Tag Archives: Lunenburg County

Primo and Polar Prince

Primo and Polar Prince in Lunenburg I love to research wonderful things such as history, and the name and details of ships. Presenting fundamental information is part of being a photojournalist, and  is as important as the photograph itself. There … Continue reading

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Primo

Primo in Lunenburg Primo was built in by 1964 as a trawler for St.Lawrence Sea Products Co. She was subsequently purchased by Amos Brannan & Sons Ltd in 1977, Fishery Products International Ltd in 1988, and Dawson Moreland & Associates … Continue reading

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A lobster fishing shed

A lobster fishing shed – Bayport, on the Lower South Cove

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A bit of Bayport

Just a nice section of Bayport, on the Lower South Cove of Lunenburg Bay

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Briella Anne

The fishing boat Briella Anne in Bayport

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Camp Norway

Camp Norway memorial, looking toward downtown Lunenburg In 1940 Norway had the third largest ocean going merchant fleet in the world, with about 1100 ships. When Nazi Germany invaded the country on the 9th of April of that year, 1024 … Continue reading

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A quiet day at Bayport

A quiet day at Bayport, looking over Lower South Cove toward Feltzen

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Theresa E. Connor

Theresa E. Connor at the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic in Lunenburg Built in 1938 in Lunenburg, at the Smith and Rhuland Shipyard, Theresa E. Connor is Canada’s oldest saltbank schooner.    Built: 1938, Smith & Rhuland, Lunenburg Gross Tonnage: 185.23 … Continue reading

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Lunenburg fish boats – Sassy Lassy I

The fishing boat Sassy Lassy I in Lunenburg

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Lunenburg fish boats – Cachalot I

The trawler/dragger Cachalot in Lunenburg Built: 1986 Pictou Industries Limited Gross Tonnage: 283.92 Net Tonnage: 124.59 Vessel Length (m): 28.10 Vessel Breadth (m): 8.38 Vessel Depth (m): 3.93 Speed (knots): 10.5 Propulsion: 1 x 960 HP, single screw

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