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Try www.landfallnavigation.com - they have an excellent cruising guide selection.
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The links below are three yacht clubs in Nova Scotia that can probably give you better information than most of us here. I think you'll find them to be pretty helpful folks.

When I was sailing there, we used to buy our charts at the Government Bookstore on Hollis Street, not sure if it's still there or if there are better charts available, but I think that the locals will be able to help you.

http://www.armdaleyachtclub.ns.ca/

http://www.rnsys.com/

http://www.cyc.ns.ca/
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I haven't checked out any of the above links, this is what comes up on a google search:

http://www.puffin-press.com/

http://www.amazon.com/Cruising-Guide.../dp/0070388083

http://www.bluewaterweb.com/Cruising...533&SKU=X11687
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Try for guides and chartswww.fedpubs.ca
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Its a .com try www.fedpubs.com
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CHARLIE'S CHARTS - NORTH TO ALASKA (Victoria, B.C. to Glacier Bay, Alaska).

THE COASTAL COMPANION,A Guide For The Alaska-Bound Traveler By Joe Upton

SMALL-BOAT CRUISING TO ALASKA
By Leif G. Terdal.

CRUISING TO ALASKA.
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http://boatbooks.co.nz/cruising_beyond.asp

(probably wasting your time, I didn't notice you were primarily interested in east coast. Apologies)
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Nova Scotia cruising guide:

Leave from Portland Maine eh
Turn left eh
pull in when you see land eh
Crack open a pale greenie and enjoy th view eh
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Get the Canadian Sailing Directions for that area. Invaluable. Available at most of the links above. Tides and currents too. John

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