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#47 · Friday, May 25, 2018
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Here is the latest news from Cruise Saint-Lawrence Association:

Promising season ahead
Promising season ahead
With the 2018 international cruise season having only just begun, all signs once again point to an excellent year. Destination Canada New England, the Québec/Saint Lawrence region in particular, continues to gain in popularity from one year to the next. Indeed, in the period from May to November 2018, ship visits to member ports of call in Québec are expected to total over 475 in number. This figure, which has increased steadily over the past ten years, provides proof positive that our destination has earned a place on cruise line itineraries of choice. Again this year, some ten ships will make inaugural visits to one of our member ports of call, thereby substantiating the potential for ongoing transformation and growth across Destination Saint Lawrence.
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France just got closer: Discover Saint-Pierre and Miquelon
France just got closer: Discover Saint-Pierre and Miquelon
One ever more popular Destination Saint Lawrence highlight is the French island territory of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, currently featured on a growing number of cruise itineraries. Stopovers in the territory provide an interesting alternative to more traditional Canada New England cruise programs. Indeed, you will doubtless have noticed that international cruise lines invariably include more than one country on cruise itineraries. The reason for this lies in coasting trade legislation which requires international ships to visit at least two countries on all sailings. Cruises departing Montréal or Québec therefore systematically include a stopover in a foreign port of call. Although stopovers tend to be more frequent in US-based ports, sailings to the French archipelago of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon are on the rise.
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Welcome cruise passengers!
Welcome cruise passengers!
In 2012, Cruise the Saint Lawrence developed and implemented a network-wide Greeting Policy. Several stages of the program set out in the policy have since been completed and all nine member ports of call are now "Bienvenue Croisiéristes/Cruise Passengers" accredited. This means that each port of call now meets the quality criteria prescribed by Cruise the Saint Lawrence for welcoming passengers and cruise ships to our shores.
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Package suggestions
2018 Canada in the Fall
Departure : September 5 2018
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French Canada and Great Lakes
Departure : July 27 2018
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7-Night Halloween on the High Seas Canada Cruise from Quebec City to New York
Departure : September 27 2018
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9 ports of call to discover the Saint Lawrence River
Montréal
Trois-Rivières
Québec
Saguenay
Baie-Comeau
Sept-Îles
Havre-Saint-Pierre
Gaspésie
Îles de la Madeleine
Video
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Montréal
Montréal
Old port of Montréal

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Québec
Québec
Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec

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Îles de la Madeleine
Îles de la Madeleine
La Grave historical site

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Sept-Îles
Sept-Îles
Clarke City Interpretation Center

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Gaspésie
Gaspésie
Percé Geopark

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Havre-Saint-Pierre
Havre-Saint-Pierre
Mingan archipelago National Park Reserve of Canada

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Trois-Rivières
Trois-Rivières
Hippodrome 3R, Horse Racing

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Saguenay
Saguenay
Verrerie d’art Touverre - Economuseum

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Baie-Comeau
Baie-Comeau
Barrage hydroélectrique Manic-2

Schedule of ship visits - Watch the schedule for the ports of call

Cruise the Saint Lawrence Association

84 rue St-Germain Est, suite 206
Rimouski (Québec) CANADA G5L 1A6
Phone : 418 725-0135
Fax : 418 724-7238

info@cruisesaintlawrence.com
www.cruisesaintlawrence.com

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