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Emerging Canada Aboard Saga Sapphire: Eastbound Transatlantic Crossing, Ponta Delgada And An Inflatable Liferaft

The next 4 days were enjoyed at sea, heading across the Atlantic and towards Ponta Delgada. I spent one day reading a book about Titanic and its connection to Halifax. I know, I could have picked a better subject, but

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Emerging Canada Aboard Saga Sapphire: Corner Brook, Sydney And Halifax

I had a short morning tour in Corner Brook that was simply titled ‘Corner Brook City Highlights’. It was a relatively small place, so the tour was only 2 hours in duration, but it suited me. There’s nothing worse than

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Emerging Canada Aboard Saga Sapphire: Montréal And Quebec City

We arrived in Montreal on the morning of May 26th and I was soon ashore, beginning my private tour courtesy of Tourisme Montréal. My guide’s name was Rene and he met me promptly in the terminal building at 9:30am. We

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Saga Sapphire Emerging Canada: St John’s, Gaspé And Sept-Iles

After 6 days on the open ocean and not seeing any other form of human life for days, land was a welcome sight, but in true Danielle-style, I was heading straight back out to sea on a tour to Puffin

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Emerging Canada Aboard Saga Sapphire: Westbound Transatlantic Crossing

I’m back on dry land following yet another outstanding cruise aboard Saga Sapphire, and now I’m going to tell you all about it! This will be in several parts, so just sit back, relax and enjoy. I joined the ship

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Mini-Cruise Highlights From Saga Sapphire

Saga Sapphire is one of my favourite ships, she ticks all the right boxes and a few extras. She’s a home-from-home for many people and that was evident on my recent cruise, when I disembarked in Southampton and over 100

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ORCA Celebrate A Decade Of Wildlife Spotting On Saga Cruises

ORCA was formed in 2001, devoting time to studying sea life and protecting it for future generations. In 2006 Saga and ORCA started their Wildlife partnership, with members of their team spending time on board Saga ships, particularly where the

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Celebrities That Will Qualify For A Saga Cruise In 2016

2016 sees a host of celebs turning 50, many of whom will help challenge perceptions of what being 50 is…however one thing is guaranteed, they will all be able to book a Saga holiday or cruise to celebrate their half

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Protecting Our Marine Life With ORCA

In July, I spent 17-nights aboard Saga Sapphire as she cruised the Mediterranean, it was a wonderful cruise, visiting ports of call both old and new, but it was also enhanced by the fact that we had a team from

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Saga Sapphire Mediterranean Cruise Blog Part 4

My Saga Sapphire cruise came to an end on Sunday, but I hadn’t quite finished my live blog – internet signal stopped me adding part 4 before I disembarked, so here it is. We had 2 days at sea and

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