SailingCanuck

SailingCanuck
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Maasdam

June 2014 - Maasdam to Canada, New England, New York

Canada/New England Experience

It was a wonderful experience, we made lots of acquaintances and a few close friends.

The staff was excellent and  we picked a great 2 weeks for sailing.

wish we had more time in Boston on the back to back cruise but we knew the itinerary before we booked.

It was very enjoyable time spent cruising

It was second cruise using HAL and compares with other cruise ships we have sailed with

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Sydney, Nova Scotia - Loved the HUGE Fiddle when you disembark the SHIP great pic taking spot
Boston, Massachusetts - Cruising needs more than one day to enjoy this historic City, We should have sailed from Boston return instead of Montreal return but the city is rich in American History
Bar Harbor, Maine - It is only place on this cruise we had to TENDER to get to shore but not ships fault that harbor is too shallow to dock
Quebec City, Quebec - Lots of WALKING and HILLS never seemed to go down streets always appeared to be going up hill
Maasdam Maasdam - This was the smallest ship we sailed with and we noticed the ease of getting around and the lineups for meals and shows were much nicer than the larger ships.

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