  16.  Admission onto the ship is $5.00 for adults, $4.00 for senior citizens, $3.00 for students and free for childrend 4 years old and younger.  Teachers or groups whishing to schedule a 30 minute tour, please call 787-421-0402.  Michel Fortier/Staff

EXTRA PHOTO A handmade replica of the Nina, a boat in Christopher Columbus' original fleet of discovery, makes it's way up Ft. Myers Beach Thursday on it's way to docking at Centennial Park adjacent to the Yacht Basin, 300 Lee St. in downtown Fort Myers. The Nina will be open to the public Friday, Jan. 13 through the morning of January 16. Admission onto the ship is $5.00 for adults, $4.00 for senior citizens, $3.00 for students and free for childrend 4 years old and younger. Teachers or groups whishing to schedule a 30 minute tour, please call 787-421-0402. Michel Fortier/Staff

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