Cruise ship in the Annapolis Basin

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Published on October 04, 2012

A porpoise welcomes the Quest for Adventure at the mouth of the Digby Gut, Wednesday, Oct. 3.

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The Quest for Adventure steams past the Point Prim lighthouse Wednesday, Oct. 3.

 

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The Victoria Beach side of the Digby Gut put on its finery—a waterfall and fall colours—for the arrival of the Quest for Adventure on Wednesday, Oct. 3.

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The Quest for Adventure sails past through Digby Gut towards the ferry terminal on Wednesday, Oct. 3.

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The Quest for Adventure sails past the lifesaving station in Digby Gut on Wednesday, Oct. 3.

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The Quest for Adventure sails into Digby Gut on Wednesday, Oct. 3.

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The Quest for Adventure slows as it enters the Annapolis Basin on Wednesday, Oct. 3.

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The Passage Provider was the only local boat used to bring passengers ashore from the Quest for Adventure.

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The Passage Provider was the only local boat used to bring passengers ashore from the Quest for Adventure.

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Crew on the Quest for Adventure lowered two launches, one on each side, to serve as tenders to ferry passengers ashore.

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Passengers board a launch from the Quest for Adventure to head ashore to Digby on Wednesday, Oct. 3

 

Quest for Adventure visits Digby with 310 passengers aboard

The first cruise ship in two years sailed into the Annapolis Basin Wednesday, Oct. 3 with 310 passengers aboard.

Here are some photographs I took of the Quest for Adventure moving into position.

Reporter Nicole Feriancek was invited aboard and will give us a tour of the luxury cruise ship tomorrow.

I am also preparing a report on the question: would the passengers and crew recommend Digby as a cruise destination? Also hopefully tomorrow.

Geographic location: Annapolis Basin

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