On Saturday, October 29th at 7:00 AM, Cape Sable Grace entered the waters of North East Harbour, Nova Scotia. Those that turned out saw a quick and problem free launch on a dark, cool morning. Soon after, the sun rose and shortly after, the rain poured. Cape Sable Grace was berthed at nearby Ingomar Wharf where a reception tent welcomed those out of the rain with hot coffee and chili. At 11:00 a.m. all gathered for the Christening of the vessel. The rain poured, but it was an event to be remembered and no doubt cherished by those who were inspired to build her, and those who did.
Wade Goulden and Crew thanks all who ventured out in the cold, damp, rainy weather.
Thanks to all the suppliers who contributed to the success of this project.
Most of all, a special thanks to Mr. & Mrs. Roofner for the opportunity to build this great vessel.
Farewell to Nova Scotia,
we hope to see you again soon!
Here the tender, affectionately named "Gracie", is launched and tested before hoisted aboard prior to departure.