Brigantine Sceptre

Brigantine Sceptre

Brigantine Sceptre

Brigantine Sceptre

The Brigantine Sceptre sailed out of Lunenburg and, from 1886 to 1911, was one of the fastest sailing ships, before the Bluenose. The Schooner Sceptre, named after the Brig, was under the command of Captain John Spurgeon Geldert during the 1920s.

The Sceptre room has one double bed and a charming view of the pedestrian walkway to Lunenburg Harbour.



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