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Canada Coastal (Bella Desgagnes)

Rimouski (North America) - Rimouski (North America)

Approx 7 Nights, From only €CALLpp



Pricing per person in Canadian Dollars and varies according to season and cabin grade, please make specific date enquiries. Sole occupancy prices also available. Subject to floating exchange rate against Euro & GBP.

Rimouski to Blanc-Sablon with port calls in Sept-Îles, Port-Menier, Havre-Saint-Pierre, Natashquan, Kegaska, La Romaine, Harrington Harbour, Tête-à-la-Baleine, La Tabatière, and St-Augustin.

Weekly departures: Upstream, Downstream and roundtrip packages all available 4-7 days.

The ship’s primary mission is to safely transport cargo to local communities and provide them with a safe means of transportation every week. The voyage is not a traditional cruise.

There are six types of ocean view cabins with portholes or windows (double or quadruple occupancy). All cabins have private bathroom.

Relais Nordik

++ Voyages for international arrivals standby only 2022 owing to pandemic restrictions in Canada ++ Earliest availability 2023 ++

Relais Nordik provides maritime transport services for passengers (residents and visitors) and cargo along Quebec’s Middle and Lower North Shore as well as Anticosti Island 

Bella Desgagnes

Bella Desgagnés

6,655 ton passenger-cargo ship.

eight decks, 420 people, 39 crew members.

cruising speed of 12.5 knots

40 tonnes capacity crane and an Ice Class rating of 1 AFS.


* Maximum passenger age - 84 years old upon return.

7 Nights | Rimouski (North America) - Rimouski (North America) | €CALLpp (2 Sharing)

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+44 (0) 1983 303314

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The Greener Way to Travel

carbon footprints

Whether a Cargo ship has 1 or 101 passengers onboard, it will still sail and use just as much fuel, making your journey almost completely 'carbon neutral'.

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