Tender port. But easy on/off the ship. And a great port. Highly recommend getting into Acadia National Park, as the more you see away from Bar Harbor the better. But a beautiful town and island.
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Another great stop. Took a boat out to Bird Island, but you could easily have spent all day around the port. Saw more bald eagles than I could count on Bird Island, along with puffins, seagulls, and others.
Another great port with great facilities, also with a lot to do around the port. We chose to do the Flying with Falcons tour, which was very good. And a very good and entertaining bus driver in Mitch.
Took the Boston tour while on the way to the airport. A great 2.5 hour tour of some of the important sites around Boston, mostly on the bus.
This is an odd place to embark, but in the future it should be better. Industrial, boarding held outdoors under an event tent, but it worked.
Great port, great embarkation facilities, very friendly staff, and a lot to do just around the port.
Excellent, lots to do around the port. We took the Canada 150 years tour - not recommended unless you wish to spend most of the 7 hours on a bus. Saw 3 great towns, but you could do without Mahone Bay. As it was, we had about 40 minutes in each village, with the rest of the time on the bus. Go with a smaller group tour and only include Peggy's Cove and/or Lunenberg.
A good, cozy ship, easy to get to know your fellow passengers when there are only about a 1000 on board, easy to navigate and everything is clustered on specific floors. Would seriously consider this ship on a major ocean voyage (it goes across both the Atlantic and the Pacific) with long days at sea. Large, comfortable public areas and very good food.