Lise and John out for an evening ride.

Logan and Taylor win big at the casino in Halifax.

Lise and Kate taking in Port Hood.

Logan thinks he is a tough guy!

Lise in the galley performing her magic!

Does he fit in that bed?

Captain John during a late night repair.

No comment!!!

I wonder what she is thinking about??

When was this even a thing??

John hitching a ride on the Sealegs.

Warbird will officially begin the southbound trip back to Florida. Heading down the east coast this time of year normally involves monitoring tropical storms. This year we happen to be in a storm path at our northern most point. The path will likely change day by day, but we will still need to keep a close eye. Our plan is to depart tomorrow morning for our first leg. Should the storm end up close will will find a place to duck in and seek shelter. Stay tuned…

Warbird tied up at the Yacht Club.

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Crew Lunch in town! Enjoying the famous PEI oysters and mussels!

While our guests left Warbird for the evening to see Santana and the Doobie Brothers, Warbird made the 100 NM crossing from Cape Breton to Prince Edward Island. The trip produced a sunset only rivaled by the following days sunrise!

Sunset leaving Port Hood Island

Sunrise, 11 hours later!

Crew Dinner!

The crew was lucky enough to be treated to a fresh Lobster dinner in Port Hood. It was a good time to unwind!

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Aerial footage of Warbird anchored off of Port Hood Island, NS.

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Warbird entering Canso locks.

Jim masterfully maneuvering Warbird into the locks.

What’s the view out of your window?

The weather was a bit rainy today, but it did not slow us down! We departed from St Peters early morning and headed north into the main body of the lake. The wind was blowing a bit out of the south causing a 2-3 foot chop across the open water. We passed through the “Grand Narrows” which separates the two main sections of the body of water. This required another bridge opening to make the passage. Once through the narrows we made a pit stop at Maskell’s Harbor. Here the guests we able to swim, paddle board, and take a short walk to the light house. After our stop we ended our cruise in the town Baddeck.

Warbird tied up to the town wharf in Baddeck.

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“Sealegs” was on land today. We parked on the dock for a bit of maintenance.