Saga Sapphire To Cruise To The St Lawrence In The Autumn Of 2015

Saga Sapphire by Stephed CardLeaving Southampton on September 21, 2015, Saga’s 720-berth Saga Sapphire will be heading off on a 32-night cruise to Canada and the Gulf and River St Lawrence. Ports of call will include Ponta Delgada, five nights to St John’s NF, les Iles de la Madeleine, Corner Brook, Havre-St-Pierre, Sept-Iles, Saguenay, Quebec, Montreal (October 9), Baie Comeau, Gaspé, an overnight stay in Halifax, Sydney and seven nights back to Southampton.

Follow in the footsteps of the great explorers and see isolated rural communities, homes to the first nations. See how the cultural identities of cities such as Quebec, Montreal and Halifax, Nova Scotia’s historic capital, were forged by their founding fathers and early settlers. Fares start at £7,199 per person for two sharing an inside cabin, £7,580 for an outside or £9,070 for a Superior with balcony. Ibncludes bathrobes, 24-hour room service

Saga Sapphire Canada cruiseSt John’s lays claim to being the capital of Britain’s oldest colony and the kick-off point for the British Empire. Explore its scrum of historic streets and admire the brightly-painted Victorian houses.

Discover the secrets of the St Lawrence River’s remote North Shore. From Havre-St-Pierre you can seek out the weather-beaten monoliths of the Mingan Archipelago and from Sept-Iles you can learn all about the indigenous Innu people.

Early risers are in for a treat when Saga Sapphire cruises up the 60-mile long Saguenay Fjord – watch the sunrise over forested cliffs that tower above depths of up to 800 feet.

Step into the pages of history when you venture behind the fortified walls of Quebec City. This French colonial city is ruled over by the Château Frontenac, an imposing hotel built at the end of the 19th century.

Visit Montreal, the dynamic cosmopolitan port city on the St Lawrence River. As you explore this UNESCO City of Design, you’re sure to be moved by its distinct brand of French and North American culture best evident in the pavement cafés, gourmet restaurants, art galleries and cobbled historic streets of Old Montreal.

For further details please casll The Cruise Poeple Ltd in London on 020 7723 2450 or e-mail cruise@cruisepeople.co.uk.

Illustration: Saga Sapphire as depicted by Stephen Card.

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