Sea Voyage in Canada
Now, this article is for our visitors who just never get seasick (it must be a dream!).
Canada is full of tourist attractions, infrastructure, nature, wildlife, and of course, beautiful and great bodies of water.
Allow us to tell you about the most interesting cruise and waterway activities to enjoy in the country.
The Longest Coastline in the World
The entirety of Canada’s 9.09 million km2 of land is surrounded by three out of four of the world’s oceans, namely the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic Oceans. Therefore, it just makes sense that they also have the record for the longest coastline in the world.
Canada’s coastline spans 243,042 kilometres long and surrounds over 52,000 islands, both mainland and offshore. Most of the cities in Canada have their own respective coastlines as well.
Nova Scotia’s Trail of Titanic’s Sinking
The city of Nova Scotia is not only home to vividly coloured walls and ships and calm bodies of water. Instead, it’s also historic, whether that may be regarding immigration and cruise ships or the famous Titanic incident.
While many people may find it hard to believe, there is a cemetery in Nova Scotia that people like to call the Titanic Graveyard. This place is the Fairview Lawn Cemetery, which is open to all visitors. You may even find Jack Dawson’s grave and tombstone.
Nova Scotia also has other attractions to offer. It has lighthouses, museums, galleries, landscapes, and various stores to go shopping in. There are also farmers’ markets and even the historical Pier 21.
One of the best things about Nova Scotia is the food they offer. The city packs plenty of restaurants that serve only the most delicious seafood dishes.
The Cruise Boats in the Country
Canada’s cruises allow you to explore both modern and colonial areas and attractions. They go through the main parts of the country, including Quebec, Vancouver, Nova Scotia, and so much more.
You’ll never find yourself bored with all the activities that these cruises offer. Day-by-day itineraries include seal and even whale-watching opportunities. It’s not every day you see a 60-foot (18.29 m) animal in its natural habitat.
A single cruise trip around the country will expose you to so much waterfront attractions, scenery, architecture, and culture. But it’s not always all about the parks and nature. Cruises also include urban-like activities for tourists, just like a casino on a cruise ship.
The most common cruise ports in Canada are Quebec City, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and a couple of places from Nova Scotia. Cruises typically occur either in fall/winter or spring/summer, depending on the location preferences.
There really isn’t a perfect cruise to take. All cruises are different based on their ports, lengths, inclusions, and activities. The best cruise for you would be whatever fits your personal preferences and ideal expectations, so take your time exploring your options.
Canada and New England Cruises
Travel and indulge in the native cultures, regional traditions, sacred spaces, wildlife, and bodies of water of both Canada and New England in a single voyage.
Filled with the best cities of both countries, you’ll feel a perfect balance of contrast within the activities that the cruise offers. Cruise schedules are seasonal, which allows you to make the most out of your visits, just like being in time for the Northern Lights sighting.
You also have the option to choose between 9 days (8 ports), 11 days (10 ports), and 12 days (7 ports) for your cruise. Costs may range from $3,000 to $5,000 depending on the length, inclusions, and places to visit. Regardless, these cruises promise a one-of-a-kind experience that you’ll remember for a long time, or even forever!