A life-long resident of Nova Scotia, I am well-acquainted with the pleasure of spending the afternoon on a boat, breathing in the salty air and laughing at those on shore. Unfortunately for me, and those who troll the seas with me, I am an utter fog magnet.
My recent trip aboard the Tall Ship Silva is no exception. After more than a week of hot, sunny weather, which we talked about nonstop since it is unprecedented for July in Nova Scotia, I arrived on the Halifax Waterfront to find the air was breezy and hazy, and there was a big honking fog bank sitting right offshore. Directly in front of us.
No matter. It was a lovely day for a sail, with bright sun, a nice breeze, colourful flags, and your traditional Nova Scotia fog bank.
To read more about experience aboard the Tall Ship Silva, head over to NovaScotia.com!
The opinion presented within this post is my own, and I would like to thank the Tall Ship Silva for inviting me on board and providing a complimentary pass for their 10th anniversary sail. Any time I receive a discount or complimentary service in my capacity as a travel blogger, I disclose it.