Private and Luxury Yacht Charter East Coast Canada

Although not a traditional cruising ground, the coastline of eastern Canada is dotted with seaside towns adorned with cute gingerbread-type houses and craggy bays where the cliff faces are battered year-on-year by harsh winter weather.

East Coast Canada/Blue Waters and Hearty Tales

Although not a traditional cruising ground, the coastline of eastern Canada is dotted with seaside towns adorned with cute gingerbread-type houses and craggy bays where the cliff faces are battered year-on-year by harsh winter weather. In the summer though, the bluebird-blue skies meet the opal blue waters and create a perfect panorama that allures visitors in their hundreds. The folk living in this region are described as hard, accommodating and no-nonsensed. They like a good drink, some hearty food and a new face to share tales of times gone by with. So traveling in this region is an eye-opening experience, one never to be forgotten. The season, nowadays starts a little later –from around June when the waters have calmed and the temperatures have picked up and ends around late September when the Indian Summer comes to an end. Destinations New Brunswick/Newfoundland/Nova Scotia/Ontario/Quebec

East Coast Canada – Charter in Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia makes up one of three of Canada’s maritime provinces, and with over 3800 islands dotted off its shoreline – this region is a superyacht charterer’s dream. If it’s nature you are after then head inland for trails through forests, colorful meadows or back on the coast vast, wild sandy beaches. A great itinerary could be exploring the 365 islands of Mahone Bay on Nova Scotia’s South Shore, or heading over to the blues glassy waters of Cape Breton’s Bras d’Or Lakes. Mahone Bay/Cape Breton

East Coast Canada – Charter in New Brunswick

A yacht holiday in New Brunswick is another super destination when exploring the east side of Canada. Attached neatly onto the border of Maine, New Brunswick is a charming part of Quebec – meaning that some of its inhabitants speak French. Sailing along its coastline, expect sandy beaches, vast plains, craggy cliffs and quaint fishing villages. The regions of the Northumberland Strait, Chaleur Bay, St. Lawrence Gulf and Bay of Fundy are all worth stopping off at on your super yacht charter. Northumberland Strait/Chaleur Bay/St. Lawrence Gulf/Bay of Fundy