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Nova Scotia to New Brunswick Ferry

MV FUNDY ROSE – THE SHIP

Take an unforgettable journey across the Bay of Fundy in comfort & style!

Welcome aboard Fundy Rose, the new ferry replacing Princess of Acadia. With daily crossings between Digby, Nova Scotia and Saint John, New Brunswick, Fundy Rose transports all types of vehicles including cars, RVs, trucks, tour buses, and motorcycles, as well as walk-on passengers and four-legged friends—plus travel times are now reduced by an additional 45 minutes per crossing. She also offers an improved journey, all daytime sailings, and a host of new and improved amenities.

Take advantage of Fundy Rose’s outdoor seating and viewing area to feel the wind in your face and search the Bay of Fundy for sightings of whales and other sea life. Enjoy better onboard accessibility with two elevators, an escalator, and ramps throughout. And during your cruise, pop by the Mid Ship Café for a Starbucks coffee and lighter fare, grab a drink at the Crow’s Nest, or visit the Acadia Eatery, featuring a full daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu.

Use our Business Centre or free Wi-Fi to catch up on work while we do the driving, watch live entertainment (on scheduled occasions), or catch the latest flick in one of Fundy Rose’s two movie lounges. There’s even a children’s play area, trucker’s lounge, tourist information centre, gift shop, and animal shelter, so everyone is taken care of on Fundy Rose!

What to do in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick

Explore the highest tides in North America, sample world-class wines in the Annapolis Valley, or maybe take a day and discover the unseen corners of the Cabot Trail. Whatever adventure you're looking for, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick offer a little something to suit everyone's pace.

  • Whale Watching Adventures

    Some of the best whale watching in North America is found in PEI, NB, and NS, particularly in the Bay of Fundy. Watch for humpbacks, huge finbacks, and minke.

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  • The Bay of Fundy

    The highest tides in the world make for endless opportunities to explore an extraordinary landscape, incredible marine life, and even the bottom of the ocean floor.

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  • Saint John, New Brunswick

    Canada's oldest incorporated city's is also one of its most interesting. Historic downtown core, exciting culinary scene, and tidal adventures a heartbeat away.

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  • Digby, Golf

    Home of world famous scallops, the world's largest scallop fishing fleet, and some of the best whale watching in North America. Nova Scotia's best kept secret.

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