Glooscap (ship)
Glooscap was a full-rigged sailing ship built in 1891 at Spencer's Island, Nova Scotia in the Minas Basin of the Bay of Fundy. The ship was named after Glooscap, the spiritual hero figure of the Mi'km...
HMS Surprise (replica ship)
HMS Surprise is a modern tall ship, built at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada as Rose in 1970 to a Phil Bolger design based on the original 18th-century British Admiralty drawings. She is based on HMS&#...
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Hamburg (barque)
Hamburg was a three masted barque built in 1886 at Hantsport, Nova Scotia. She was the largest three masted barque ever built in Canada .
Hamburg was one of the last of over a hundred large saili...
Bluenose II
Bluenose II is a replica of the fishing schooner Bluenose which was built in 1963 as a promotional yacht for Oland Brewery and became Nova Scotia's sailing ambassador in 1971.
Bluenose II was laun...
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HMCS Goose Bay (MM 707)
HMCS Goose Bay is a Kingston-class coastal defence vessel that has served in the Canadian Forces since 1998.Goose Bay is the eighth ship of her class which is the name for the Maritime Coastal De...
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Bounty (1960 ship)
Bounty was an enlarged reconstruction of the original 1787 Royal Navy sailing ship HMS Bounty. Built in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia in 1960, she sank off the coast of North Carolina during Hurricane S...
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Lord Clarendon (ship)
Lord Clarendon was the largest wooden ship ever built in Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. The ship was named in honour of the British statesman, George Villiers, the 4th Earl of Clarendon. The ship wa...
Kings County (barque)
Kings County was a four masted barque built in 1890 at Kingsport, Nova Scotia on the Minas Basin. She was named to commemorate Kings County, Nova Scotia and represented the peak of the county's shipbu...
Dei Gratia (brigantine)
Dei Gratia was a Canadian brigantine built in Bear River, Nova Scotia in 1871. The brigantine was named after the Latin phrase for "By the Grace of God". Dei Gratia became famous in 1872 when, under ...
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Atlantic Osprey
The Atlantic Osprey is an anchor handling tug supply vessel (AHTS) vessel, launched 17 April 2003.Built by Halifax Shipyard for operation by Atlantic Towing Limited, Atlantic Osprey is an Ulstein UT 7...
HMCS Venture
HMCS Venture was a Three Masted Schooner built for the Royal Canadian Navy as a training ship in 1937. She served during the Second World War at Halifax. She was the second ship commissioned by the Ro...
Theodore Too
Theodore Too is a large-scale imitation tugboat built in Dayspring, Nova Scotia in 2000 based on the fictional television tugboat character Theodore Tugboat.
Theodore Too was commissioned by Cochr...
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Blue Dolphin (schooner)
Blue Dolphin was an auxiliary schooner built in 1926 at Shelburne, Nova Scotia by the Shelburne Shipbuilding Company as an adventure yacht. She served as US Navy auxiliary, IX 65 in World War II and a...
CCGS Cape Roger
CCGS Cape Roger is an Offshore Patrol Vessel operated by the Canadian Coast Guard.The vessel was built at Ferguson Industries Ltd., Pictou and commissioned into the CCG in 1977. She underwent a moder...
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HMCS Brandon (MM 710)
HMCS Brandon is a Kingston-class coastal defence vessel that has served in the Canadian Forces since 1999.Brandon is the eleventh ship of her class which is the name for the Maritime Coastal Defe...
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HMCS Nanaimo (MM 702)
HMCS Nanaimo is a Kingston-class coastal defence vessel that has served in the Canadian Forces and Royal Canadian Navy since 1997.Nanaimo is the third ship of her class, which is the name for the...
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Sir Charles Ogle
Sir Charles Ogle was a ferry that operated from 1830 until 1894 for the Halifax-Dartmouth Ferry Service and was the first steamboat built in Nova Scotia. Construction began on 18 April 1829 in Alexand...
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HMS Halifax (1768)
HMS Halifax was a schooner built for merchant service at Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1765 and purchased in 1768 by the British Royal Navy for coastal patrol in North America in the years just prior to the...
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HMCS Athabaskan (R79)
HMCS Athabaskan was a Tribal-class destroyer that served with the Royal Canadian Navy in the immediate post-Second World War era. She was the second destroyer to bear the name "Athabaskan", after the ...
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Stag (barque)
Stag was a barque built in Nova Scotia which was renowned for her speed. Designed by a pioneering Canadian naval architect Ebenezer Moseley, Stag was built with a dramatic "Aberdeen bow". Considere...