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Historic Ships You Can Actually Visit

Cheapism Logo By Erin Kuschner of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 16: Ahoy, mate! Vacations often revolve around road trips to national parks, theme parks, or beaches, but for a more nautical-themed adventure, may we suggest climbing aboard a ship? Across America and around the world, historical ships have docked at museums and ports, awaiting new shipmates to explore its decks. From World War II battleships to 19th century clippers, these ships should play a starring role on your next vacation. Find more must-read stories on the best travel news and trip ideas with Cheapism Search and Save.

Walk the Planks

Ahoy, mate! Vacations often revolve around road trips to national parks, theme parks, or beaches, but for a more nautical-themed adventure, may we suggest climbing aboard a ship? Across America and around the world, historical ships have docked at museums and ports, awaiting new shipmates to explore its decks. From World War II battleships to 19th century clippers, these ships should play a starring role on your next vacation. 

Find more must-read stories on the best travel news and trip ideas with Cheapism Search and Save.
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