USS Constellation headed back to her berth more watertight than she left it in October. Image courtesy of Harbor Craft Films.

VIDEO: USS Constellation Relaunched after Major Repairs

The USS Constellation, the largest example of Chesapeake Bay wooden shipbuilding still in existence, is no longer leaking.

The Civil War-era sloop-of-war left its permanent berth at Baltimore’s Inner’s Harbor in late October, due for re-caulking as some leaks had been going on for years.

Cheryl Costello shows us an unusual view of the Constellation and the traditional caulking method being done by pre-release Baltimore inmates. Watch below: