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BLYTH - Answered a Question by frame (06 Jul 08 14:45)

You should have an itenary for the cruise most I have looked at imply overnight stay on the ship before leaving the following day, so if this were the case you will have time for sightseeing. Do you not have a brochure which gives details but here is one I picked up on not guaranteed to be yours: ITINERARY Day 1: Fly Quebec - Stay overnight onboard Day 2: Quebec, Canada 18:00 depart Day 3: At sea Day 4: Charlottetown, Canada 08:00 17:00 Day 5: Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada 08:00 17:00 Day 6: Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 09:00 18:00 Day 7: Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada 09:00 15:00 Day 8: Bar Harbor, Maine, USA 07:00 18:00 Day 9: Boston, USA 09:00 17:00 Day 10: Newport (Rhode Island), USA 07:00 14:00 Day 11: New York, USA 06:00 Day 12: Arrive UK Contact your travel agent as they should be able to confirm or supply you with the ships itenary for your cruise.

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