Monday, August 1st
We spent an uneventful night at the wharf in Clark’s Harbor after watching another great sunset from our deck.
We were a little surprised by the activity on the wharves late into Sunday night. It turns out the first Monday in August is Natal Day in Nova Scotia, so for a lot of folks it was a long weekend.
One of the interesting things along this trip has been the way the lobster traps in each area are a little different. From the bowed wooden traps in George’s Bay to these wire traps held together with pot warp.
Along the way, we passed Pubnico Point, site of a FPL/NextEra wind farm:
After just 36 miles with light winds, calm seas and no fog, we arrived in Yarmouth at Killam’s Marina, where we’re tied up next to the Hōkūleʻa, a performance-accurate full-scale replica of a waʻa kaulua, a Polynesian double-hulled voyaging canoe.
- Miles traveled: 1904
- Engine Hours: 272.5