Visit the Oldest Known Whaling Boat in the World at Red Bay National Historic Site
Visit the authentic 16th-century Basque chalupa at Red Bay National Historic Site, the oldest known whaling boat in the world! Salvaged from the bottom of Red Bay by underwater archaeologists and meticulously conserved, this chalupa offers you a rare glimpse into the dangerous work of the Basque who hunted massive whales hundreds of years ago. Dive into history and arrange your private viewing of the chalupa by visiting the Parks Canada interpretation center.
Valid May 31 - Oct 1, 2021. Offer is included in the Parks Canada entry permit. Offer may be adapted to respect provincial covid-19 health measures.
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