Canada/New England Cruises
Canada/New England Cruises offer miles of beautiful coastline and the charm of quaint villages and cities. You can choose itineraries ranging from 4 to 15 nights. Spend your day sightseeing and have the luxury of returning to your floating hotel to enjoy a 5 course meal featuring world-famous Maine lobster.
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The East Coast offers several departure ports including Boston, New York City, Baltimore, Montreal and Quebec City. Extend your Canada/New England cruise vacation with a pre or post vacation package in Boston, New York or Montreal.
One of the ports you may visit is Bar Harbor, Maine rich with the natural beauty of Acadia National Park. Enjoy a horse-drawn carriage ride through the park of attend an authentic "Downeast" lobster bake or a private luncheon at Frenchman’s Bay.
Take the Freedom Trail in Boston. It is approximately 3 mile long and you can see Paul Revere's House, Old North Church, the Old State House and Faneuil Hall. Also take in historic Salem as one of you excursions.
Newport, Rhode Island is a yachting town. Summer homes by the sea known as "cottages" are some of the grandest mansions in America. In town shop at Bowen's Wharf and taste lobster fresh off the fishing boats.
Portland, Main offers historic charm and wonderful restaurants. Take the Portland Head Light and City Tour, the Civil War Fort and Lobster Bake or the Kennebunkport sightseeing tour.
Saint John, New Brunswick has the phenomenon of the "Reversing" Falls Rapids, created by high tides of the Bay of Fundy. Attractions worth seeing are the Loyalist House Museum, commemorating the Loyalists who founded the city and the Old City Market.
Halifax, Nova Scotia has the scenic south shore. See the fabled Peggy's Cove and the German Village of Lunenburg meticulously restored, it has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Sight. In Halifax tour the museum honoring the memory of the Titanic.
Montreal, Quebec is part French and Part English. Stroll the lamp-lit cobblestone streets in Old City. Visit Notre-Dame Basilica and street fairs in Place Jacques-Cartier.
When in Quebec City, Quebec you wonder if you are in Canada or France. Experience buttery croissants and grand chateaus on the river. Enjoy a Quebec City Walking Tour with Tea at the Chateau Frontenac. Visit nearby Montgomery Falls which is higher than Niagara. Take advantage of French culture in North America.
These are just a few ports of call you may visit while on your Canada/New England cruise. Visit with the experienced cruise specialists at BestCruiseBuy.com and decide which cruise is best for you.
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