Fully revised and updated with details of more than 200 harbours
- Now includes more than 170 new coloured charts illustrating routes, harbours and anchorages.
- In-depth coverage from the southwestern shore of New Brunswick and the St. John River to the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Island, the Bras d’Or Lakes, and Sable Island.
- Filled with up-to-date, practical navigational advice and recommendations based on reports from very experienced sailors, all distilled into one comprehensive 266-page guide.
- Edited by Wilson Fitt and published by Cruising Club of America Nautical Publications and endorsed by the Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron.
What Makes Nova Scotia Such A Special Place To Cruise?
It has beautiful scenery, innumerable well protected anchorages spaced at convenient intervals along more than 350 miles of coastline, an inland sea that offers some of the best sailing in eastern North America, and extraordinarily friendly people in picturesque towns and cities.
What Makes This CCA Guide Worth Having Aboard?
It includes details of over 200 harbors from the Southwestern shore of New Brunswick and Saint John River, plus the Bay of Fundy to Cape Breton Island and the Bras d’Or Lakes. The Guide is filled with navigational advice and recommendations based on reports from very experienced sailors that have been gathered over the past seventy years and distilled into one up-to-date volume. This wealth of information is available only in this printed book format.