lunedì 10 novembre 2014


Talking abiout New Brunswick,The tourism folks are active up there. After Feuille d'Erable's article, here is another hint, juts in case.

The "Jolly Breeze of St. Andrews" offers you whale watching and Tall Ship adventures from the historic port of St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada's oldest resort town.

Voyage past sunning seals, lighthouse and beautiful landscapes to the playground of the porpoise and majestic whales of the Bay of Fundy.

The "Jolly Breeze of St. Andrews" travels across Passamaquoddy Bay, viewing seals that may be sunning themselves on rocks if the tide is low and swimming nearby if the water is high, until she reaches the playground of the whales, the rich feeding grounds that entice the whales to this region year after year. Once among the islands porpoise and sometimes white sided dolphins will often approach the boat to enjoy some "boat wake surfing."

From the moment you board our floating home until you are safely returned to the dock, your comfort, safety and enjoyment is our goal.
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Or contact  aka Alberto Cesare Albèri

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