Cruising Labrador Coastal Drive
Marine ports along Labrador Coastal Drive offer unique, authentic and memorable experiences for passengers and crew of ships of all sorts.
Port of Red Bay
In the port of Red Bay, passengers have opportunity to learn about the Basque presence at Red Bay, experience historic walks, discover Labrador cuisine, witness craft demonstrations and displays, and explore a 7500 year old burial mound at L'Anse Amour and an Imperial lighthouse tower at Point Amour.

Port of Battle Harbour
Step back in time at Battle Harbour, a restored fishing village on a tiny island in the Labrador Sea, one of North America's oldest northern communities
Clipper Adventurer, L'Anse Amour, October 2011 (larger version)
L'Anse Amour
L'Anse Amour has a fine sandy beach suitable for landing zodiacs. Once on the beach passengers are within walking distance of the L'Anse Amour Burial National Historic Site and the Point Amour Lighthouse Provincial Historic Site.

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