The Bluenose, the iconic Nova Scotia fishing schooner launched in Lunenburg in 1921, pulled in record catches and had a 17-year unbeaten streak in the 1930's and 1940's. on canadian dime mcaskill photographs
Things to do in Lunenburg and charming Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia’s South Shore traces part of the Lighthouse Route, and there’s one area in particular well worth the trip: historic Lunenburg and Mahone Bay.
Bluenose was a Canadian fishing and racing schooner from Nova Scotia built in 1921. She was later commemorated by a replica Bluenose II built in 1963. A celebrated racing ship and hard-working fishing vessel, Bluenose became a provincial icon for Nova Scotia as well as important Canadian symbol in the 1930s. The name "bluenose" originated as a nickname for Nova Scotians from as early as the late 18th century.
603011 Cape Split Nova Scotia Canada A4 Photo Print
GLOSS A4 (21cmx30cm). Actual print may not be exactly A4 - if for example the picture is long or tall. We also print large Box Canvas artwork. Printed on to 270gsm high quality photo GLOSS card.
THE WORN DOORSTEP (Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia) - B&B Reviews & Photos - Tripadvisor
The Worn Doorstep, Cape Breton Island: See 95 traveller reviews, 58 user photos and best deals for The Worn Doorstep, ranked #7 of 16 Cape Breton Island B&Bs / inns and rated 5 of 5 at Tripadvisor.