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(From Bristol Evening Post)
Majestic tall ships Kaskelot and the Earl of Pembroke sailed into Bristol for the three-day EDF Energy Bristol Harbour Festival, which begins tonight.
It is the fourth time at the festival for Kaskelot, a replica of a 19th century barque built in 1948.
The ship - star of a long list of movies including Cutthroat Island, Return to Treasure Island, The Three Musketeers, Longitude, David Copperfield and A Respectable Trade - is now moored next to the Lloyds Amphitheatre stage, producing a stunning backdrop for the weekend's impressive array of entertainment.
She is joined by another barque replica, the Earl of Pembroke, also owned by Cornwall-based Square Sail, and the Matthew, the replica of Cabot's famous ship that is synonymous with Bristol's harbourside.
More than 200,000 people are expected to come to the free festival which this year …