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Cruising on the Mary T

Newfoundland's Southwest Coast
23-Minutes
A great cruising documentary
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Cruising on the Mary T
Newfoundland's Southwest Coast
23-Minutes

A great cruising documentary
with magnificent vistas
and a touching story of a proud people


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Cruising on the Mary T
Nova Scotia to the Bahamas
85-Minutes

A great cruising documentary
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Newfoundland's
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Newfoundland's Southwest Coast (23 Minutes)
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FROM THE LOG OF THE MARY T
Newfoundland

TWO COD
"In the town of Francois, set dramatically at the bottom of a red-cliffed fjord, Karen, from Challenge, was given two huge cod by a local fisherman. He t2 Codhen asked Kenny and I if we would like some too. I looked at the bewildered Karen holding the two big fish by the gills. 'I think we could share what you’ve given her' Karen looked at the fisherman imploringly, 'Do you think you could show me how to fillet these?' The fishermen kindly took them back and deftly turned each fish into 4 ready-to-cook fillets. Dieu merci. I put ours in the fridge and baked it in bread crumbs the following night. It was possibly the best fish I’ve ever eaten."

SAILING INTO HARE BAY FIORD
Hare Bay Fiord"Contrary to what we’d previously decided about turning back to the west, we headed further east and turned up a fjord called Hare Bay. It is difficult to convey in words the majesty and vastness of these places."

 

 

PORT AUX BASQUES
"Less than 24 hours after our arrival in Port aux Basques a man offered us a pile of fresh mackerel fillets. Now mackerel is an oily bait fish which some people eat, but I’ve never tried it, nor has Kenny. I managed to unload some of it on another cruiser who told me she fried it and found it delicious. The Quebecois cruisers politely declined to take any, so now we have eight fillets in the freezer awaiting culinary inspiration."

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Cruising on
the Mary T

Newfoundland's
Southwest Coast

Voyage with Amy and Kenny aboard their 1984 Morgan 384 sloop as they explore Newfoundland's southwest coast.

Map

Sail past grand vistas of rock bound shores into stunning fjords.

Fiord

Visit remote outports frozen in time andlearn the sad story of their slow decline.

Out Port

Meet the locals who tell of vanishing fisheries and a government that's eliminating their support including mail, mainland ferries and electricity.

Fisherman

Witness a homecoming celebration in the small island village of Ramea where a traditional way of life is quickly disappearing.

Come Home

Then sail east to the small island of St. Pierre & Miquelon, the last remaining French position in North America.

Map-St Pierre

Mary T Drawing

Mary T, named for Ken's mother, is a Morgan 38-4, built in 1984. She is 38 feet 4 inches long, 12 feet wide, and has a 5 foot draft.

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