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Schedule

The Tall Ships Drop Anchor in Canada and USA

More than 40 Tall Ships will be sailing Canadian waters to honour the 150th anniversary of the Canadian Confederation in 2017. They are scheduled to stop at host ports in Ontario, Québec and the Maritimes, giving thousands of people the opportunity to admire the majestic beauty of these cathedrals of the seas.

Schooner BLUENOSE II - 2017 SAILING SCHEDULE

  • The schedule may change due to unexpected delays or unfavourable sailing conditions.
  • The ship may be closed to the public on Mondays for scheduled maintenance.

For reservations, to book a sail or information on the Bluenose II schedule please call, toll free 1-855-640-3177 or email shorecrew@bluenose2crew.ca

Book your reservations online now »

Port Dates Event
Lunenburg, NS  June 2 - 9  Crew Training
Lunenburg, NS  June 10 - 11 Cruises/ Decks Open
    Rendezvous 2017
Boston, Mass June 16 - 22 Sail Boston 2017 RDV 2017
Lunenburg, NS June 25 - 27 Cruises/ Decks Open
Pictou, NS June 30 - July 2 Tall ships Visit RDV 2017
Pictou, NS July 3 Cruises/ Decks Open
Gaspe, PQ July 7 - 9 Tall Ships visit RDV 2017
Le Baie, Saguenay, PQ  July 14 - 16 Tall Ships visit RDV 2017
Quebec City, PQ July 18 - 23 Tall Ships visit RDV 2017
Halifax, NS July 29 - Aug 1 Tall Ships visit RDV 2017
Sydney, NS Aug 4 - 6 Tall Ships visit RDV 2017
Lunenburg, NS Aug 10 - 12 Tall Ships visit RDV 2017
Digby, NS Aug 15 - 16 Tall Ships visit RDV 2017
Lunenburg, NS Aug 18 - Sept 06 Cruises/ Decks Open
Princes Inlet, NS (Anchor) Sept 7 - 8 2017 Sonar Worlds
Lunenburg, NS Sept 8 - 15 Cruises/ Decks Open
Bedford, NS Sept 17-18 Cruises/ Decks Open
Halifax, NS Sept 19 - 22 Cruises/ Decks Open
Lunenburg, NS Sept 24 - 30 Cruises/ Decks Open
 
October 1st - commence down-rigging for the winter.
 
“BLUENOSE II” & the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic are operated by the Lunenburg Marine Museum Society