These are a more-or-less random sampling of photos taken on our courses. They change often, so keep coming back to see new ones.
Heading down the Eastern Shore about 15 miles off – a cold front (with a thunderstorm) has just passed and we will get a wind shift to the NW and will be able to sail all night.
This buoy marks the wreck of the warship Saguenay in Lunenburg Bay. I like to see fog on a course because it promotes skill-building.
Piloting out of Lunenburg Harbour
Sambro Island Light off Halifax. It is the oldest continuously operating lighthouse in North America.
White sided dolphins. Taken on a delivery on Coronation II.
Here’s how fast a MOB can happen
Motoring in very light wind past Peggy’s Cove. A view the tourists don’t get to see.
Proceeding through St. Peters Canal and lock, August 2015