Canada / New England Cruise Guide
Cruise to Canada’s east coast and down into New England past dramatic natural sights, old-world towns and ultra-modern cities. If you can’t decide between a scenic escape or a city break, cruise to New England and Canada, a stunning part of the world that offers both.
Canada and New England have ports all along the coast, so you can choose where to embark. Popular starting points for Canada and New England cruises include New York, Cape Liberty, and Montreal. Take a short, 7-night voyage along the coast or book a 14-night cruise to enjoy more of the sights.
Port days might involve exploring thriving cities such as Boston and Quebec City. Alternatively, you might end up wandering around charming oceanfront towns such as Halifax, Nova Scotia or Bar Harbor, Maine. As you make a port visit, enjoy meals of fresh New England lobster and other local dishes.
New England and Canada cruises in summer guarantee the best weather. Perhaps the prettiest time to go, however, is autumn. The forest-lined coasts burst into a vivid array of reds and golds, promising spectacular, colorful scenery.