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Le Musee de la Civilisation in Quebec

Le Musee de la Civilisation in Quebec

Le Musee de la Civilisation was the most interactive and creative museum I have ever been to. It beats the Nobel Museum in Oslo, Norway, which was quite technologically interactive as well! There are 12 exhibits, and most of them are very interactive and teach so much. My favorite was “Urbanopolis.” This exhibit depicted the…   read more of “Le Musee de la…”

Eurodam at the New Saguenay Pier

Eurodam is at Saguenay, Quebec, today, and if you haven’t checked out the ship alongside the new pier click on this link.

What Does the Pilot Do?

What Does the Pilot Do?

Global Pilotage Most ports in the world require pilotage, the practice where a pilot comes on board near the entrance of the port and then assists the ship’s captain with bringing the ship into port, and docking or anchoring in the designated anchorage. The pilot also helps provide safe passage when the ship departs. The…   read more of “What Does the Pilot…”

More Postcards from Peggy’s Cove

More Postcards from Peggy’s Cove

Eurodam called at Halifax yesterday, and here are more of Pam’s beautiful photos from Peggy’s Cove. Peggy’s Point Lighthouse at Peggy’s Cove. While no doubt the most well-known lighthouse in Canada and one of the most photographed lighthouses in the world, the history of the light at Peggy’s Cove is little known. Various versions account…   read more of “More Postcards from…”

Postcards from Boston

Postcards from Boston

Eurodam called at Boston yesterday, and Pam went ashore to do some more exploring. The Massachusetts State House was completed January 11, 1798, after state leaders decided they wanted a larger and more elegant venue for the state house. The dome, originally made out of wood shingles, is now sheathed in copper and covered by…   read more of “Postcards from…”

Postcard from Quebec

Postcard from Quebec

Guest Linda Riggin sent us this photo from her recent Eurodam cruise. I just recently returned from a cruise aboard the ms Eurodam (Sept. 1-11). In the last Daily Program we were encouraged to send in photos of ports we had visited. I am enclosing a picture I took of the Eurodam in port at…   read more of “Postcard from…”