CANADA & NEW ENGLAND CRUISES

Our New England and Canada cruises glide past incredible scenery (hello fall foliage) and stop into historic ports and cities, some well-traveled, some hidden jewels. Enjoy quick 6- to-8-day getaways with convenient Boston departures to the culturally rich Montréal or Québec City. Or make it a longer voyage on cruises to Greenland to see a truly pristine landscape dotted with primary-colored cottages. You can also circumnavigate Iceland on some of these fantastic new cruises. Whatever New England cruise or Canada cruise you choose, amazing is on the itinerary. Explore the early days of the “New World” by walking the grounds of significant battles and touring fascinating sites you’ll remember from history books. On our popular Nova Scotia cruises from Boston, munch on fresh seafood and tap your toe along to a fiddler. Or roam the rolling hills, sandy beaches, and Victorian houses of Prince Edward Island. From lighthouses set against the golden summer sun to the most vibrant fall foliage imaginable, a vacation in New England and Canada packs in a lifetime of memories. 

Featured Canada & New England Cruise Ports

Bar Harbor, Maine, US

Our Canada and New England cruise takes you to Bar Harbor, the quintessential New England coastal town. Picturesque and charming, it is a scenic and walkable town with streets lined with restaurants and boutiques. Dining on lobster is a must. 
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Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada

On your cruise to Canada, the port of Charlottetown is the capital of Canada’s smallest province, Prince Edward Island. Despite its modest size, the city has an impressive number of Victorian houses and great parks waiting to be explored.Nearby Prince Edward Island National Park is home to white-sand beaches and hiking and biking trails—visit the home which inspired the beloved book Anne of Green Gables on this fantastic Canada cruise.
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Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

In Halifax—Nova Scotia’s provincial capital, explore the waterfront on this part of your Canada cruise. Savor the culinary scene for fresh seafood at street vendors, casual joints and upscale eateries. The rocky coastline and charming villages just outside Halifax are worth the trip from downtown.

 

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Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Montréal is a city of contrasts, sitting on the New World’s St. Lawrence River with undeniable Old-World French flair. The streets are lined with sights ranging from a 17th-century seminary to contemporary architectural masterpieces. Montreal is sure to charm your Eastern Canada cruise.

 

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Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

Québec City is steeped in history. Older than Jamestown, its original fortifications remain intact - a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As you visit historic sites and dine at restaurants that serve Québec’s distinctive cuisine, you'll discover a remarkable thriving culture on this part of your Canada cruise.
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Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada

Experience Sydney, Nova Scotia while on your Canada cruise. Some of the city’s historic houses and churches date back to the 1700s and are open for tours. Restaurants often provide live music (expect fiddles and sea chanteys) along with meals of seafood fresh-caught in nearby waters.

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