|Owner:||John Strachan, Halifax|
|Port of registry:||Halifax, Nova Scotia|
|Launched:||LaHave, Nova Scotia|
|Fate:||Sank February 12, 1863 Bermuda|
Stag was a barque built in Nova Scotia which was renowned for her speed. Designed by a pioneering Canadian naval architect Ebenezer Moseley, Stag was built with a dramatic "Aberdeen bow". Considered an Atlantic Canadian example of a Clipper Ship, she was famous for several fast passages, despite her small size, and was painted by the famous Nova Scotian ship portrait artist John O'Brien.
- Sailing Ships of the Maritime Charles Armour and Thomas Lackey (Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1975)