Northern Newfoundland has been receiving visitors by sea for over 1,000 years. St. Anthony is known as the Gateway to the Vikings, only a short drive away from L’Anse aux Meadows UNESCO World Heritage Site where Leif Erickson landed and lived in about 1,000 A.D. In the centuries that followed, other Europeans would cross the ocean to settle here, and Newfoundlanders & Labradorians would become renowned for their welcoming nature, generous hospitality, quick wit and endless charm. This is never more evident than in St. Anthony, something you will notice as soon as you step off the ship. And in the summertime, ten-thousand-year-old icebergs drift south as humpback whales migrate to the North. We’re used to hosting cruise visitors here – of all different kinds! Will you be next?