Spanish Ship Bay, Liscomb, Nova Scotia

A scenic and completely "bomb proof" anchorage with good all round shelter and excellent holding in thick mud. We sat out a SW gale in here and didn't move an inch.

It is also an anchorage which one could safely head for in just about any conditions. The entrance to the Liscomb River is wide and generally free of dangers and once inside the narrow entrance to the anchorage itself lies in perfectly sheltered waters.

There is a reasonable 3G mobile signal in the bay but no other facilities.

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