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Discover how shipbuilding has marked the St. Lawrence region.

Shipbuilding

Discover how shipbuilding has marked the St. Lawrence region.

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  •  Musée maritime de Charlevoix

    It’s exciting to discover the history of the schooners that navigated the St. Lawrence and the lives of the men who sailed them! In visiting the Musée maritime de Charlevoix, I even learned shipbuilders’ secrets... It’s not easy to build a wooden boat!

    Address:   305 rue de l'Église, Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive, Québec

    Phone number:   418-635-1131

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  •  Musée de la Gaspésie

    The Gaspésie region played a key role in Québec’s colonization. Stopping in at this museum enabled me to discover the rich history of this peninsula and its inhabitants.



    I also visited the Centre d'archives de la Gaspésie and found some very interesting historical photos.

    Address:   80 boulevard de Gaspé, Gaspé, Québec

    Phone number:   418-368-1534

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  •  Musée maritime de Charlevoix’s Maritime Park

    Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive was a key site for schooner construction.

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  •  At the heart of Banc-de-Pêche de Paspébiac historic site

    Here, we are taken back to the days when sailing ships ruled the seas!

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  •  Port of Rivière-au-Renard

    This fishing village, whose bay opens onto the Gulf, is located very close to Gaspé.

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  •  Port of Montréal

    More than one million containers transit the Port of Montréal every year, making it one of the key ports of the North Atlantic.

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  •  The River seen from Québec City

    From the heights of Québec City, we can see the South Shore and as far as Mont Sainte-Anne.

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  •  Offshore at Forillon

    This magnificent park, nestled between cliffs, forests and the sea, is at the end of the Gaspé Peninsula.

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  •  Musée maritime de Charlevoix

    Located in Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive, the museum is in the heart of the Maritime Park.

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  •  Montréal from the River

    Montréal is an island, bordered by the St. Lawrence to the east and Rivière de Prairies to the west.

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  •  Les Galets heritage site

    On arriving at this peninsula at Natashquan, we are immersed in the history of fishing in Gulf of St. Lawrence waters.

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