The ties to Gloucester for the Bluenose II are strong and historic. We’d appreciate it if you could post the relaunch of the Bluenose II live relaunch webcam in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. As you probably know, the relaunch will be next Saturday morning ~7:00 EST (8:00 in NS).
The link to the live relaunch webcam is http://www.novascotiawebcams.com/south-shore/bluenose-ii-eventcam.html though it is not live yet.
The link to the Bluenose II current view is http://www.novascotiawebcams.com/south-shore/bluenose-ii.html
Thanks so much, Margaret Jeddry
Lunenburg Shipyard, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada
Nova Scotia’s famous sailing ambassador is undergoing a major rebuild during 2011 & 2012 to ensure its legacy for many years to come. The project is taking place at the Lunenburg Shipyard, site of the construction of Bluenose in 1921. The public is invited to see and learn about preserving this important piece of Nova Scotia’s heritage. The work is being carried out by the Lunenburg Shipyard Alliance consisting of Snyder’s Shipyard, Covey Island Boatworks & Lunenburg Industrial Foundry & Engineering. Come visit the site until the re-launch this summer and see Nova Scotia boat-building at its best.