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Best option for Bay of Fundy

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Our cruise will have us in Saint John, NB from 8 AM to 5 PM on Sun, Oct 11th. High tide at Hopewell Rocks is 5:49 AM and 6:16 PM and low tide is at 12:18 PM that day. Tides at St Martin are about 10 min earlier. Google says St Martin's is about 50 min away, Fundy National Park is 90 min away and Hopewell Rocks in a little over 2 hours.

Any suggestions for the best options for experiencing the tides (and the area) with the limited time we will have. We are planning to rent a car and will have food with us so we don't have to worry about stopping to eat.

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