Looking For Something New? Cruising Atlantic Canada, Easy Access From New York And Boston

Tiny, the extra-large lobster, in New Brunswick.

This week, Avid Cruiser featured cruising Atlantic Canada. If you missed our coverage, check out our Atlantic Canada section. Meantime, sit back and let these photos inspire you to cruise in this wonderful region of the world.

Boat tours are a good way to experience Gros Morne National Park at Norris Point, Newfoundland.
Out on a lobster excursion in Charlottetown, PEI.
From Saint John, New Brunswick, walk on the ocean floor during low tide and kayak directly above where you walked hours later. The Bay of Fundy is home to the world's highest tides.
Kayaking and lobster at Dominion Park in Saint John, New Brunswick.
At Anne of Green Gables House on Prince Edward Island
History lives at Fortress Louisbourg on excursions from Sydney, Nova Scotia.
Sailing on one of the Bras d'Or Lakes in Baddeck, on excursions from Sydney, Nova Scotia.
Giving the order to fire the noon cannon while playing Soldier for a Day at the Citadel in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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