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Newfoundland-Labrador's Wild Coast
Cruise the wild coast of Newfoundland-Labrador. This is a land of myths and legends, ancient history, and raw natural beauty that has witnessed little change since first sighted and inhabited by Viking explorers.  

Newfoundland-Labrador is among the world's last great wilderness areas - a magnificent and special frontier. Its mountain ranges contain some of the oldest exposed rock on the planet and feature sheer walls that soar 5,000 breathtaking feet out of the ocean. Barren-ground caribou, moose, wolves, lynx, and Arctic hare roam the land, Polar bears lumber along the coast, its waters abound with whales, seals, salmon, and icebergs, and its skies exhibit the greatest variety and number of seabirds on the planet. It was among these wonders where Palaeo Indians thrived nearly 9,000 years ago, where the Vikings first landed on North America, and where Basque whalers established the New World's first industry, rendering whale oil for Europe

We will cruise the Newfoundland-Labrador coast from the first European settlement in the New World, the Viking village at L'Anse Aux Meadows, to North Laborador's historic Moravian Mission station, Hebron, and the majestic and awe-inspiring Saglek Fjord. We will apply "discovery" style cruising, allowing several hours each day for shore exploration.
Cruise to Labrador
Cruise out of Newfoundland
Newfoundland - Labrador - Greenland
July - August, 2015