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YTCHENG wrote a review Oct 2019
Hong Kong, China15,500 contributions1,174 helpful votes
The tall statue depicted a sailor carrying an aircap and a sack had been erected near Atlantic Maritime Museum along waterfront walkway of Halifax had historical stories behind. Worth to take a note on the plague with detailed description behind.
Date of experience: October 2019
bukagirl wrote a review Aug 2019
New Jersey3,712 contributions10,618 helpful votes
When you are walking the boards do a little detour behind the children's playground and see this well done tribute. Make sure you read the inscriptions.
Date of experience: August 2019
Jenny wrote a review May 2019
Burlington, Canada456 contributions95 helpful votes
If you're walking on the Harbourfront boardwalk, it's very easy to stop, see the statue, and think about the people and events connected to Halifax.
Date of experience: May 2019
MarlaToronto wrote a review Nov 2018
Toronto166 contributions47 helpful votes
More than 65 years ago my father, a WWII vet, was stationed in Halifax. He not returned since but remembered this statue and asked me to see if it is still standing ...... a proud Canadian sailor!
Date of experience: October 2018
Citallwic wrote a review Aug 2018
Columbia, South Carolina9,200 contributions807 helpful votes
Halifax’s Sailor Statue (aka The Sailor) is located at Sackville Landing near the intersection of Water and Sackville Streets. This eight foot-tall Peter Bustin-desgned statue, which depicts a jaunty-looking sailor toting a duffel bag and hammock, honors all Canadian sailors, regardless of whether they served in war or peace. The statue is very accessible, being close to the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and easily reached from the nearby Harbourwalk promenade. Photography conditions are far from ideal, but with some effort you can find a decent camera angle.…
Date of experience: September 2017