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New England Cruises to Canada, any experiences?

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we are contemplating a cruise in Late Sept/early Oct. we will be a family of 11, including my parents(age 60), me and my siblings (late 20's-early 30's) and three babies, twins age six months and one who will be 3-4 months, in case that helps.

There are several that leave from Boston and hit various ports in RI, ME, Nova Scotia and Canada.

we like the ones that hit Quebec, which seem to be 11 day cruises, which is fine. but are also open to the 7 day ones. we'd drive to Boston from the NY area.

has anyone done ANY cruises from Boston, heading north? i am looking for firsthand experiences with itineraries, cruise lines, etc.

thanks!!!

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