.....Baddeck harbour & marina
.....Baddeck harbour & marina
...... are on our doorstep......


Baddeck


By most peoples expectations, Baddeck is considered the 'pearl' in the oyster of the Bras d'Or Lakes.

The Harbour and Marina form the focal point for a quiet stroll, and close by there are restaurants too numerous to mention from ' fast food ' to ' fine dining'.

It's very much worth spending the extra time to visit the Alexander Graham Bell Museum, also located here in Baddeck on the North side of the town.
 


''The Bras d'Or Lakes are my favorite landscape on planet Earth. Nestled into the hills of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, their pristine tidal waters reflect centuries of Scottish culture, music and friendly people''
Gilbert M. Grosvenor, Chairman of the Board, National Geographic Society

....cruising the islands
....cruising the islands


At the small harbour there is usually a choice of powered or pure sailing yachts that will take you around the bay and nearby islands. This usually takes up to two hours or so, and some are even licensed so that they may sell drinks on board.
.......another harbour view
.......another harbour view



Wherever you wander on the Bras d'Or Lakes, there is always a view to remember....so don't forget to take your camera.
sunset at Orangedale near Whycocomagh
sunset at Orangedale near Whycocomagh







Sunsets over the Bras d'or Lakes
seem all the more romantic.


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