Niche Ports of Atlantic Canada
Visit Baddeck and Bras d’Or Lake, described as a “basin ringed by indigo hills laced with marble.” Head to St. Andrews and see the former summer home of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Step aboard the tall ship Hector in Pictou. Visit France’s oldest overseas territory at Saint-Pierre et Miquelon, just miles from our shores! Explore North America’s only authenticated Viking settlement in Newfoundland and Labrador. Watch polar bears in their natural habitat in the Torngat Mountains National Park. Whether sailing into Georgetown, Shelburne, Summerside, or New Brunswick’s Acadian Peninsula, your cruise to Atlantic Canada will exceed your expectations. Its natural beauty will fill you with awe; its shops and local products will delight you; its galleries, museums, and other attractions will impress you; and the kindness of its people will fill your heart. When your ship leaves port for home, you’ll wonder why you hadn’t visited sooner.
- In Cape Breton, hike up the Skyline Trail for a spectacular view of the world-famous Cabot Trail.
- Georgetown port offers 32 miles of navigable rivers.
- Hector Heritage Quay in Pictou - where 189 Scottish immigrants made the perilous voyage in 1773.
- Visit the Black Loyalist Heritage Centre near Shelburne, NS.
- Return to the days of prohibition in Saint-Pierre et Miquelon.
- Kingsbrae Garden in St. Andrews, NB offers guided tours through beauty and time.
- While in Summerside, visit the Wind Energy Institute of Canada, have lunch at the Wind & Reef Restaurant, and see the longest natural sedimentary rock reef in North America.
- Immerse yourself in Acadian culture dating back to the Acadian deportation of 1755.
- Newfoundland and Labrador is home to an authenticated Viking site and the site of the first ever transatlantic wireless signal.
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