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Linda Garrison

Sailing Atlantic Canada and New England on Le Boreal

By January 14, 2014

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New England and Atlantic Canada are fascinating destinations, and cruise ships are a great way to see this beautiful part of the world.
Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia
Fall is the most popular time to visit New England and Atlantic Canada, but some cruise ships also sail to the area in the summer months.

I sailed a September voyage from Boston to Montreal on the small ship Le Boreal of Compagnie du Ponant, and this cruise travel journal documents the ports of call and activities we enjoyed.

  1. Overview and Embarkation on Le Boreal
  2. Bar Harbor, Maine
  3. Halifax, Nova Scotia
  4. Halifax - Peggy's Cove
  5. Louisbourg, Nova Scotia
  6. Iles de la Madeleine, Quebec (Magdalen Islands) - Morning Tour
  7. Iles de la Madeleine - Afternoon Tour
  8. Perce, Quebec
  9. Perce - Bonaventure Island
  10. Havre St. Pierre, Quebec - Niapiskau Island
  11. Havre St. Pierre, Quebec - Quarry Island
  12. Tadoussac, Quebec
  13. Saguenay, Quebec
  14. Quebec City
  15. Montreal and Disembarkation

Peggy's Cove Lighthouse in Nova Scotia (c) Linda Garrison

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