Triton Spotter in Nova ScotiaJul 20, 2018 by Triton Staff
Nova Scotian Steve Cunning fell in love with his Triton on first sight at a marina in Maine. Retired two years ago, he now cruises with his wife, Tina, between Nova Scotia and the Caribbean.
“Everyone we meet on our travels has the impression that Nova Scotia is too cold, even in summer. We can get cold days, but our weather can also be hot. It is very much like New England, only without the lobster pots to avoid. It really is a beautiful province.”
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