Canada and New England

When you embark on a Canada and New England cruise, you’re in for some impressive history, and excellent seafood. Canada and New England provide a wide array of opportunities to enjoy the unique scenery, tradition and culture of this outstanding region. From the rich history of Boston to the quaint seaside towns of Maine to the fascinating culture of Quebec you’ll have a magical experience.

Disability Cruising-Peggy Cove Nova ScotiaCruise New England and Eastern Canada’s most scenic, historic and sophisticated ports of call. Visit the iconic lighthouse at Peggy’s Cove in Halifax, in Boston, enjoy a scenic harbor cruise. In Portland Maine, take a shore day excursion on a classic New England schooner to see the breathtaking sights of Portland’s bay. Relax and soak in the spectacular views such as glorious colors, and you’ll realize this experience can only happen along the stunning and dramatic coasts of Canada and New England.

Disability Cruising-New EnglandStroll through history among colonial brick buildings of Boston’s historic Freedom Trail. Québec City’s iconic Chateau Frontenac is where you’ll find the best views of the Saint Lawrence River, and enjoy an afternoon with a true “downeast” lobster bake. Roam in Prince Edward Island, a pastoral slice of heaven with miles of lush landscapes, as you experience the sights, sounds and flavors unique to Canada and New England.


Canada & New England Departure Ports and Ports of Call

(Click on the city for details about the area and excursions)


Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island     Corner Brook, Newfoundland

Halifax, Nova Scotia     Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada     

Saint John, Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick     Sydney, Nova Scotia


Baltimore, Maryland     Bar Harbor, Maine     Boston, Massachusetts

Newport, Rhode Island     New York, New York     Portland, Maine