The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh on day three of their six-week Canadian tour, were filmed June 20 by Visnews leaving the small port of Seven Isles, Quebec by the Royal yacht "Britannia" for Gaspe Bay - the other side of the wide St.
GV Crowd waiting arrival of Queen and Duke.
SV PAN..Decoration pan down to royal car arriving.
LV Queen leaving car.
LV Queen and Prince Philip
SV Pan... Queen and Prince Philip towards royal yacht.
CU Lifebelt "Royal Yacht Britannia"
LV Crew members on Britannia's decks.
SV Pan.. Queen and Prince Philip up gangway.
SV Pan...Royal party being piped aboard PAN and Prince.
CU Royal insignia on Britannia.
SV Hawser being cast off.
LV Hawser being pulled aboard.
LV Pan... Britannia Pan to tug.
SV Ship's hooter.
LV Britannia leaving quayside.
SV Bridge of Britannia.
LV Queen and Prince Philip wave from Britannia.
Rear V... Britannia under way.
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Background: The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh on day three of their six-week Canadian tour, were filmed June 20 by Visnews leaving the small port of Seven Isles, Quebec by the Royal yacht "Britannia" for Gaspe Bay - the other side of the wide St. Lawrence Estuary.
Some twelve hundred people thronged the dockside as the Royal couple left the port - outlet for the rich iron-ore country to the north. For Prince Philip, an experienced sailor, and the Queen it was their first trip by water since landing in Canada.
The voyage ended the following day (June 21) as the couple stepped ashore on French Canadian territory at Gaspe Bay. Church bells chimed a welcome as the Royal barge brought the Queen and Duke from the yacht to the jetty. They landed on the spot where more than 40 years ago, Jacques Cavlier a French adventurer stepped ashore to claim possession of the territory in the name of the King of France.
When the Royal couple return home August 1, they will have visited nearly 100 cities and villages and travelled 12,500 miles by plane, yacht, train and car - from the moment of landing by air at St. John's Newfoundland, to departure by the royal yacht at Halifax, Nova Scotia.