Holland America Adds New Quebec Ports in 2009

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Holland America Line will debut three new ports in Quebec on its 2009 longer Canada and New England voyages. The 13-, 14 and 15-day cruises aboard Eurodam and Maasdam will now call at Gaspé, Baie-Comeau and/or Sept-îles. In total, the two ships will offer 21 Canada and New England cruises out of Boston, Montreal, Quebec, New York and Fort Lauderdale.

Gaspé is famous for its sea cliffs of Forillon National Park; Baie-Comeau features the Borealis Center, a maritime adventure park; and Sept-îles introduces passengers to a native Innu community.

Holland America's 2009 season begins May 8 with a 15-day cruise on Maasdam from Fort Lauderdale to Montreal, with calls to the new Quebec ports as well as Halifax and Sydney, Nova Scotia. The lines Canada/New England cruise fares start at $1,099 per person. Visit www.hollandamerica.com.


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