Comprehensive pre-voyage information package to help you prepare for your trip in Canada's Atlantic provinces
Transfers to the ship on embarkation day and from the ship to the airport or local hotel on disembarkation
Shipboard accommodation in your selected cabin category with daily housekeeping. Cabins feature outside views with windows or portholes that open on each deck
High quality, eco friendly, Canadian made natural amenities in every cabin
All breakfasts, lunches and dinners on board throughout your voyage with daily afternoon tea. Lunches at the golf courses are not included
24-hour tea, coffee, hot chocolate in bar lounge plus in-cabin tea, coffee, hot chocolate replenished daily
Experienced Expedition Leader and professional expedition team and a Golf Program Co-ordinator
Daily off-ship excursions by zodiac boat seperating into small groups for shore landings
Guided hikes and walks on shore of various durations for guests of all abilities
Visits to wildlife locations, historic sites, places of outstanding natural beauty and community visits.
Educational presentations and talks by experts in their field (ie. historians, naturalists, etc). Onboard or on shore. Special hosts to ensure unique, seemless golfing experiences
Resident photographer available to assist all guests
Access to computers in the multimedia lab for image downloads, file back-up and management
An emergency trained medical physician onboard every voyage
Dedicated hospitality team including Hotel Manager, four chefs, professional bar staff and Adventure Concierge staff
Onboard sauna, plunge pool, jacuzzi and fitness centre including personal trainer and massage options (charge applies for massage and spa treatments)
Access to well stocked library full of reference books and holiday reading
An activity program that includes stand-up paddle boarding, sea kayaking and cycling options on shore
End of voyage video, photos and take home USB
Port fees and all permits to access visited areas
Golf Inclusions and Features
Green fees at all courses listed in the itinerary
Transfer of all players plus clubs/equipment from ship to shore (and back) - and to the course at all locations
Pull carts are available at all locations – either included in green fees or hired from the Pro Shop for a small fee. Some courses also offer powered pull carts. Experienced caddies are available for a fee at all locations and must be arranged prior to arrival.
Pre-packed lunches will be available for all golfers. Or golfers may choose to utilize the clubhouse and dining facilities when on shore. Meals or drinks purchased on shore will be at passengers own expense.
A friendly competition will take place over the duration of the voyage featuring both scratch and handicap scores at each course and a combined total score. Additional competitions could include 'longest drive' and 'nearest the pin' challenges. Specific details will be provided in your pre-voyage information package.
Expedition Cruising Gear Included
Should you choose to participate in any of the non- golfing activities, an equipment package is available to use when off the ship or on shore. This includes waterproof jacket, pants and other items. The jacket and pants are rated for 'expedition cruising' and would not be suitable when playing golf in inclement weather. We recommend you bring your own outer gear suitable for playing golf in adverse conditions.
Any international or local airfare unless otherwise specified in the voyage itinerary
Pre or post-cruise hotel accommodation unless otherwise specified in the itinerary (or pre-arranged)
Personal expenses on board such as alcoholic beverages, bar charges or laundry expenses
Telecommunication charges (ie. email, satellite phone). Note: cell phones will work in many locations on this voyage
Baggage, cancellation or medical travel insurance related expenses (comprehensive travel insurance is mandatory on all One Ocean Expeditions voyages)
A voluntary gratuity at the end of the voyage for expedition staff and ship crew (suggested amount – $US12-15 per day)