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Port of Call: Halifax

A sailboat off Halifax. Photo by Alen Jerinic

By Everett Potter

One hundred years after trying to rescue passengers on the Titanic, Halifax remembers the disaster. The Nova Scotian capital has a bevy of the ship’s artifacts, as well as a bounty of local seafood and a strong seafaring tradition. Read more of my story in National Geographic Traveler

 

  Everett Potter is Editor-in-Chief of Everett Potter’s Travel Report

 

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