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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 Tips Canada/New England Cruise Tips
Fall foliage and French flair: Read what makes a cruise through Canada & New England special.
Best Canada/New England Shore Excursions Best Canada/New England Shore Excursions
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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71% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
St. Lawrence River (Cruising) -> Montreal -> Quebec City -> Cruising -> Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island) -> Sydney (Nova Scotia) -> Halifax -> Bar Harbor -> Boston
76% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Baltimore -> Cruising -> Boston -> Portland (Maine) -> Bar Harbor -> Saint John (New Brunswick) -> Halifax -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Baltimore
87% 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 coast ...
The tiny town of Eastport, Maine – it's just four square miles – ...
If you're lucky, you may be escorted to Gaspe (GAS-pay) by the whales ...
Halifax, Nova Scotia's capital city (population: 390,000) and the ...
Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995, the pretty Nova ...
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 ...
Once was enough. richard1s
It’s always fun to get a way and it is especially exciting to go on a cruise. The following are some of our experiences on the Holland America Maasdam Canada/New England cruise departing Montreal on 9/5. This is one of our favorite ... Read more
Well, let's start with the good: food was mediocre, dining room service was excellent when they remembered what we ordered, the casino.....ok so that's about it. Now the bad: there were more canes, wheelchairs and walkers than in a nursing home, ... Read more
Very Enjoyable Heartgrove
This was our first time on a HAL ship. We actually chose the Veendam over its sister ship, Maasdam, because of the two night scheduled stay in the beautiful city of Quebec. Prior to boarding, we spent a night at a very nice boutique hotel, Hotel ... Read more
The Norwegian Gem is a beautiful ship, one of the nicest on which we've sailed. It was easy to navigate the ship. The restaurants were nicely placed in various areas. We enjoyed Magenta as our main dining room; very good service and food and ... Read more
Two days of terrible weather weren't enough to "dampen" our spirits. Flash flooding in Portland and gale force winds and rain on our last sea day. Shore excursions cancelled in Portland making a very busy and noisy ship. Made the best ... Read more
Ship is very stable. KenL.Cruiser
We ave been on 12 cruises before. We drove into Bayonne from Virginia. The drive was not to bad but be prepared for the toll roads. Some of the tolls were $14.00. Overall we paid about $65.00 in just tolls. We parked with premier parking not at the ... Read more
We traveled to the Port by car traffic on Thursday morning was heavy, but we arrived in plenty of time. Check in went really well no problem with check in went up to the Windjammer for lunch it was a beautiful sunny day so clear you could see the ... Read more
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