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Adventure Coordinators is affiliated with Vision Travel.  TICO license 50023501

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Toronto, ON, Canada

855-550-7487

The only thing a golfer needs is more daylight

Ben Hogan

Golf & Cruise

Imagine sailing along spectacular coastlines and playing golf at some of the best courses in the world.  In addition, explore some amazing sights, both natural and historical.  Best of all, with your cruise ship as your base you get to unpack only once!

In Canada's Maritimes we blend a unique cruise experience, full of wildlife encounters, visits to colourful fishing villages plus exciting off-ship excursions, while providing easy access to several of Canada’s most spectacular golfing locations: Cabot Links & Cabot Cliffs (NS), L‘Etang-du-Nord (Les Iles de la Madeleine), Crowbush (PEI), Highland Links (NS).  

In Scotland and Ireland enjoy breathtaking views and convenient access to the golf courses, as we shuttle you effortlessly from one to the next: Royal County Down, The Lost Course, Cruden Bay and the historic Balgownie course at Royal Aberdeen Golf Club.  Those who do not golf have access to historical locations, distilleries, activities and superb scenery.

Fiddles & Sticks - the Maritimes

Scotland & Ireland Golf Expedition

 
 

Day 1 - Louisbourg, Nova Scotia
Our adventure begins in the historic port town of Louisbourg, Nova Scotia, where we board our expedition vessel,.

Day 2 - Inverness, Nova Scotia | Cabot Links & Cabot Cliffs
Today we are anchored off the broad sand beach at Inverness, on Nova Scotia’s west coast. Golfers have the chance to enjoy Cabot Links, one of North America’s top golf courses. 

Day 3 - Inverness, Nova Scotia | Cabot Links & Cabot Cliffs
Completed in 2016, the new 18-hole layout at Cabot Cliffs was added to the adjacent Cabot Links course. Combined, this 36-hole layout has been rated in the top 20 golf course destinations in the world.

Day 4 - The Magdalen Islands, Quebec | Club de Golf des Iles
The Magdalens are home to unique fishing communities.  Golfers get to play the simple nine hole course at L‘Etang-du-Nord, offering beautiful coastal views. If you feel the need for a day away from the fairways, consider cycling, sea kayaking, stand up paddle boarding or a whale-watching cruise.

Day 5 - Morell, Prince Edward Island | Links at Crowbush
Crowbush is undoubtedly the jewel in crown of PEI’s renowned golf scene. 

Day 6 - Ingonish - Nova Scotia | Highland Links
At Ingonish we find Highland Links, traversing woods and on coastal land overlooking the ocean one of Canada’s Top 10 golf courses.

Day 7 - Sable Island

Located hundreds of kilometers from the coast, Sable Island has a storied history as a graveyard of ships.  It is now home to a herd of wild horses and one of the largest gray seal colonies in the world. 

Day 8 - Louisbourg, Nova Scotia
Disembark in Louisbourg in the morning.

Rates and Dates

July 3 - 10, 2019 - 7 Nights

One Ocean Suite: US$9,195
Shackleton Suite: US$7,595
Superior Plus: US$6,395
Superior: US$6,195
Twin Private: US$5,395
Main Deck Triple: US$4,395

Day 1 - Dublin, Ireland
Enjoy a welcome cocktail and dinner before casting off.

Day 2 - Newcastle, Northern Ireland
Newcastle is home of The Royal County Down Golf Club ranked the #1 course in the world. For non-golfers it is a chance to explore a quaint Irish seaside town or bike or transfer to Tollymore Forest Park. On our way back to the ship we can stop for afternoon tea.

Day 3 - Campbeltown, Scotland
Play either Machrihanish or Machrihanish Dunes.  The Dunes is home to a spa for those who need a little pampering. The village of Campbeltown has three whisky distilleries. All are worth a visit.

Day 4 - The Hebridean Islands, Scotland
Play'The Lost Course', featuring beautiful rolling dunes alongside the bracing Atlantic Ocean. Those up for a hike can explore the beautiful beaches or the mysterious Standing Stones. Cyclists can stretch their legs on the Hebridean Way.

Day 5 - Kirkwall, Orkney Islands, Scotland
Wander through Kirkwall exploring local crafts, art galleries, enjoy a tour and tasting at the distillery or visit St. Magnus Cathedral. Head to Skara Brae, a Neolithic village established over 5000 years ago.

 

Day 6 - Inverness, Scotland
Play either Castle Stuart or The Royal Dornoch. If you have an interest in history head to Culloden Moor, where the Jacobites fought their final battle in 1745. There is also a day trip to Loch Ness.

Day 7 - Aberdeen, Scotland
Today you can play Cruden Bay or the historic Balgownie course at Royal Aberdeen.

Day 8 - Edinburgh, Scotland
This morning disembark at Edinburgh, the Scottish capital.

Rates and Dates

June 5 - 12, 2019 - 7 Nights

One Ocean Suite: US$9,195
Shackleton Suite: US$7,595
Superior Plus: US$6,395
Superior: US$6,195
Twin Private: US$5,395
Main Deck Triple: US$4,395