North American Cruises
This large diverse continent is waiting to be explored. With the rugged Rocky Mountains, sophisticated cities, never ending forests, and dramatic coastlines there is truly something for every type of traveller.
North America is the story of ancient civilizations, a monumental history, nature's greatest template. It is simply an example of awe-inspiring ingenuity. Iconic cities, high-plain deserts, wild forests, undiscovered beaches and wilderness treks are just a few attractions that come to mind at the mention of North America. North America is home to countless historical sights and visitor attractions ranging from the Yellowstone National Park to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, so it's no surprise it is an extremely popular destination among cruise enthusiasts. The list of things to do and see is endless and guaranteed to take your breath away.
North American Cruises promise excitement and adventure, be it trekking through undulating rolling fields, listening to the roars of rushing waters, or uncovering ancient rites. The diversity of cultures, customs and landscapes in North America makes it the ideal destination for satisfying tourists with varied tastes. With endearing natural wonders, mouth-watering cuisine, exotic wildlife and extravagant cultures, North America is an area where you will wish to return to again and again, and there are few better ways to do so than on board a luxurious cruise ship.
Use your overnight in Los Angeles to take in the famous sights like the Hollywood Walk of Fame and also soak up the sun on LA's fantastic beaches!
- Vancouver - Los Angeles
- North America
Make sure to pack your sun cream as there are plenty of beaches and water activities to soak up the sun of San Diego and Santa Barbra!
- San Francisco - San Francisco
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- September 2018 - March 2020
Enjoy the comfort and fun activities such as the "Hot Glass Show" glass blowing workshop on board Celebrity Eclipse on your two days at sea!
- Vancouver - Los Angeles
- North America
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.Highlights of Fort Lauderdale
- Take a walk along the city's New River and view the Riverwalk A&E
- Enjoy a host of outdoor activities such as an alligator tour
- Relax and enjoy one of Fort Lauderdale incredible sandy beaches
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.Highlights of New York
- Be amazed by the iconic Empire State Building which is 381 meters tall
- Experience the pinnacle of theater by visiting Broadway
- Visit the Guggenheim museum which is home to the work of famous artists such as Picasso
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.Highlights of Vancouver
- Visit Stanley Park by bike, boat or hiking the trails
- Dine on fresh seafood and enjoy B.C wine
- Discover the wealth of shopping options in Vancouver
Los Angeles is a star-studded city located in California in the United States. The city is home to numerous famous neighbourhoods such as Beverly Hills and Hollywood, including the iconic sign located in the Hollywood Hills. Those interested in arts and culture should check out Museum Row. Sun-worshippers should head to some of LA's beaches such as Venice Beach with it's famed boardwalk. Looking for some retail therapy? Hit up Rodeo Drive for the best selection of designer labels. The Hollywood region of the city and the Hollywood Walk of Fame should not be missed by movie lovers.Highlights of Los Angeles
- Soak up the sun at trendy Venice Beach
- Keep an eye out for celebrities
- Take a walk along the Hollywood Walk of Fame
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!Highlights of Halifax:
- Known for great strength in culture and nightlife.
- Hosts many festivals throughout the year, such as music, film and tattoo festivals.
- The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia houses over 9,000 pieces of art
Juneau is the capital city of the State of Alaska and is full of natural and cultural attractions. Surrounded by the stunning Alaskan landscape, there is a huge amount of activities available to embrace nature, such as flightseeing, kayaking, whale watching and fishing. There is also a wealth of cultural experiences to be discovered with museums, historical sites, art galleries and more. Juneau is sure to impress all visitors, whether you would like to visit glaciers and fjords or see the whales and dolphins local to the region.Highlights of Juneau
- Take a boat tour to glaciers, fjords and other natural wonders
- Explore the history and culture at the shrine of St. Therese & Alaska State Museum
- Enjoy some fresh Alaskan crab and seafood in a variety of restaurants
North America is steeped in history from its rich colonial past to its present day fusion of diverse races, religions and cultures. This far-reaching continent has an abundance of diverse climates, terrains and vistas, revealing America in all of its spectacular wonder. A North American cruise promises to delight with a diverse range of impressive landscapes, iconic cities and rich history. These are just some of the reasons as to why the continent of North America is becoming increasingly popular among cruise adventurers and enthusiasts.
Canada & New England
Discover the vast expanses of natural beauty that Canada has to offer, while bearing witness to northern Canada’s diverse eco-systems and spectacular landscapes of unspoiled wilderness. Wine and dine along coastal areas of sophisticated ports with tall lighthouses in the quaint towns of Newport, Portland and Bar Harbor. Cruise the west coast of the USA and discover the delights and serene charm of New England. America’s Northeast coast has so much to offer, boasting some of the world’s most iconic cities and home to some awe-inspiring sights. Attend a delightfully dynamic Broadway musical in New York City, or discover the outstanding natural beauty of Niagara Falls which lies between the USA and Canada and witness the glittering water cascade into the basin below! Taste the south-eastern beauty of Florida, the US gateway for cruises to the Caribbean and home to aquamarine seas, sun-drenched beaches and year-round sunshine. Shop in some of the Sunshine state’s finest malls and sample the exciting nightlife in the area’s diverse bars.
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