Rick Mercer lubricates the mast of the Bluenose with the lovely Sophie.

Via on Oct 10, 2009

Rick Mercer, Canada’s Jon Stewart, takes a break from political skewering to adventure it up on the legendary, traditional fishing and racing boat the Bluenose (I think this one’s a descendant of the original) with lovely Sophia and the hardy (har har) Bluenose crew.

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2 Responses to “Rick Mercer lubricates the mast of the Bluenose with the lovely Sophie.”

  1. Tyler Dewar says:

    Would love to visit Lunenburg again soon!

  2. Katie says:

    Yes, it's a descendent of the original Bluenose (hence the name Bluenose II…)

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