Lynn Lewis, Washington’s tourism-development director, presents an official Washington burgee to captain Robbie Putnam of the Elizabeth II. The Washington Tourism Development Authority coordinated the arrival and visit of the Elizabeth II, a 16th-century reproduction merchant vessel, for Smoke on the Water. The ship made the voyage to Washington’s harbor from its homeport in Manteo at Roanoke Island Festival Park. If you have a photo that you would like to share in the Daily News, please email it along with a description to (Submitted photo/WTDA)

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Published 10:04pm Thursday, November 15, 2012

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