After a night cruising sown the St. Lawrence Seaway from Montreal to Quebec City, Prince William and Catherine arrived to a warm welcome. After a Sunday morning service with the crew they began their day. The visit included the
Maison Dauphine community center and a freedom ceremony marking the relationship of England and Quebec City. The couple then flew to Prince Edward Island.
For a photo slideshow of today's activities visit this Telegraph UK online site:
The couple will be staying atDalvay-by-the-Sea with some fun activities planned like a competition between dragon boats with Will & Kate as helmsmen on different teams and a helicopter demonstration with William participating..
A friend blogger, Sandi, lives on PEI and shared about the hotel they are staying at. For that post, visit Sandi's Rose Chintz Cottage.
These are photos of Kate with a crew and William flying his rescue helicopter from the Royal site archives
Monday, July 4 -
10:05 a.m. — The duke and duchess visit Charlottetown's Province House, the country's second oldest active legislature building, which played an important role in Confederation.
· The couple will meet the Premier of Prince Edward Island Premier Robert Ghiz and his wife, who is also called Kate
12:35 p.m. — Prince William co-pilots a Sea King helicopter to learn how to execute a "water bird" emergency landing at Dalvay-by-the-Sea.
1:45 p.m. — The couple learns about aboriginal, Acadian and Celtic culture at Prince Edward Island National Park.
3:55 p.m. — William and Kate take in a search-and-rescue demonstration and Summerside Harbour.
The newlyweds will each race a dragonboat across a lake on Prince Edward Island during the official trip - although they are more likely to be helming than taking part in the demanding rowing process.
They will compete against each other in a dragonboat race on one of the island's lakes
· William and Kate will visit Province House, the birthplace of Confederation
· They will meet the Confederation Centre Young Company, agroup of young actors from every Canadian province and territory
· Before leaving the island, Kate will take a trip down memory lane at Dalvay By The Sea, the charming 1890s seaside resort on the island that was featured in the Anne of Green Gables television series - one of her favourites
7:40 p.m. — The pair will have to bundle up as they touch down in Yellowknife.