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Nina and Pinta dock at Tin City in Naples

See larger A replica of the historical the Columbus voyage ship, the Nina, makes its way into Naples Bay on Thursday, March 31, 2011. The Nina, accompanied by a replica of the Pinta,  will be docked at Tin City for 10 days. Allie Garza/Staff

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A replica of the historical the Columbus voyage ship, the Nina, makes its way into Naples Bay on Thursday, March 31, 2011. The Nina, accompanied by a replica of the Pinta, will be docked at Tin City for 10 days. Allie Garza/Staff

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  • A replica of the historical the Columbus voyage ship, the Pinta, makes its way into Naples Bay on Thursday, March 31, 2011. The Nina, accompanied by a replica of the Pinta,  will be docked at Tin City for 10 days. Allie Garza/Staff
  • A replica of the historical the Columbus voyage ship, the Nina, makes its way into Naples Bay on Thursday, March 31, 2011. The Nina, accompanied by a replica of the Pinta,  will be docked at Tin City for 10 days. Allie Garza/Staff
  • A replica of the historical the Columbus voyage ship, the Pinta, makes its way into Naples Bay on Thursday, March 31, 2011. The Nina, accompanied by a replica of the Pinta,  will be docked at Tin City for 10 days. Allie Garza/Staff
  • A replica of the historical the Columbus voyage ship, the Nina, makes its way into Naples Bay on Thursday, March 31, 2011. The Nina, accompanied by a replica of the Pinta,  will be docked at Tin City for 10 days. Allie Garza/Staff
  • A replica of the historical the Columbus voyage ship, the Nina, makes its way into Naples Bay on Thursday, March 31, 2011. The Nina, accompanied by a replica of the Pinta,  will be docked at Tin City for 10 days. Allie Garza/Staff
  • First mate Steve Sanger, left, and Cathy Thompson with the Christopher Columbus replica voyage ship, The Pinta, looks out onto Naples Bay on Thursday, March 31, 2011.Allie Garza/Staff
  • A replica of the Christopher Columbus exploration ship, The Pinta, sailed into Naples Bay and docked at Tin City on Thursday, March 31, 2011. The Pinta and a replica of the Nina will be docked at Tin City for 10 days. Allie Garza/Staff
  • Crowds gather at Tin City to view replicas of the Christopher Columbus exploration ships the Nina and the Pinta on Thursday, March 31, 2011. The Nina, accompanied by a replica of the Pinta,  will be docked at Tin City for 10 days. Allie Garza/Staff
  • Terry Akgemeier with the Christopher Columbus replica voyage ship, The Pinta, takes a moment to look out onto Tin City in Naples Bay on Thursday, March 31, 2011.Allie Garza/Staff
  • Replicas of the Nina and the Pinta sailed into Naples Bay and docked at Tin City on Thursday, March 31, 2011.Allie Garza/Staff
  • Deckhands Josh Drown, left, and Jamie Sanger, work to dock and anchor a replica of the Columbus exploration ship The Pinta at Tin City  in Naples on Thursday, March 31, 2011.Allie Garza/Staff
  • Crowds gather at Tin City to view replicas of the Christopher Columbus exploration ships the Nina and the Pinta on Thursday, March 31, 2011. The Nina, accompanied by a replica of the Pinta,  will be docked at Tin City for 10 days. Allie Garza/Staff
  • A replica of the Christopher Columbus exploration ship, The Pinta, sailed into Naples Bay and docked at Tin City on Thursday, March 31, 2011. The Pinta and a replica of the Nina will be docked at Tin City for 10 days. Allie Garza/Staff

Replicas of the historic Nina and Pinta ships docked at Tin City on Thursday, March 31, 2011.

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