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Tall Ships Philadelphia Camden began on Thursday with the arrival of several sailboats and, of course, a giant rubber duck.
The duck did get stuck at one point against a container ship and slowly paddled up the Delaware River before arriving in all its glory between PennsLanding and the Camden waterfront.
The festival lasts through the weekend.
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Tickets are $7 each.