"Rugged coastlines and incredible natural beauty; cruise along the majestic Canada and New England and discover a whole new world. "
Enrich yourself in the deep history and the natural beauty of Canada and New England as you cruise along the cities of Boston and Quebec and experience the signs of Victoria's British heritage.
Cruises in Canada & New England:
Explore New England with Royal Caribbean or Celebrity Cruises as you sail along the spectacular Eastern Seaboard or take a roundtrip from Boston, Baltimore or New York City. Travel to Halifax and Bar Harbor to discover the delightful combination of modern cities and historic towns.
Cruise Highlights :
The beauty of these breathtaking locations can be best experienced and enjoyed onboard while you cruise along New England and Eastern Canada's most scenic ports of call. Relax and enjoy the splendid views from your balcony, and experience this wonderful journey as you cruise along the stunning and dramatic coasts of Canada and New England.
Canada & New England Destinations :
Discover the charm of New England interspersed with a dash of history and rugged coastlines. Rustic villages along the coast off set the vibrant cities of Canada to make this cruise a truly unforgettable one .
Boston, USA is where the Freedom Trail follows the path of history, preppy crowds at Harvard Square and of course the wharf area where restaurants serve the freshest of lobsters!
Bar Harbor on the coast of Maine is where you will get the opportunity to go whale watching - outdoor buffs can trek up to Cadillac Mountain to get sweeping views of the rugged coastline of New England.
Halifax, Canada is a charming city with museums and historic sites with Peggy's Cove and Citadel Hill being must visits. The waterfront is full of lively pubs and cafes where you can spend your evenings.
Portland, Maine is where history and modernity collide. A dynamic city where the arts are alive in the many galleries and museums, Portland also throws up opportunities for the adventurous - kayaking, biking, skiing are just a few
Quebec City is as French as it can get. The Old City is UNESCO site and makes for a very interesting visit. A very romantic city full of cobbled stones alleys lined with boutique shops and cafes, you may be forgiven if you think you are in Europe!
Saint John, New Brunswick has beautiful beaches and hidden caves waiting to be explored. The Reversing Falls Rapids is a not to be missed phenomenon if just to see the river reversing itself! The Old City market houses specialty shops and the restaurants serve seafood delights.
St. John's, New foundland is deceptive - a throbbing metropolis lies behind the quaint harbor. Cultural delights await discovery and shopping bargains for traditional handicrafts, the nature enthusiast will love the picturesque surrounding and fishing and kayaking in the sea are the order of the day. Make a trip to the little village of Quidi Vidi a charming village just outside city limits.
Best time to cruise :
For spectacular views of fall foliage in New England and Canada, take the cruise in anytime in September and October.
Must Dos :
- Visit Butchart Gardens. Butterfly gardens or Butchart Gardens in Victoria are considered as the world's most beautiful gardens.
- For a scenic view, drive along the St. Lawrence River and don't miss the impressive shrine of St. Anne-de-Beaupre and the amazing 272ft. Montmorency Falls
- Sample the lobsters at any one of the restaurants along the coast of New England or Maine.