Enjoy the captivating beauty and the history of the Canadian and new England Atlantic coastline with its plethora of bird and sea life. Visit charming cities steeped in history. You'll sail through areas of astonishing natural beauty - from quaint fishing villages to world-class international cities - and enjoy fall foliage tours and Beluga whale-watching expeditions. Discover the revolutionary history that created a nation and experience the unmistakable echoes of Europe in the cobblestone streets.
With convenient homeports, historic seaports and unforgettable scenery and sea life, one thing is for also certain about your trip to Canada and New England, and that’s the warmth of the welcome you’ll receive.
Many cruises visit Canada’s Atlantic islands, cruises that go down the St Lawrence to Montreal and Quebec. There are many cruise lines that visit the area, some cruises are on the major cruise lines but there are a number smaller specialty cruises that operate.
Canada and New England cruises operate in summer and autumn to enjoy the warmer weather and in particular, the spectacular fall foliage. The season is from June to October with the majority of departures being in September.
New York, Boston, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax and Nova Scotia
Temperatures in June to August are generally pleasant – around 70F/20c, but by Fall the temperatures have dropped to the mid fifties. Cruise Lines will usually recommend the appropriate clothing for these cruises.
Information on this Web Site has been obtained from the Cruise Companies represented. However, the cruise industry is constantly
changing and should be used as a guide only. We are unable to take responsibility for incorrect information and you must confirm
all details at the time of booking.