By Don Douloff, March 13, 2008
Canadian Sailing Expeditions offers flexible cruise tours to several Canadian and Caribbean destinations aboard the 245-ft. ship Caledonia. Typically running six to seven days, tours visit Nova Scotia coastal cities such as Halifax, Port Mouton, Liverpool and Lunenberg; Quebec destinations such as Quebec City, Tadoussac, Saguenay and Gross Ile; Newfoundland fjords and points of interest such as Corner Brook, Lark Harbour, Norris Point and Woody Point; and Caribbean hot spots such as Guadeloupe, Les Saintes and Dominica.
Itineraries are flexible and can accommodate groups’ last-minute tour requirements. The ship’s cabins house 77 single-occupancy or 62 double-occupancy berths. Amenities in an upper-deck suite, for instance, include a queen bed, settee, ensuite shower, vanity and toilet. When in port, guests have access to the ship’s bicycles and kayaks.