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Ghost Ship! - OU0B66
Owner: Camroo
N 43° 11.059' W 79° 22.224' N 43° 11' 3.54'' W 79° 22' 13.44'' N 43.18432°  W 79.37040° 
Altitude: m. ASL.
 Region: Canada > Ontario
Cache type: Virtual
Size: No container
Status: Ready for Search
Date hidden: 2019-08-08
Date created: 2019-08-08
Date published: 2019-09-09
Last modification: 2019-09-25
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Description EN

Was Driving By Here And Saw This Great Spot.... Suprised No One Has Put One Here Yet!

Grande Hermine was the name of the carrack that brought Jacques Cartier to Saint-Pierre on 15 June 1535, and upon which he discovered the estuary of the St. Lawrence River and the St. Lawrence Iroquoian settlement of Stadacona (near current-day Quebec City). She is believed to be represented in the local flag of Saint Pierre and Miquelon (the yellow ship). It is also featured on the Amory Adventure Award of Canadian Scouting. La Grande Hermine was the second ship Jacques Cartier used when exploring the St. Lawrence River

The Replica You See Here is possibly based on the steel hull of a 1914 ferry or a 1941 icebreaker,[2] was purchased by a businessman with the intention of moving her to Ontario and re-opening the restaurant. Unfortunately, he didn't have the funds to realize his dream, and the ship sat in Jordan Harbour, near St. Catharines for years, unused.[3] In 2003, the ship was destroyed by what police called a suspicious fire, most likely the work of arsonists. The burned-out hull still sits in the harbor, located between the 55- and 57-kilometer markers on the Queen Elizabeth Way.

LOGGING TASKS:

Password: How Many Masts Does The Ship Have

Take A Picture Of You At The Harbor... (Do Not Include The Ship Unless No Masts Are Seen) 

Additional hints

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