Captain Horatio Sinbad, North Carolina's only officially commissioned privateer, set sail from Beaufort in 2002, bound for Jamaica to compete in the Class B race at America's Sail. He returned with a 100-pound trophy and the right to choose the final port of the next tall ships race in 2006. He chose his home port of Beaufort. Wright describes the activities of this tall ships event which runs from June 30 to July 4. Around 250,000 visitors are expected. Class A ships will dock in Morehead City. Class B ships will dock in Beaufort at the new floating docks being built as part of the $60 to $80 million Olde Beaufort Seaport, a living history maritime village that will expand the facilities of the North Carolina Maritime Museum.