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Questions about Canadian cruises in the East

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1) looking at September and October - I think September is better weather-wise, correct?

2) thinking of a one-way over round-trip - will this allow to see more, less back-tracking?

3) and advantages of going north or south, let's say Boston to Quebec, or Quebec to Boston?

4) is there a port in US or Canada that is better to start a cruise: Boston, New York, Quebec, Montreal, any other? Like better public transportation to the pier, less chaotic for embarkation/disembarkation?

5) anything else to keep in mind?

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