Destination Area: Atlantic Coast & Great Lakes of U.S. & Canada
Length: 11 NIGHTS
Vessel: Oosterschelde


Departs:

Miramichi, New Brunswick on July 8, 2017

Returns:

Quebec City, Canada on July 19, 2017


All fare costs are for a single passenger. Fare for a 2 person cabin is 1,850 Euros (+-$2,074.) Fare for a 4 person cabin is 1,520 Euros (+- $1,702.). Fare includes all meals, snacks and soft drinks.

Embark by 5 PM; disembark by 9 AM.

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LEG #2 OF 2: EXPLORING THE BEAUTIFUL COAST OF NEW BRUNSWICK AND VOYAGE DOWN THE ST. LAWRENCE RIVER TO QUEBEC CITY: 11 Night Voyage From Miramichi, New Brunswick to Quebec City, Quebec

Oosterschelde is a beautiful three-masted Dutch topsail schooner, built in 1917 to carry cargo to international destinations. She was fully re ...

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  • Help the crew to prepare the ship for sailing in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and seaway
  • Check all rigging to make sure it is in good shape
  • Set and trim sails
  • Learn navigation options to Miramichi
  • Watch other ships along the way
  • Take a turn at the helm
  • Stand watch alongside the professional crew
  • Participate in general ship maintenance
  • Experience one of the most exciting ocean ventures on one of the best training ships in the world
  • Notice dolphins/ porpoise and whales keeping you company along the way.

This itinerary is Leg #2. Leg #1 is from Charlottetown to Miramichi. You may elect to take one or both legs.

This is an opportunity for trainees to explore the beautiful maritime provinces of New Brunswick, Quebec and Ontario. This voyage is part of the Rendezvous Tall Ship Regatta 2017. You can participate in the Guest Port Program so you will have the opportunity to plan 48 hour stop-overs for crew members to enjoy the diversity of maritime heritage and cultures that each port can offer.

Miramichi, New Brunswick (embark)


Sailing in company with other tall ships


Explore the maritime provinces of New Brunswick


Gulf of Saint Lawrence, voyaging
The largest estuary in the world, the Gulf of Saint Lawrence is where the Great Lakes empty into the Atlantic Ocean through the Saint Lawrence River.

The gulf is bounded on the north by the Labrador Peninsula of Quebec, to the east by Newfoundland, to the south by Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Island, and to the west by Quebec's Gaspé Peninsula and New Brunswick. The St. Lawrence River and Gulf waters flow into the Atlantic through the Strait of Belle Isle (between Newfoundland and Labrador), and the Cabot Strait (between Newfoundland and Cape Breton Island). The Strait of Canso between Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Island is no longer an outlet since the Canso Causeway was constructed, preventing the flow of water.

St. Paul Island, to the northeast of Cape Breton Island, is known as the graveyard of the Gulf for the many shipwrecks which have occurred there. The Gulf is centered on the route of migratory birds, and several bird sanctuaries are maintained by the Canadian Wildlife Service in the Gulf. Before the arrival of Europeans, the Gulf of St. Lawrence was a favorite breeding ground for great whales, and they may be sighted here still, although in vastly smaller numbers.


Saint Lawrence Seaway


Sail down the St. Lawrence River


Explore provinces of Quebec & Ontario


Quebec City, Quebec (disembark)


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