A 285 ton Schooner, Bluenose was the exhilarating winner of the “II International Fisherman’s Trophy” in 1921.
This regatta, held off the coasts of Nova Scotia and New England, was strictly limited to genuine fishing vessels. Bluenose won innumerable victories in subsequent editions of the race, and no other vessel was ever able to pluck the prized trophy from her Canadian owners for many a year.
Double planking in precious wood
Wooden and metal fittings
Masts, spars, rigging and sail cloth
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