Canada and USA East Coast Cruises
The East Coast of North America offers both captivating landscapes, and bustling cities. Experience the laid back Canadian maritime towns, or the fast pace of New York City.
Canada and the USA East Coast offers an opportunity to uncover the beauty of the Atlantic coast. This area offers the possibility to enjoy nature, quaint towns and also major ports, while also offering bustling cityscapes. Hot-spots include New York City, Miami, Boston as well as Halifax and Quebec. Migrate between the sandy beaches of Florida to the Canadian coastline safely on board a comfortable cruise, offering all of the amenities you could possibly need. Enjoy a wide range of activities such as water sports, wine tastings and more. Take in some of the world’s most famous sights with your own eyes such as New York’s Empire State Building and the sandy beaches of Miami, to name but a few. Why not explore some lesser known areas and visit a host of the National Parks and museums along the way?
With the diverse culture of the USA East coast as well as the French and Gaelic influences evident in certain areas in Canada, a cruise along this region will open your mind. Uncover the history of Boston and the American Revolution by taking part in the Freedom Trail throughout the city’s historic regions. A cruise along the North American coastline promises to leave you spoiled for choice no matter where your interests lie.
Many of these destinations are great cities to walk around and explore on foot. Boston particularity is a unique gem with distinct neighbourhoods and friendly people and if you like seafood you must try a lobster roll!
- Montreal - Fort Lauderdale
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Enjoy the one sea day and relax at the exclusive 'Canyon Ranch Spa Club'.
- New York - Québec City
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- September 2020 - October 2020
Get your fix of east coast culture and spectacular scenery by visiting Peggys Cove in Halifax - it's a must see!
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The city of Fort Lauderdale in the U.S. state of Florida and makes an ideal holiday destination. Due to the many canals in the city, Fort Lauderdale is also known as the American Venice. In the 1970's, the area was very popular with students celebrating Spring Break but these were replaced by cruise vacationers in recent years. Fort Lauderdale offers beautiful beaches, museums, the world's biggest everyday flea market and also the world's largest drive-in cinema, which has 13 screens.
New York is one of the most renowned and iconic cities in the world with famous sights and landmarks at every turn you take. Visitors are guaranteed to be amazed by the world-acclaimed Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building landmarks. The beautiful and serene Central Park is a must see for all visitors. Shopping enthusiasts will be mesmerized by the various premium outlets that Fifth Avenue and the Rockefeller Center have to offer. New York is packed with famous buildings and locations such as Times Square, Wall Street and Brooklyn Bridge which is sure to captivate the masses of visitors.
Vancouver is located on the west coast of Canada, between the sea and mountains, which provide a beautiful backdrop. A cosmopolitan city which is nestled in the great outdoors, Vancouver is the ideal place to discover the best of Canada, where you can enjoy skiing on the internationally renowned mountains Whistlers and Blackcomb and also experience a huge array of fine bars, restaurants and nightclubs. Stanley Park is a highlight of Vancouver, featuring beautiful beaches, paved and dirt trails and Canada's largest aquarium.
Halifax, Nova Scotia is located in Canada and offers a wide range of leisure and excursions. The port city is home to numerous museums, galleries, shops and historic buildings. From here you will be able to take a trip to the fishing village of Peggy's Cove or alternatively, kayak along the coast. With a bit of luck you may even be able to spot some whales, seals and dolphins!
Victoria, the provincial capital of British Columbia on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, impresses with European flair, narrow streets and Victorian architecture. Many of the buildings built before 1945 are listed buildings and the red double-decker buses for city tours are reminders of the British Empire. Not to be missed are the Parliament Building, the Fairmont Empress and the Royal British Columbia Museum. The tearooms, antique shops and galleries are all sure to impress and the abundance of cycling routes make the city easy to navigate.
Boston, in north-eastern United States and is one of the most culturally enriched cities in the country. In addition to the historically important sights that can be found in Boston, there are also architecturally fascinating buildings, creating a beautiful cityscape. The Freedom Trail allows visitors to trace back through the steps of the American Revolution, while the National Historical Park also provides an insight into the rich history of the city. A trip to Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox is simply a must for all sports fans .
Québec City is well known for its French charm. A walk through the narrow streets will enable you to explore numerous museums, one of which is the popular wax museum. Explore Quebec's largest game reserve, or take a riding tour around the city. Alternatively, you can bike up to the Montmorency Falls, where from the summit, you will enjoy breathtaking views over the city.
Bar Harbor is located in the state of Maine and enjoys a coastline with fantastic views and unique rock formations such as soaring granite cliffs. The area was a popular summer residence of the high society in the 19th Century. Today, it serves as the port city for the popular "Acadia National Park." Acadia National Park is a major part of the beautiful landscape of the region. Visitors can enjoy hiking up Cadillac Mountain or just take in the natural beauty of the area which has managed to remain unspoiled throughout the years.
Sydney is located in Nova Scotia in close proximity to the Cape Breto Highlands Nationa Park, which is a true natural paradise. The sight of the gorgeous scenery coupled with the interesting wildlife will make you have to pinch yourself. The park is home to moose and one can see whales off the coast of the park. The town itself is home to some beautiful buildings and a guided tour through the Old Town is highly recommended!
The city of Tampa is located on the Southwest coast of Florida and is home to many entertainment and leisure facilities, making it an ideal port of call for families. Highlights include Busch Gardens which combines a theme park and zoo with a host of other points of interest such as a revitalized Riverwalk. Attractions like the Florida Aquarium and Lowry Park Zoo also prove popular with families. After dark, the vibrant nightlife of Tampa comes alive, with a wide selection of trendy bars and clubs.
Saint John is a port city on the Canadian coast. The city has many cafes and restaurants to eat and drink in. For those keen on the urban lifestyle, see how many of the local shops you can visit! Or, if you are more the nature type, why not take a long hike along the gorgeous landscape?
Newport, Rhode Island has a long tradition of welcoming visitors and has been doing so for over 375 years. Newport was the summer home of many of the elite during the Gilded Age which saw the development of many "Summer cottages" - now known as the Newport Mansions. These architectural masterpieces, are a popular tourist attraction. Newport is often considered the sailing capital of the United States. Fort Adams State Park is home to the Oliver Hazard Perry, the first fully- rigged ocean-going ship built in the country for over a century.
Certainly worth of its name, the largest city in Maine has a long maritime history, and is today recognized as one of the most energetic and happening small cities in the US. Take advantage of our time spent here by enjoying some of the dynamic local art, seafood and craft beers. Tours of Portland’s craft breweries will always guarantee a fun day out.
The St. Lawrence River is located in the region of Saguenay. With a bit of luck, you'll be able to spot some blue whales at the river mouth. The nearby St. Jean lake is a popular sailing destination and home to many beautiful beaches. The location of the Saguenay port is ideal for many nature-related trips. From hiking to kayaking, the region offers you an opportunity to experience some unforgettable moments!
The name "Montreal" is based on the 233-meter-high Mont Royal. In Canada's second largest city, there are numerous attractions, including the cathedral of Notre-Dame de Montréal and Mont Royal. In addition, Montreal offers ample opportunities for strolling and shopping. The many bistros allow you to sit back and watch the colorful city go by.
Visit stunning and cosmopolitan cities like New York, Boston, Quebec, Montreal and Vancouver. Enjoy dazzling skylines, kaleidoscopes of culture and impressive architecture. Enjoy the captivating beauty and the history of the Canadian and New England Atlantic coastline with its plethora of bird and sea life. Tour charming cities steeped in a strong history with remnants of European culture and heritage. On a cruise to Canada and New England you’ll expect to find areas of astonishing natural beauty – from quaint fishing villages to world-class international cities. Enjoy fall foliage tours and Beluga whale-watching expeditions. Discover the revolutionary history that created a nation and experience the unmistakable echoes of Europe in the cobblestone streets.
These cruises are perfect for family cruising, with convenient homeports, historic seaports and unforgettable scenery and sea life. Sail along colour-drenched banks full of autumnal colours and awe-inspiring cities.
Sail to Canada’s iconic city of Halifax and you’ll be in awe over the metropolitan area’s wondrous attractions and romantic walks. Venture to Peggy Cove’s Lighthouse, one of Nova Scotia’s many gems and discover its jaw-dropping surroundings of rocky terrain. Further inland you will be awe-inspired by Old Quebec, a city quarter lined with European-infused richness on every street. French is the first and official language of the region, which compliments the city’s rich heritage and colonial past.
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