It’s the season for Tall Ships. Actually next year 2017 will be the year that many of the Tall ships make their return. ( Last time was 2009)
For the past week, the beautiful Tall Ship,‘Cuauhtémoc’ from Mexico has been docked on the Halifax Waterfront. What a beauty of a ship!! What a ship to photograph! And many people have.
I am a little sad I didn’t get in to the waterfront myself…
Here are just a couple of my favourites that local photographers captured!
Photo by: Kimberley Burke
Photo by: John Tenfold ( Photomaster Studios)
Photos by: Shaun Lowe Photographic
These ones are so beautiful!!Shaun Lowe Photographic does AMAZING work!!! Based out of Halifax Check out their other work.
Ok…and just one MORE!!
The Tall Ship Cuauhtémoc is a sail training vessel of the Mexican Navy, named for the last Mexica Huey Tlatoani The collection of tall ships scheduled to visit Nova Scotia’s ports next year will be part of Nova Scotia’s Canada 150 celebrations. who was captured and executed in 1525. She is the last of the four sister ships built by the Naval Shipyards in Bilbao, Spain in 1982.
Goodbye Cuauhtémoc, thanks for visiting!
This is just a small taste of a Tall Ship.
Nova Scotia has officially been deemed a Rendez-vous 2017 Tall Ships Regatta venue and will serve as the start of the final leg of the tall ships race next year.
“Plans are also being made that these ships will stop in communities all along our coast, allowing Nova Scotians from communities across our province to see these ships closer to home” said Premier Stephen McNeil. The collection of tall ships scheduled to visit Nova Scotia’s ports next year will be part of Nova Scotia’s Canada 150 celebrations. Mark your calendars for the summer of 2017. Yay!! How exciting…the Tall ships are coming!