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Canada

Cruises along the east and west coasts of North America often include Canadian destinations, and the attractions offered by cruises to Canada can hold their own with other more well-known locations across the world.

The main cruise ports on this huge country’s east coast are Halifax in Nova Scotia, Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island, St John’s on the island of Newfoundland the French-speaking city of Quebec. The Atlantic city of Halifax is a dynamic, growing metropolitan centre whose port has played a key role in two world wars as a base for convoys. It welcomed many of the survivors of the sinking of the Titanic, and a corner of the city’s cemetery is reserved for those who perished. Early settlers from Scotland shaped the culture of the region, and in summer bagpipers can be seen – and heard – in the city’s historic citadel. Visitors arriving on a cruise to Canada can take whale-watching tours, visit the picturesque harbour of Peggy’s Cove or take a trip down the coast to the fascinating fishing port of Lunenburg, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site – a living evocation of Canada’s past!  

Prince Edward Island is best known as the setting for the 1908 classic “Anne of Green Gables”, and much of the island retains all the charm of this lovely story. Passengers on cruises to Canada will be welcomed by traditional music at the Charlottetown cruise berth, and guests can step ashore to enjoy the entrancing landscape, local hospitality, excellent seafood – and the nationally famous PEI potatoes!

St John’s on the island of Newfoundland is Canada’s oldest city, and offers wild seascapes, spectacular views and some of the world’s best wildlife watching activities. Don’t forget to visit Cape Spear, North America’s most easterly point, with only the vast expanse of the Atlantic between you and the Irish coast!

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