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Discovering Nova Scotia with Nova Star

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Fall is perhaps the best time to visit Nova Scotia, and Nova Star Cruises offers a series of value vacation packages that make it easy to plan a fall getaway and enjoy the best that Nova Scotia has to offer.

Nova Star Discovery packages include round-trip on the Nova Star cruise ferry with vehicle transport, and a cabin on the overnight voyage, plus lodging at leading hotels and resorts.

Besides delivering significant value compared to booking ferry passage and lodging separately, Nova Star Discovery packages take the guesswork out of planning a trip to Nova Scotia by providing ready-made itineraries to match visitors’ desired length of stay. Packages range from an overnight stay in Yarmouth to a week-long tour throughout all regions of the province.

Nova Star Discovery value vacation packages include Treasures of the South Shore (five days, four nights from $449 p.p. double). Participants will discover the artisan community of Mahone Bay, the town of Lunenburg, the mystery of the Oak Island treasure hunt (depicted in the History Channel’s hit TV show “The Curse of Oak Island”) and more. It includes two nights at Atlantica Oak Island Resort, plus one night at the Rodd Grand Yarmouth Hotel.

Prices are in US dollars, for two adults based on double occupancy, with a non-commercial vehicle up to 20 feet, and do not include port fees and fuel surcharges. Other pricing configurations available on request. Group discounts do not apply.

Nova Star Cruises operates a daily cruise-ferry service between Yarmouth, Nova Scotia and Portland, Maine. Nova Star is a cruise-ferry vessel that comfortably accommodates up to 750 passengers on its Yarmouth to Portland route and includes a variety of dining options, a casino, duty-free retail store, full-service spa, children’s play area, and many more amenities.

(http://www.NovaStarCruises.com)

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