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First Deaf Red Hatters Cruise
Canada & New England
September 24 - October 3, 2009

Red Hatter Group
Red Hat Ladies
Some of us used the opportunity to bring their Red Hatter outfits and gather at different occasions while others enjoyed a variety of onboard activities. There never was a dull moment.
Our first port of call was Portland, Main. After a city tour of Portland by bus, we continued along the beautiful coastline of Maine. We arrived in the picturesque town of Cape Elizabeth were we visited the oldest lighthouse in Maine. We stopped in Kennebunkport for lunch. There, the picturesque streets are lined with galleries, boutiques, and antique stores. Cape Elizabeth with the oldest lighthouse in Maine
Cape Elizabeth with the oldest
lighthouse in Maine
Stop in Arcadia Park
Stop in Arcadia Park
After a drive through Acadia National Park and Cadillac Mountain, we stopped at the Lobster Oceanarium to learn more about the world of lobsters. The visit of the Turrets mansion took as back in time to the Gilded Age. Today it is a national registered historical place. Then, we lingered on in Bar Harbor's historic district.
En route to St. Martins, we passed through Saint John and stopped at the Reversing Falls Rapids. While touring the countryside, our local guide entertained us with fascinating folklore and tales of the area. We were informed about St. Martins unique history, including the thriving shipbuilding era of the past. At lunch, we enjoyed a traditional cup of Maritime Seafood Chowder at a local restaurant on the beach. At the Reversing Falls Rapids with our local guide
At the Reversing Falls Rapids
with our local guide
Public Gardens in Halifax
Public Gardens in Halifax
Our tour started with a visit of the Public Gardens in Halifax. The garden's design reflects the Victorian era. A photo stop at Citadel Hill allowed us to take pictures with the guard and the citadel itself. Back in the downtown area, we visited the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic to learn more about the Titanic tragedy. The second half of the tour consisted of a nice drive through Nova Scotia with a visit of Peggy's Cove, the world's most photographed fishing village.
Boston was our last port of call. There we had a bus ride through historic Boston where we saw Copley Square, Trinity Church, Boston Public Library, Back Bay, Newbury Street, Public Garden, the Boston Common, Beacon Hill, and the Massachusetts State House. We continued across the Charles River to get to Cambridge. After stepping off the bus, we walked through Americas oldest and most prestigious university buildings. Carvings made for our group in the Windjammer Cafe
Carvings made for our group in
the Windjammer Cafe


Group Picture
Group Picture


Letter of Appreciation
Letter of Appreciation
Letter of Appreciation
Letter of Appreciation


What our clients said after the cruise:

Loved the cruise! The group was great. U worked so hard to make sure we r enjoying the cruise to its full extent. Julie Crossen

THANKS !!! I also want to express my appreciation for a GRAND time on the New England/Canada cruise..this being our first it was a WONDERFUL time and we're looking forward to another hopefully soon....too it was exceptionally nice meeting you and we can see why the Deaf community is so willing and wanting to use you and your service(s)...Ray and Norene Dodge

Thank you for all you did to make our New England and Canada cruise fun. There are many wonderful memories that we hold to our hearts. ...Fondly, Jerry and Cheryl

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