1Embark in Toronto, ON
Settle in on the Victory I as your journey through French Canada begins.
2Scenic Sailing of the St. Lawrence River
Enjoy complimentary beer and wine, take afternoon tea, stop by cocktail hour, and don't forget to book an appointment at the on board spa!
One of the oldest cities in North America, Montreal turned 375 in 2017. Take a walking tour of the Old City and visit the Notre Dame Basilica., originally built in the mid-19th century. Climb Mount Royal for sweeping views of the whole city and the St. Lawrence River.
4Quebec City, QC
Start your day on the motorcoach as it heads for the Plains of Abraham, a battle site during the Seven Years' War between the French and the British. From there, step back in time to New France as you visit Place Royal where the oldest stone church in North America stands- Notre-Dame-des-Victoires Church built in 1688. You then head to Montmorency Falls and take a cable car ride to the top. Stand in awe of the majestic falls, they are taller than Niagara Falls! The rest of the day is for you to explore, we recommend visiting the Petit Champlain neighborhood, a picturesque shopping district with old world feel, as well as Château Frontenac for views of the whole city.
5Scenic Sailing of the St. Lawrence River
Take time to meet with the on board expert to learn more about the area you are sailing through today.
We'll take a motor coach today to Percé to board a boat that will take you to cruise by the Rock of Percé. Then it's off to Bonaventure Island, a migratory bird sanctuary that offers wonderful hiking trails.
7 Charlottetown, P.E.I.
In Prince Edward Island National Park, visit the farmstead that inspired the famous book "Anne of Green Gables" by L.M. Montgomery. Tour the house as well as the farm and other sites that inspired places in the book series.
Take time on the Sun Deck to enjoy the gorgeous vistas you pass as you cruise along the St. Lawrence.
8Scenic Sailing of the Atlantic Coast
Watch Nova Scotia from on board as you take in all the beauty of the Autumn colors.
We start the day at the Halifax Citadel, a star shaped fort with a fascinating museum, including the 78th Highlanders. Then learn about Halifax's maritime history at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and even step on to a replica Titanic deck. Passing by the Fairlawn Cemetery we'll discover the story of how 100 bodies from the Titanic were recovered and buried. From there we drive out to Peggy's Cove to see the famous Lighthouse and have lunch.
10Scenic Sailing of the Atlantic Coast
Enjoy your last full day on board by interacting with fellow passengers, and relax on the deck as you cruise through Nova Scotia.
11Disembark in Portland, ME
After breakfast you disembark the Victory I, head to the airport or enjoy Portland!