Cruise Canada New England 2015 Season Recap

on Thursday, 10 March 2016. Posted in Press Releases

January 18, 2016 (Miami, Florida) – Members of the Cruise Canada New England Alliance (CCNE) wrapped up a successful 2015 season that saw over 2.44 million passengers visit the region.

In total, 2,443,833 passengers visited ports between New York and Montreal on 1,554 ship calls bringing an estimated $543 million in direct economic impact to the region.

Five fun ways to walk on the ocean floor on the Bay of Fundy

on Thursday, 09 April 2015. Posted in Press Releases

1. Visit the Hopewell Rocks

After a six-hour wait for 47 feet of water to recede, you can go down to the ocean floor and get up close and personal with these giant monoliths. Touch their seaweed laden sides and feel the iconic “Hopewell conglomerate” of rock and red sandstone that make up these intriguing formations. Explore the mud and rock beach that is exposed. But be sure to keep an eye on your watch to get back up to the top of the staircase before the tide comes back in!

www.thehopewellrocks.ca

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Growth of the cruise industry in Atlantic Canada provides broad economic benefit to the Atlantic Canada region through the growth of port infrastructure to meet the needs of the cruise industry and through strategic marketing partnerships.

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