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Ultimate lobsters and extreme tides: Hall’s Harbour, Nova Scotia

Hall’s Harbour Lobster Pound & Restaurant, Nova Scotia
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Hall’s Harbour Lobster Pound & Restaurant, Nova Scotia

Hall’s Harbour Lobster Pound & Restaurant, Nova Scotia
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measuring a lobster, Hall's Harbour Lobster Pound, Nova Scotia
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Nova Scotia is the world’s largest exporter of lobsters. It is a place where you can dine with the scent of the sea and the drama of the tides as you watch fishermen unload theirs catch. Have the ultimate lobster experience at Hall’s Harbour Lobster Pound & Restaurant, when you choose your own delectable crustacean—right from the source that ships worldwide — and have it cooked.

This fishing village dating to 1779 was used as a base by Captain Hall and his privateers. It overlooks the Bay of Fundy, where water equal to the flow of all the rivers of the world rush in or out every 6 hours and 13 minutes, creating the highest tides in the world. When the tide is out, the water recedes about a mile! All this activity mixes the water vertically all the way to Georges Bank, creating nutrient-rich waters and bountiful sea life. A webcam captures the action of the tides in real time.

For official information on tides, currents, and water levels of the Bay of Fundy go to Water Levels.

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