Nova Scotia symbols don’t get much more iconic than the Bluenose. This summer you can catch Bluenose II on her Sail Past Summer Tour, a tour name fit for the times we live in.
She’s sailing into 26 ports and harbours around the province this summer. If you wanted to see her in your hometown, this is your chance!
“Through our teamwork onboard we hope to embody the unity that is being shown ashore. It is the crew’s belief that seeing Bluenose II sailing in our waters will inspire communities to remember their strengths as they work together for a better future.” said Phil Watson, Bluenose II captain.
Nova Scotia’s sailing ambassador will depart Lunenburg in late July and visit southwestern Nova Scotia, the South Shore, Halifax Regional Municipality and Cape Breton. Here is her schedule:
|July 25 – 27||Lunenburg, NS|
|July 28 – August 11||Digby, Grande Manan Island, Petit Passage, Meteghan, Yarmouth, Pubnico, Barrington, Cape Sable, Liverpool, Lahave|
|August 11 – 14||Lunenburg, NS|
|August 15 – 24||Mahone Bay, Tancook Island, St. Margaret’s Bay, Halifax, Bedford, Sambro|
|August 24 – 27||Lunenburg, NS|
|August 28 – September 11||Whitehead, Canso, Louisbourg, Sydney, North Sydney, Baddeck, Meat Cove, Pictou, Port Hood, Arichat|
|September 14 +||Lunenburg, NS|