The Bay of Fundy is a wonderful place to visit. I'd suggest St John, NB, (You'll have to go in a ways to anchor
comfortably) and if you have time you could go all the way up river to Fredericton NB. The St John river is a very nice cruising ground on it's own. Otherwise, Digby is a lovely town, in Nova Scotia
, with a reasonable anchorage, or you could stay at the marina.
The further you go North, the more "wild" it gets. There are a few anchorages
up that way, I have yet to explore. St John, Digby and Yarmouth are the only places I can vouch for in a monohull
. The further North you go, the more you'll want a cat that can be beached; though there are a few places where you can go, you'll have to plan for the tidal currents, and the variance in water
heights. Still, a wonderful adventure no matter how many hulls you have.
Check the rules for visiting Canada
. It should open on the 9th of August. But the CBSA is talking about a strike, so I'm sure that'll be delayed a while.
Even without the strike, I don't have a lot of confidence with Government
In any case, here's a website which may help you.
Cheers, and good luck.