Take a tour of the HMCS Ville de Quebec, which docked in Cornwall as part of a Great Lakes tour.
HMCS Ville de Quebec tied up at the Cornwall Harbour.1width:500px;height:375pxHMCS Ville de Quebec executive officer Lt-Cmdr. Jean Couillard.2width:500px;height:375pxThe bridge was a popular destination among those touring the ship.3width:500px;height:375pxThe hot seat - the commander's chair on the bridge.4width:500px;height:375pxSteve Wightman of Monkland got some time behind the sheel of the HMCS Ville de Quebec.5width:500px;height:375px
Leading seaman Joshua Goguen, one of the cook's aboard HMCS Ville de Quebec, prepares some hors d'oevres before a reception for Cornwall dignitaries.6width:500px;height:375pxChief petty officer Patrick O'Brien, one of the tour guides aboard HMCS Ville de Quebec. When he's not conducting tours while on the Great Lakes tour, O'Brien is part of the ship's weapons control department.7width:500px;height:375px
Published on September 26, 2012
HMCS Ville de Quebec tied up at the Cornwall Harbour.