Destination Canada welcomes Canadian cruise specialist, One Ocean Expeditions (OOE) to the Canadian Signature Experience (CSE) program with its unique ‘Fins and Fiddles’ expedition cruise to Canada’s East Coast. The SEC is a curated collection of innovative travel experiences designed to encourage local and global visitors to further explore Canada by introducing them to the most authentic and memorable experiences possible, Coast to Coast to Coast.
The ‘Fins and Fiddles’ 11-day expedition cruise, http://www.
Trip highlights vary from encountering the fabled wild horses of Sable Island, Parks Canada’s newest Natural Reserve off the mainland of Nova Scotia, visiting the world’s largest gannet colonies on Bonaventure Island, Gaspe in Quebec, to setting foot on Canada’s birth place, Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island, or walking on the crust of the earth at Tablelands, a World Heritage Site in Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland & Labrador.
“OOE is honoured to join the other exceptional members of the Canadian Signature collection”, says Andrew Prossin, Managing Director at One Ocean Expeditions. “Together with operators from across the country OOE continues to innovate and develop outstanding Canadian travel experiences that differentiate our great destination on the competitive global stage,” added Prossin.
In July 2017, OOE is introducinga new voyage on Canada’s East Coast, the ‘Ladrador and Torgat Explorer’ http://www.
With over 200,000 kilometers (over 124,000 miles) of coastline, Canada boasts the longest coastline in the world. The new Canadian Signature Experience was chosen for the exceptional experiences connecting travellers to Canadians and Canada’s geography, rich cultural heritage on coastal communities and marine adventures.