August 7 marks National Lighthouse Day — a day honoring the beacon of light that, for hundreds of years, served as a symbol of safety and security for ships and boats all over the world. Whether it’s their historical wonder or picturesque appeal, lighthouses continue to draw tourists from all over the world to their… read more of “It’s…”
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Yesterday was Canada Day, and we’re celebrating by honoring some of our most popular and culturally rich itineraries: Canada & New England! From now through October, Maasdam, Rotterdam, Veendam and Zuiderdam feature an impressive collection of seven-, 10-, 11- and 13-day options that explore the key ports of this colorful region. There are dozens of… read more of “Oh, Canada! 5…”
Today is National Lighthouse Day, a day that honors the beacon of light that, for hundreds of years, has symbolized safety and security for ships and boats at sea. On this day in 1789, U.S. President George Washington signed an act passed by the First Congress to protect explorers. Today, lighthouses not only mark the… read more of “It’s…”
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.
On every cruise to Canada and New England, guests have the opportunity to explore various ports in Nova Scotia.
No matter what time of year you cruise to Canada and New England, you’ll be met with a landscape that is filled with vibrant, jeweled-toned hues as far as the eye can see.
A cruise to Canada and New England is a feast for the eyes. Depending on the time of year, you’ll be treated to landscaped painted in jewel-toned hues.
Fall foliage season in Canada and New England is in full swing, and right now ms Maasdam, ms Eurodam and ms Veendam are there exploring the region. What better way to see the emerald, golden and ruby hues of the foliage than from the deck of a cruise ship. Reaching from New York to Gaspe,… read more of “Shore Excursions:…”