Ballantyne’s Cove is a community in Antigonish County Nova Scotia, Canada named for one of its early settlers, David Ballantyne, who settled in the area around 1810.
Ballantyne’s Cove, Cape George and Livingstone’s Cove encompass the area locally designated as “The Cape.”
Ballantyne’s Cove has a port that hosts a 40 slip marina and the Ballantyne’s Cove Tuna Interpretive Centre.
Coordinates: [show location on an interactive map] 45°51’49.44″N, 61°54’33.57″W
Sailing Directions for Cape George and Ballantyne’s Cove Wharf (Location of Tuna Centre)
(Sailing directions are taken from “Atlantic Coast: List of Lights, Buoys and Fog Signals” published by Fisheries and Oceans Canada 2001.)

Click and drag the image below for a 360 degree view of Ballantyne’s Cove Marina!

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4 Responses to Welcome

  1. molly says:

    you should put more info about david ballantyne

    • admin says:

      Hello Molly, sorry for the lack of content on this website. It actually wasn’t supposed to be ‘out there’ yet as it is far from finished. If you (or anyone reading this) would like to contribute information, feel free to add it here.

  2. Megan Fixter says:


    I am looking to get in contact with the website developer/manager. Please contact me.

    Thanks you,
    Megan Fixter

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