Saturday, June 29, 2019

Tall Ships at the Redpath Waterfront Festival 2019

Canada Day long weekend in Toronto includes the annual party down at the lakefront. This year includes some big boats like the Bluenose II which you may remember from some coins like the Canadian dime. The World's biggest rubber duck didn't make an appearance this year.
"Every three years, the Redpath Waterfront Festival, presented by Billy Bishop Airport, welcomes a fleet of majestic tall ships to Toronto’s waterfront. During Canada Day weekend, from June 29 – July 1, these ships will be docked from Bay to Lower Sherbourne and will be open for deck tours. The festival is also excited to welcome the Canadian Coast Guard for the first time."
Bluenose II
High water in Lake Ontario means the fleet has moved eastwards near the Toronto Ferry Docks and along Sugar Beach. There is quite a distance between the two groups of Tall Ships and most people walked between the sites, otherwise the TTC #6 or #72B buses were available along Queens Quay.

Tall ships return to the Great Lakes

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