That's an interesting trip..... I assume you are going to or around the Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland
? If so, yours is the most direct route
, other than taking the Richelieu Canal from Lake Champlain to the St Lawrence.
But the north shore east of Grandes Bergeronnes does look a bit hostile on charts
: not a lot of harbours and forbiddingly rocky east of Sept-Isles. Am I thinking too cautiously?
In 2014 I found the south shore (north shore of Gaspe) had nicely spaced small marinas
. I jumped from Chandler to the Magdalens, then to northern Cape Breton before heading down to Halifax
. I could equally as easily crossed the Cabot Strait to Newfoundland.