Keep it simple stupid
Thanks guys, it really was a fun adventure. No good waves, just some very windy days with white-caps.
You can get the pricing on Marine Atlantic website. Depend on the route and time. If you elect to have cabin space, the cheapest travel is daytime to Port Aux Basques. Nighttime cabin cost 2x of daytime rate. You need to pay a fixed price for vehicle and passenger.sweet nice report! I don't know if you posted but about how much was the ferry?
Sorry if this off topic, but I'm wonder how is the driving on Trans-Labrador Hwy from Quebec to Labrador?Nice Trip and log. Did a similar trip last year during the Ice Berg season, but seeing your log makes me want go back again
I was there last year. As far as i remember Quebec city to labrador city 40% paved and some really rough sections. Labrador city to goosebay most of it is paved as far as I remember. after goose Bay it's all unpaved but I was able to maintain 90kmph most of the road. we did that whole section from red Bay to Boston in one single stretch so it was a bit tiring but if you break it up it should be enjoyable. There is some industrial traffic near labrador city. Make sure you pick up the free satellite rental.We did it in a stock 4runner.Sorry if this off topic, but I'm wonder how is the driving on Trans-Labrador Hwy from Quebec to Labrador?
My current setup is a pop-up trailer. I'm in progress to build my SUV for over landing purpose. I'm interested in the route above. I'm hesitate to hook up the trailer and drive.
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sweet nice report! I don't know if you posted but about how much was the ferry?
Thank you! The ferry was almost exactly 400 canadian round trip. That was 2 adults, 1 vehicle, daytime North Sydney to PAB, nothing fancy.Beautiiful picture, nice trip!