ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- The 17th century replica ship named El Galeon came back into St. Augustine early this morning.
It now sits right next to another tall ship, a 16th century replica ship called the Nao Victoria.
St. Augustine is the North American home port for both ships.
This is the first time the two have been docked next to each other on the First Coast.
El Galeon -- the bigger ship -- will be in town for about six months and will open for tours in a couple of days.
The Nao is already open for tours - and it will be on the First Coast for another month before sailing to different Florida cities.
Nao Victoria replica ship arrives in St. Augustine
Tall ship sails into St. Augustine to much fanfare
Tall ship El Galeon on display in St. Augustine
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Ponce de Leon re-enactor visits El Galeon
Teacher is one of few Americans working aboard tall ship
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Saying goodbye to El Galeon
El Galeon heads to New York
El Galeon leaves St. Augustine, but will return