Tall Ship Silva Northwest Arm Cruise

About this Tour

Halifax, well known for its bustling harbour, impressive coastal views and historical significance, is also home to a hidden gem – the Northwest Arm. Tucked away from the bustling city, this picturesque waterway offers a serene escape for locals and visitors alike. The Northwest Arm is a haven of tranquility, dotted with impressive waterfront homes, and surrounded by lush greenery in the summer months and colourful foliage during late fall. The Tall Ship Silva Northwest Arm Cruise provides a unique opportunity to witness the beauty of Halifax, and all her hidden gems, while onboard Halifax's signature ship. Join us, enjoy a beverage from the onboard bar, see the sights, the city, and coastline from a unique perspective.

Tour Includes

1.5-hour cruise
Guided commentary


Select days in September and October, 2023:
September 12,September 20,September 26,September 27,September 29
October 1,October 6,October 18

Ticket Prices (HST Extra)

Adult: $43.00
Senior 65+: $39.60
Youth (10-15): $28.20
Child (5-9): $19.85
Child (0-4): FREE
Family Rate*: $111.40
Additional Child for Family Rate (With purchase of family ticket): $18.50
*Family Rate is for 2 adults & 2 children under the age of 15​

Where to Board

Tall Ship Silva Northwest Arm Cruise departs from Tall Ships Quay, 1097 Marginal Rd, Halifax, NS B3J 3S8.
Tall Ships Quay is a short 5-minute walk from the Halifax Cruise Ship Terminal

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