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Sable Island 2016
Sable Island 2016
Sable Island 2016
Sable Island 2016
Sable Island 2016

Sable Island 2016 picture Sable Island’s wild horses are world-famous, but there’s so much more to this remote sand island off the coast of Nova Scotia. The world’s largest colony of grey seals breeds here, as does the rare roseate tern and the endemic Ipswich sparrow, among many birds of note. Amid the island’s forty-two kilometres of beaches, dunes, and bogs you’ll find a plethora of plants: from iris, to sundew, to wild berries in abundance. Whales and sharks ply the nearby waters.

Canadian Geographic Photo ClubSable Island’s history includes shipwrecks and salvage; sealing and walrus hunting; rescue and research. Still, the horses remain the island’s most charismatic residents. Free to roam, they represent one of the world’s last wild equine populations. Now protected as Canada’s forty-third national park, Sable Island offers an adventure unlike any other.


day 1
St. John’s, NL
day 2
At Sea
day 3-6
Sable Island
day 7
At Sea: The Gully
day 8
Saint-Pierre, France
day 9
St. John's
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We meet in St. John’s—Newfoundland’s historic, vibrant capital. Picturesque and welcoming, with a world-famous harbour, St. John’s has been continually fished since 1498, allowing it to boast the designation of North America’s oldest European settlement.

We will offer an afternoon city tour to those interested. Afterwards, we will rendezvous at the docks and board the Ocean Endeavour to begin the adventure proper. Passengers will meet the staff and crew, and prepare to leave the harbour. Sailing out of St. John’s has to be experienced to be believed; Signal Hill keeps watch over the world-famous Narrows as we head for open water, passing Cape Spear, the easternmost point in North America.

St Lawrence Map
June 11, 2016 - June 19, 2016 - Click on cabin category for ship deckplan

All prices are per person, in US Dollars (USD) unless specified otherwise, and are cash or cheque discounted.
 

  • 1

    $2395.00   Deck four. Interior cabin, four lower berths, private bath

  • 2

    $3195.00   Deck four. Interior cabin, three lower berths, private bath

  • 3

    $3995.00   Deck five. Interior cabin, two lower berths, private bath

  • 4

    $4995.00   Deck four, porthole window, two lower berths, private bath

  • 5

    $5995.00   Deck five, picture window, two lower berths, private bath

  • 6

    $7095.00   Deck seven and eight, picture windows (obstructed view), two lower berth OR matrimonial bed, private bath, refrigerator

  • 7

    $8095.00   Deck eight, large picture window (partial obstruction), two lower berths, private bath, refrigerator

  • 7

    $8095.00   Deck five, picture window, two lower berths, private bath

  • 8

    $9095.00   Deck five and seven, picture window, two lower berths, private bath, refrigerator

  • 9

    $10095.00   Deck five and seven, picture window, two lower berths, private bath

  • 10

    $11095.00   Deck seven, picture window, two lower berths, private bath, refrigerator


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    Please add Discovery Fund Fee - Sable Island fee of $250.00 to above prices

    Please find prices for any available charter flights in the details section.
     
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Sable Island 2016

Ocean Endeavour

Details

  • Capacity: 198
  • Registry: Marshall Islands
  • Length: 137 meters (450ft)

DESCRIPTION



Sailing with a maximum of 198-passengers, Ocean Endeavour is the perfect vessel for expedition cruising. Outfitted with twenty Zodiacs, advanced navigation equipment, multiple lounges and a top deck observation room, she is purpose-built for passenger experiences in remote environments. The Ocean Endeavour boasts a 1B ice class, enabling her to freely explore throughout the Arctic summer. Launched in 1982, she has had numerous upgrades, most recently in 2010 and 2014. At 137 meters (450ft) in length, Ocean Endeavour has plenty of interior and exterior space. Enjoy multiple decks offering comfortable lounge chairs, outdoor dining, a swimming pool, sauna and even a hot tub! The spacious interiors allow for multiple workshops and presentations to occur simultaneously. Community is at the heart of Adventure Canada’s expedition experience. We gather together to learn, enjoy a drink, sing a song or share a yarn – connecting with one and other. The three lounges aboard Ocean Endeavour are fantastic public spaces for seminars, events and dialogue. The Ocean Endeavour’s private spaces are stylish and comfortable. All cabins have private washroom facilities, a phone for internal calls, radio, TV and air-conditioning. There are a variety of cabin categories available ranging from 9-30 m2 (100-320 sq ft). Ocean Endeavour’s crew is experienced, and friendly. Her shallow draft and maneuverability allow her to access isolated fiords, bays and secluded communities. The stylish vessel is at home among the glorious settings we seek. Enjoy the class and comfort of a boutique hotel, while venturing to some of the world’s last great frontiers aboard the Ocean Endeavour! Please take a 360 degree tour of our ship here More

  • Brittany Manley

    Brittany Manley

    Cruise Director

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  • Callum Thomson

    Callum Thomson

    Archaeologist

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  • Carolyn Mallory

    Carolyn Mallory

    Field Botanist

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  • Daniel Freeze

    Daniel Freeze

    Expedition Team

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  • Danny Catt

    Danny Catt

    Photographer & Naturalist

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  • Dave  Freeze

    Dave Freeze

    Expedition Team

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  • Dawson Freeze

    Dawson Freeze

    Expedition Team

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  • Don Bowen

    Don Bowen

    Naturalist

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  • Gay Peppin

    Gay Peppin

    Client Services

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  • Geoff Hurley

    Geoff Hurley

    Environmental Consultant

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  • Ian Tamblyn

    Ian Tamblyn

    Musician

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  • James  Raffan

    James Raffan

    Explorer

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  • Jane Sproull-Thomson

    Jane Sproull-Thomson

    Archaeologist & Art Historian

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  • Jason Edmunds

    Jason Edmunds

    Expedition Team

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  • Jill Martin

    Jill Martin

    Author

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  • John Houston

    John Houston

    Filmmaker

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  • Laura Baer

    Laura Baer

    Massage Therapist

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  • Mark Mallory

    Mark Mallory

    Seabird Biologist

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  • Martin Aldrich

    Martin Aldrich

    Assistant Cruise Director

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  • Mike Beedell

    Mike Beedell

    Photographer

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  • Ree Brennin-Houston

    Ree Brennin-Houston

    Marine Mammalogist

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  • Sarah Wong

    Sarah Wong

    Marine Researcher

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  • Steve Evans

    Steve Evans

    Expedition Team

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  • Tyler Yarema

    Tyler Yarema

    Musician

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Highlights

  • - View one of the world’s last wild horse populations
  • - See the rare Ipswich sparrow in its sole breeding ground
  • - Photograph Sable Island’s many rare and beautiful plant species
  • - See the world’s largest grey seal colony
  • - Sail the marine mammal-rich waters of the Gully, a Marine Protected Area

What's Included

  • All entry & park fees

  • Your complete itinerary

  • Team of resource specialists

  • Educational program and pre-departure materials

  • All shipboard meals

    What's Not Included

  • Commercial flights

  • Mandatory medical / evacuation insurance

  • Personal expenses

  • Additional expenses in the event of delays or Itinerary changes

  • Discretionary gratuities to ship's crew (approximately $15 per passenger per day)

  • Visas, or inoculations, if required

  • Physician's fees confirming you are fit to travel

  • Possible fuel surcharges

  • $250 Discovery Fund Fee

    • View one of the world’s last wild horse populations
    • See the rare Ipswich sparrow in its sole breeding ground
    • Photograph Sable Island’s many rare and beautiful plant species
    • See the world’s largest grey seal colony
    • Sail the marine mammal-rich waters of the Gully, a Marine Protected Area

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