Journalist Debbra Dunning Brouillette set sail on a Canada and New England cruise aboard Veendam and wrote an article about her adventure for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
The “On Location” enrichment program on Canada and New England cruises is filled with local traditions and activities that immerse Holland America Line guests into the culture of the region.
Travelers looking to explore the scenic coastline and charming ports of Canada and New England in 2015 can choose from 39 itineraries that visit some of the region’s most iconic destinations.
On every cruise to Canada and New England, guests have the opportunity to explore various ports in Nova Scotia.
Cruising is an excellent vacation option for families of all sizes and ages.
Holland America Line shore excursions come in all shapes and sizes. On every cruise, there are adventure tours for the thrill-seekers, city tours for the historians, excursions that explore the water and the sky, art-focused tours, nature-based excursions and so much more.
When on a cruise, shore excursions can enhance each port of call. Many guests prefer to take a guided tour around the city, and with a wide array of options there’s certainly something for everyone.
If all of these Canada and New England posts have whet your appetite to explore the eastern seaboard, Holland America Line is featuring 48 opportunities in spring, summer and fall 2014. Scheduled May through October, the nine different itineraries on ms Eurodam, ms Maasdam and ms Veendam depart from Boston, Mass.; Montréal and Québec City,… read more of “Forty-Eight Cruises…”