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Cruise the Saint Lawrence promotes winter cruising

Cruise the Saint Lawrence groups the 9 ports of call on the Saint LawrenceIn response to a demonstrated interest in winter cruising by international cruise industry organizers, Cruise the Saint Lawrence last week hosted a visit for three cruise company representatives seeking to experience first-hand the wonders of winter in ports of call across Québec. (cruisebusiness.com)

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Havre Saint-Pierre, Canada, reports record season

The Gulf of St. LawrenceOn October 10th, Havre Saint-Pierre culminated a tenth season of cruise port activities with visits by a grand total of ten cruise ships, confirming the 2018 cruise season as the best in the past ten years. Since 2008, Havre Saint-Pierre has welcomed into port the ships of 17 different cruise lines for an aggregate total of some 40 000 passengers and crew. (cruisebusiness.com)

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Cruise the Saint Lawrence reports significant rise in passenger numbers

Cruise the Saint Lawrence groups the 9 ports of call on the Saint LawrenceAt the June annual general meeting of the board of directors of Cruise the Saint Lawrence, association members appointed officers to the following positions: Tony Boemi of Port of Montréal was elected to a two-year term as President, with Nancy Houley of Port of Québec continuing in her capacity of Vice President, and Renée Dumas of Cruise Baie-Comeau named to the post of Secretary-Treasurer. (cruisebusiness.com)

Busy 2018 cruise season ahead for Baie-Comeau

For a fifth year in a row, cruise season of Baie-Comeau will begin with the arrival of the Pearl Mist on May 27. “Our team is preparing for a record year with the arrival of 11 giants of the seas, including the prestigious Disney Magic, for a total of 21 calls representing 18,875 passengers and crew,” Baie-Comeau Cruises said in a statement. (cruisebusiness.com)

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High Water Levels Strand Montreal-Bound Cruise Ship On St. Lawrence River

The Gulf of St. LawrenceAn Oceania cruise ship bound for Montreal became stranded Tuesday in Trois-Rivères, Quebec, when the swollen St. Lawrence River prevented the ship from passing beneath a local bridge. The crew of the 1,200-passenger MS Marina was forced to unload passengers and bus them the 140 miles to their final port of call, Montreal, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation reported. (weather.com)

Cruise the Saint Lawrence to promote winter cruises

Cruise the Saint Lawrence groups the 9 ports of call on the Saint LawrenceIn the wake of demonstrated interest by the international cruise industry in the wonders of winter in ports of call across Québec, Cruise the Saint Lawrence (CSL) is spearheading an initiative to promote the development of winter explorer cruises for adventure travellers in search of authentic Nordic experiences. (cruisebusiness.com)

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Saguenay Closes 2017, Expects Big 2018

Princess Cruises' ship in SaguenayThe Crown Princess concluded the Saguenay cruise ship season, calling on October 27 with some 3,114 passengers aboard, according to a statement. This marked the 55th and final call of a record season for the Canadian port. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Cruise Canada New England to Present 2026 Strategic Plan in Montreal

The Maasdam leaving MontrealCruise the Saint Lawrence will host the 19th annual Cruise Canada New England Symposium in Montreal in June. The event will serve as the backdrop for the launch of the 2017-2026 Cruise Canada New England strategic plan – covering where the group sees itself in ten years and how it will get there – touching on infrastructure development, summer traffic and more. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

31-Ship Season for Gaspe

The port of Gaspe in Quebec will see 31 calls for the 2017 cruise season, according to Escale Gaspésie. Those 31 calls represent international cruise lines, and in addition are 11 domestic calls and four visits from tall ships, adding up to over 40,000 passengers. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Escale Gaspésie records good 2016

“With 30 calls, and a total of 20,674 passengers and 12,020 crew members, the corporation is pleased with its positive performance in 2016,” said the organisation bringing together the towns of Gaspé, Percé and Chandler in Canada in their efforts to develop the cruise industry in the Gaspe peninsula. (cruisebusiness.com)

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Four Calls, 4,319 Pax for Sept-Iles

Destination Sept-Îles Nakauinanu announced the results of its 2016 cruise season, which saw four ships and 4,319 passengers, and included the first-ever double ship day on Sept. 26 when the Crystal Serenity and Silver Whisper called at the St. Lawrence destination. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Baie-Comeau Starts High Season

Baie-Comeau on the St. Lawrence Seaway has started its high season and on Sept. 15 had two ships in port for the first time since 2006, with the Seabourn Quest and the Pearl Mist, for just over 1,000 passengers. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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