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Cruises to Canada & New England

New England and Canada cruises offer sophisticated, eye-catching ports of call. Take in the sights of the Atlantic Ocean coast, enjoy whale watching, and see the beautiful fall foliage. Newport, Portland and Bar Harbor are quaint towns with lighthouses and crab shacks. Explore Canada's Maritime provinces, including Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Newfoundland. Finally, immerse yourself in French Canada with stops in Quebec's cities and countryside.
Canada/New England Cruise Basics Canada/New England Cruise Basics
Fall foliage and French flair: Read what makes a cruise through Canada & New England special.
Extraordinary Excursions: Canada/New England Extraordinary Excursions: Canada/New England
Beyond leaf-peeping: Peddle, paddle and hike your way through New England & Canada with these tours.
Port Spotlight: Quebec City Port Spotlight: Quebec City
Feel like you're in Europe, right in North America. Discover why Quebec City is so tres bien.

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73% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Montreal -> St. Lawrence River (Cruising) -> Quebec City -> Cruising -> Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island) -> Sydney (Nova Scotia) -> Halifax -> Bar Harbor -> Boston
76% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Boston -> Portland (Maine) -> Bar Harbor -> Saint John (New Brunswick) -> Cruising -> Halifax -> Cruising -> Boston
Bar Harbor
Acadia National Park -- one of the smallest National Parks in the ...
Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)
The Canadian province of Prince Edward Island (PEI) promotes itself ...
Corner Brook
Corner Brook is a friendly leaf-peeper port on the rugged west ...
Halifax, Nova Scotia's capital city (population of 390,000) and the ...
Canada might stamp your passport when you arrive in Montreal, but ...
A stop at Newport makes for a great day ashore. There are simply so ...
Portland (Maine)
Portland, Maine, is all about lobster. It's hard to imagine this ...
Quebec City
Sidewalk cafes by the dozen, baguettes in bicycle baskets, the ...
Get ready to be dazzled. A true natural wonder, the Saguenay River ...
Saint John (New Brunswick)
Located on Canada's Southeastern Atlantic Seaboard, where the Bay of ...
St. John's (Newfoundland)
Come to St. John's, Newfoundland for the whales, puffins and ...
Sydney (Nova Scotia)
Sydney is a city in transition. For a long time it was known mainly ...
Never, in the course of 70 cruises, have I tasted food so consistently poor. From pizza that made me yearn for the frozen food variety to Chicken Cordon Blu that, clearly, was "imported" to the vessel flash frozen and microwaved upon ordering. It ... Read more
First of, I knew this cruise would have older passengers and I was fine with that and I was travelling alone. I have met some very nice passengers (and a few young ones) on the cruise but I also met and observed many rude passengers, who were very ... Read more
Embarkation/Debarkation – Both were let downs. Embark—agent's desk wasn't set up to take security photo for shipboard card although surrounding agents had the capability; I printed more documents than we're actually needed at check in. ... Read more
My wife and I sailed on the Royal Princess along with her sister and 94 year old mother. As platinum level Princess cruisers, we're fairly experienced on the Crown class of ship, and were really interested to experience the newest class. The first ... Read more
Two years ago I went on the New England/Canada cruise leaving out of Boston with three gardening buddies. This year we did the second half of the trip leaving out of New York. I had never been to NY before and leaving the port and viewing the city ... Read more
My wife and I have been on numerous cruises (14+) throughout the world on various cruise lines over the years. This is our second cruise with Celebrity and also, the second on the Summit. The 14-day Canada and New England Tour started in Cape ... Read more
Embarkation was great because we got to the ship between 1 and 2PM and the crowd was already on board. No waiting in line. Quick and easy. Disembarking was easy too because we carried our own bags off and waited a bit for a taxi that we shared to ... Read more
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