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Bay of Fundy ferry

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I put this in a previous post, but am starting a separate topic to make it more visible.

Is there anything to commend the ferry between Digby and St. John—other than the time savings over driving that route?

In other words, is there anything about the experience of crossing the Bay of Fundy—scenery, seeing whales, noticeable effect of tides, whatever—that makes it worthwhile in and of itself? Or it is just a convenience for those who would rather not drive around the bay? (By way of comparison, the ferry ride between Vancouver and Victoria was quite scenic, and we saw orcas when we took it. The ferry across the Oslofjord in Norway was basically just a timesaver, not particularly scenic as I recall.)

Thanks for any insight!

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