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Elizabeth II, a Legacy of America’s Four Hundredth

Roanoke Island Festival Park, NC - The representational ship interprets one of the seven English merchant vessels from the Roanoke Voyage of 1585.

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The Elizabeth II is a replica sailing ship at Festival Park on Roanoke Island

The Elizabeth II at Roanoke Island Festival Park is ablaze with Christmas lights for the first time for the 2013 holiday season!

Elizabeth II, a 69-ft square-rigged sailing ship built as the centerpiece of America's 400th Anniversary Celebration to represent one of the vessels used to transport Sir Walter Raleigh's colonists to the New World between 1584 and 1587. The ship is harbored across the Manteo, NC waterfront at Roanoke Island Festival Park.