The Roseway (Above) tied up at Histroic Properties. The Unicorn also moved here late yesterday.
Historic Properites is the old Pickford And Black Wharves – Pickford and Black were ship agents and Chandelers. The Photo below is form the Notman studio, Via the NS Archives, and showes the wharves when they were in use.
The Pride of Baltimore II and the Peacemaker are due 1000, and the Gazelia Primera is due at 1300 today.
Tall Ship Gazellia Primero Arrives Wednesday the 18th at 1300 expect Pride of Baltimore II and Bounty to follow that evening.
The French Navy Tug Malabar (A664) is due Thursday(19) morning, as is the US Coast Guard tall Ship
The USS De Wert and USS Hurricane are due 0800 Friday(July 20th)
The is also a
Foreign Naval vessel USS Scranton is due Saturday- Its a submarine, so shes going to Shearwater
War of 1812 Commemorations, and Tallships Events will coincide with a US Navy Visit.
The USS De Wert, a U.S. Navy Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigate, is one of a flotilla of U.S. and Canadian ships that will be touring the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway System this summer from July 20 through September 21 in recognition of the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812. In addition to the USS De Wert the ships scheduled to participate in the tour include the coastal patrol boat USS Hurricane, and the Canadian Navy’s Halifax-class frigate HMCS Ville de Quebec.
The Tour kicks off July 20th in Halifax, and then heads to quebec, and around the Great Lakes.
|Sagres II (Portugal)|
|Gazela Philadelphia (USA) former Portuguese banks schoooner Gazela Primero, since renamed Gazela|
I Also learned that the 1984 Tall Ship Event was Mared With Tradgedy. Wikipedia Tells us about the loss of the Marques.
The Marques won the first tall ships’ race, from Puerto Rico to Bermuda. The ship left Hamilton on the second race, bound for Halifax, Nova Scotia, on 2 June 1984. On the night of 2 June the ship ran into a gale. In the early hours of 3 June she was hit by a sudden squall and a large wave, possible arogue wave, and was knocked down onto her starboard side. Although the ship had been converted to a sail training and charter cruise ship, she had retained the main cargo hatch from her days as a commercial vessel. When she was knocked down the main hatch was breached and water flooded into the interior of the ship. She sank in less than a minute, with the loss of 19 of her 28 crew members.
Over the coming weeks I’ll be posting a Selection of photos from the very First Tall Ships NS – Circa 1984. First up, We have A visitor from earlier this year – Venezuelan Navy tall ship Simon Bolivar
Next We have a familiar face, The Bluenose II
The Soviet Navy Sail Training Vessel Kruzenshtern, A Difficult get I would imagine in 1984. If the Tug looks familiar, its the Florence M, during her time as Point Vibert with Eastern Canada Towing and Salvage (EC Tug).
Finally we have this unknown American Schooner, I belive to be the Harvey Gamage passing the EC Tug Wharf.