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Maasdam Cruise Review to Canada, New England, New York

Experience: 7+ cruises
Review: 1
Helpful Votes: 7

Overall Rating:

5 out of 5
Verified Review
7 Night Canada & New England Discovery (Montreal To Boston)
Sail Date: June 06, 2009
Ship: Maasdam
Cabin Type: Oceanview
Traveled As: Couple
Reviewed: 8 years ago
We thought the ship was very nice - smaller than we are use to - but at our age that is GOOD!
3 out of 5
Lunenburg and Mahone Bay were mainly just shopping stops. There wasn't really time to go through the museum adequately and lunch was EXPENSIVE. $40 for 2 cups of soup, 1 lobster roll and 2 soft drinks.
5 out of 5
We did the Ultimate Green Gables experience. The "carriage ride" was rather short, but other than that it was great.
Don't Miss: Green Gable House
5 out of 5
Loved the whole thing. I liked the dinner at the Mill near the falls
Don't Miss: Sugar Shack
5 out of 5
We saw the Fortress of Louisbourg in the morning. It would have been nice to have an hour or so to wander on our own - although I guess we really did see most everything. Also saw the Spirit of the Fiddle - great.
Don't Miss: Spirit of the Fiddle show.
5 out of 5
Beautiful. Even in the rain and the fog, we enjoyed Acadia, especially the blow-hole. The lobster fisherman was also very good. Would have liked an extra 5 minutes there to go through the little fish hatchery.
Don't Miss: Acadia Park

Pros: Ports & Food & Shows

Cons: bathtub in the room

Recommends Maasdam? Yes!

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