Canada/New England Cruises

A cruise to Canada and New England is a relaxing voyage along a dramatic, and sometimes remote, rocky coastline of breathtaking beauty.  The capes are dotted with pristine islands and charming fishing villages and bustling harbor towns with an ever-changing panorama of colors.  The journey takes you back in time while keeping you close to home.  Quaint seaside towns, fabulous mansions and Revolutionary landmarks intermingle to creative a luxurious resort-style character and romance to this historical region.

The ports of call on a cruise to New England and Canada are perfect for walking tours.  You can spend the entire day strolling along restored waterfronts where you will find gourmet dining, European pubs, wine bars, microbreweries and antique shops.  Another popular option is to tour one of the lovely summer cottages built at the turn of the last century by the wealthiest families in America.  The Vanderbilt’s and Astor’s enjoyed high social gatherings and parties, and many of these mansions are lovingly preserved and restored.

Retrace American history on Boston’s famous three-mile Freedom Trail, Mountain bike through the raw beauty of Acadia National Park, Sail the coast of Nova Scotia in a 63-foot schooner, taste the true flavors of the Northeast at an authentic Lobster Bake or discover Quebec’s breathtaking 272-foot Montmorency Falls.

Ports of call: St. John, Halifax, Newport, Boston, Bar Harbor, Quebec, Charlottetown, Sydney.

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