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With the aroma of ocean-fresh seafood in the air and the symphony of clinking glasses and laughter accompanied by the tunes of Cape Breton music, this 90-minute, magical mix of music and mussels is the perfect opportunity to explore Nova Scotia's culinary and cultural scene. On site at the Joan Harriss Cruise Pavilion, you'll learn why Cape Breton is known as "Music Island," and in addition to the lively musical entertainment and sing-along, you'll enjoy a delectable bowl of East Coast mussels, paired with a flight of locally crafted beer and cider. Immerse yourself in the rich cultural tapestry of Cape Breton as you create memories in the company of kindred spirits. Be sure to take a photo in front of the world's largest fiddle, a symbol of Cape Breton Island's Celtic cultural heritage, before returning to the ship.
Tour timeline may vary to avoid overcrowding, etc.