Images: Draken Harald Harfagre in Chicago

 
Morgan Timms
Updated 7/27/2016 8:18 PM

See images aboard replica Viking ship Draken Harald Harfagre upon arrival at Chicago's Navy Pier for the annual Tall Ships exhibition.

The Draken Harald Harfagre is silhouetted as it passes the Chicago skyline en route to Navy Pier for the Tall Ships exhibition.
The Draken Harald Harfagre is silhouetted as it passes the Chicago skyline en route to Navy Pier for the Tall Ships exhibition.
Morgan Timms | Staff Photographer
Captain Björn Ahlander monitors the direction of his replica Viking ship, the Draken Harald Harfagre, on Wednesday upon arriving to Chicago's Navy Pier for the Tall Ships exhibition.
Captain Björn Ahlander monitors the direction of his replica Viking ship, the Draken Harald Harfagre, on Wednesday upon arriving to Chicago's Navy Pier for the Tall Ships exhibition.
Morgan Timms | Staff Photographer
Anna Spring of Newport, R.I., watches the Chicago skyline as the Draken Harald Harfagre approaches Navy Pier for the Tall Ships exhibition.
Anna Spring of Newport, R.I., watches the Chicago skyline as the Draken Harald Harfagre approaches Navy Pier for the Tall Ships exhibition.
Morgan Timms | Staff Photographer
Deckhands aboard replica Viking ship Draken Harald Harfagre work together to pull down the ship's sails Wednesday it approaches Chicago's Navy Pier for the Tall Ships exhibition.
Deckhands aboard replica Viking ship Draken Harald Harfagre work together to pull down the ship's sails Wednesday it approaches Chicago's Navy Pier for the Tall Ships exhibition.
Morgan Timms | Staff Photographer
Deckhands aboard the Draken Harald Harfagre row into the shore of Chicago's Navy Pier during the Tall Ships exhibition Monday.
Deckhands aboard the Draken Harald Harfagre row into the shore of Chicago's Navy Pier during the Tall Ships exhibition Monday.
Morgan Timms | Staff Photographer
Dag Jonasson of Gothenburg, Sweden, runs along the deck of replica Viking ship Draken Harald Harfagre while the crew lowers the ship's sail Wednesday in preparation for the Tall Ships exhibition in Chicago's Navy Pier.
Dag Jonasson of Gothenburg, Sweden, runs along the deck of replica Viking ship Draken Harald Harfagre while the crew lowers the ship's sail Wednesday in preparation for the Tall Ships exhibition in Chicago's Navy Pier.
Morgan Timms | Staff Photographer
Cooks Kerstin Kessu Karu of Jõhvi, Estonia,  and Paul Bertilsson of Laholm, Sweden, chat in the kitchen of replica Viking ship Draken Harald Harfagre Wednesday as it approaches Chicago's Navy Pier for the Tall Ships exhibition.
Cooks Kerstin Kessu Karu of Jõhvi, Estonia, and Paul Bertilsson of Laholm, Sweden, chat in the kitchen of replica Viking ship Draken Harald Harfagre Wednesday as it approaches Chicago's Navy Pier for the Tall Ships exhibition.
Morgan Timms | Staff Photographer
Deckhands take a break to chat and use the washroom located under the deck as they approach Chicago's Navy Pier for Wednesday's Tall Ships exhibition.
Deckhands take a break to chat and use the washroom located under the deck as they approach Chicago's Navy Pier for Wednesday's Tall Ships exhibition.
Morgan Timms | Staff Photographer
Deckhands row Replica Viking ship Draken Harald Harfagre passed Chicago's Navy Pier on Wednesday during the Tall Ships exhibition.
Deckhands row Replica Viking ship Draken Harald Harfagre passed Chicago's Navy Pier on Wednesday during the Tall Ships exhibition.
Morgan Timms | Staff Photographer
Dag Jonasson of Gothenburg, Sweden, helps pull down the sail of replica Viking ship Draken Harald Harfagre on Wednesday as it approached the shore of Chicago's Navy Pier.
Dag Jonasson of Gothenburg, Sweden, helps pull down the sail of replica Viking ship Draken Harald Harfagre on Wednesday as it approached the shore of Chicago's Navy Pier.
Morgan Timms | Staff Photographer
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