Sunday, November 13, 2011

Tall ships in Toronto Harbour

Most of the pleasure boats have been pulled out of the water along Toronto's waterfront. Except for the area beside the Toronto Music Garden all that remains in the water are floating tires and empty docks waiting for the coming ice and snow of old man winter, even the many of the Island Ferries have been wrapped and protected against the harsh weather.
There were a couple of  tall ships named Playfair and Pathfinder docked with crews working high up in the masts and rigging. These sailing ships join a few of Toronto's regulars including the Kajama and Empire Sandy.
Empire Sandy in the daytime
See more rigging after the jump.

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