35 St. John's (Newfoundland) Cruise Reviews

Well it rained most of the day (at least while we were off the ship). The weather sucked. Had we been at sea, it would of been interesting. Heavy wind, heavy rain. We walked in town and hit the mall.
Well it rained most of the day (at least while we were off the ship). The weather sucked. Had we been at sea, it would of been interesting. Heavy wind, heavy rain. We walked in town and hit the mall. Read Less
Sail Date September 2012
We received the warmest welcome from the townspeople. There wasn't alot to see, but we enjoyed the time that we spent there.
We received the warmest welcome from the townspeople. There wasn't alot to see, but we enjoyed the time that we spent there. Read Less
Sail Date October 2011
Cute port. Not a far walk to the city. Lots of flea market type areas on the way to city. Take a trip to the old city market. Beautiful craft vendors and foods. The end of it comes out to a park and it's very peaceful. Old cemetery ... Read More
Cute port. Not a far walk to the city. Lots of flea market type areas on the way to city. Take a trip to the old city market. Beautiful craft vendors and foods. The end of it comes out to a park and it's very peaceful. Old cemetery and statue in the park. Take a walk done king st. There is a cute candy store and shops to view. The old general store is cute and has a long history with it. Remember- - old city market - king street - freak lunchbox candy store - general store - old churches Read Less
Sail Date September 2011
OK, this was really St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. I took a bus tour (SJB-I) to St. Martins. a little fishing village. The weather was chilly and rainy, putting a damper [UGH, PUN!] on the trip, but the female guide was superb in keeping ... Read More
OK, this was really St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. I took a bus tour (SJB-I) to St. Martins. a little fishing village. The weather was chilly and rainy, putting a damper [UGH, PUN!] on the trip, but the female guide was superb in keeping our interest. She was a resident of St. Martins with grown kids, and she related family activities like going out in the woods during moose ruts and calling male moose with a moose call made from a shoe lace threaded through a hole in the bottom of a tin can (knotted inside to keep it from slipping out), then wet and stroked to produce the call of a female moose. We all got to try the moose call and to sample the local "delicacy" of seaweed jerky (I already forgot the local name for it). And we saw the before and after reversal of the river flow from the in-rushing tide of the Bay of Fundy. We had a great fish chowder lunch (better chowder than any soup served on the Crystal Symphony!), and I was able to order absolutely first-rate fried clams (with the "bellies") made from freshly caught local clams, a real treat for someone who was raised in New England. So, despite the rain, this was a really good tour. Read Less
Sail Date September 2010
St. John is basically just a port that you can walk around and go shopping in. It's a nice town to walk through.
St. John is basically just a port that you can walk around and go shopping in. It's a nice town to walk through. Read Less
Sail Date August 2010
Okay, but very little to do here. It's beautifully clean and people were delightful. We just walked around and looked. The market is interesting.
Okay, but very little to do here. It's beautifully clean and people were delightful. We just walked around and looked. The market is interesting. Read Less
Sail Date October 2009
Very interesting city - the weather was rainy but didn't stop us! This also was a ship excursion, tour of the city, a historic fort and the surrounding area. Lots of history here.
Very interesting city - the weather was rainy but didn't stop us! This also was a ship excursion, tour of the city, a historic fort and the surrounding area. Lots of history here. Read Less
Sail Date September 2009

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