The barquentine “Concordia” and the topsail schooner “Bluenose 2” docked at the Fisheries Museum in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada, within a short distance of the shipyard where the Bluenose 2 and her original ancestor,Bluenose,were both built and launched.
The Concordia is owned by the West Island College, Canada, and
used for the West Island College Class Afloat program. The Bluenose 2 is owned by the Province of Nova Scotia and serves as a roving ambassador for the Province, giving tours,charter cruises, and visits to ports along the Atlantic seaboard and the St. Lawrence Seaway and Great Lakes.
Lunenburg town is one of the oldest settlements in both Canada and North America, and has a long history of fishing and building some of the finest and fastest schooners on the North Atlantic. The entire town is a United Nations World Heritage Site.
Taken Sept. 5 2008 with a Fuji S100FS camera.