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St. Lawrence River

Quebec, Canada
+1 877-787-7483
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This river, approximately 800 miles long, extends from Lake Ontario to the Atlantic in three large sections: the freshwater stretch extends from Lake Ontario to the city of Quebec; the St. Lawrence estuary; and the Gulf of St. Lawrence that leads into the Atlantic Ocean.
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Reviewed 17 July 2017

My husband and I were touring Eastern Canada on our way to Perce Rock. The St. Lawrence Seaway is a system of locks, canals and channels in Canada and the United States that permit ocean-going vessels to travel from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great...More

2  Thank MaryannF650
Reviewed 14 February 2017 via mobile

Quebec City is beautiful. After walking through it, and take your time because there is more to see than you might think, try one of the boat tours. The boat tour provides an entirely different view of the city and will help you appreciate its...More

Thank PricingGuy007
Reviewed 1 August 2016

Our journey started in Boston, then Bar Harbor, Maine, Sydney, Prince Edward Island, Halifax, then to Quebec and Montreal. The beauty of these places alone is more than I can tell you about!!! The rich culture of the Indian tribe, to the Mont mercy Falls...More

Thank C C
Reviewed 11 June 2016

The St. Lawrence River is in the United States and Canada. We enjoyed the river from land and a bayliner. From land, we got scenic views of the St. Lawrence in Alexandria Bay, NY at Captain Thompson’s Resort which is located right on the riverfront...More

3  Thank Maurene_K
Reviewed 24 April 2016

A MUST STOP when you are in the 1000 nIslands, CAPTAIN SPICERs' Gallery. I Loved it in there, anything river related they had and other wonderful items too

Thank Susan K
Reviewed 27 August 2015

Quick and Scenic crossing on the Ferry from East to West across the Saint Lawrence River! The Ferry here runs between Sorel and Tracy and is quite reasonable! For our vehicle and me as the Driver the Total Cost was $CN 7.90 and for my...More

Thank treesofmytime
Reviewed 20 August 2015

We took a two hour cruise on the St. Lawrence while in Quebec. There are a couple of companies at the dock who offer these. It doesn't matter which you pick. It is a tranquil float trip. The trip was narrated, but sitting outside on...More

1  Thank CarolyninAtlanta
Reviewed 19 August 2015

We drove up and down the river last week and were not too impressed by it. The river is kinda dirty and not very pretty to look at. It kinda reminded me off the Hudson river in NYC.

2  Thank Steve R
Reviewed 29 July 2015

Built in the 1950’s, the St. Lawrence Seaway is a series of locks and canals plus deepened channels that connect the Great Lakes to the Atlantic ocean and permits ocean-going vessels to travel all the way to Lake Superior. The major construction work took place...More

1  Thank Marf13669
Reviewed 9 June 2015

This was a great cruise! I believe it was 1-2 hours long. One of my favorite ways of exploring a new place, is to take a ferry ride or a short cruise. On this cruise, we saw waterfalls, an old farm and our tour guide...More

4  Thank Denise A
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