1Embark in Montreal, QB
Settle into your stateroom before meeting your fellow cruisers at the Welcome Reception and dinner - house wines and cocktails included.
Want to spend more time in Montreal? Talk to our agents about a pre-cruise hotel and tour package!
2Quebec City, QB
Learn about the amazing history of the only walled community in North America. On the Plains of Abraham you'll learn about the invading English troops who took the upper city from French defenders. Visit Place Royale in the lower-town, to learn about the 1759 bombardment and fire ships! And no visit to Quebec City would be complete without seeing Montmorency Falls. There will be time in the afternoon for your own exploration of the port.
We're heading up the St Lawrence River, passing by the Saguenay River. Annually, 13 species of whales make their way upriver to this region. Watch for them feeding around the Saguenay Fjord and Tadoussac.
We'll be cruising out of the St. Lawrence River, to the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Locally known in English as Grindstone, Cap-au-Meules is an island village that is part of the 12-island Iles de la Madeleine archipelago in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Cap-aux-Meules is an important fishing port and ferry dock. Have your cameras ready, because the scenery is stunning!
Prince Edward Island is Canada's smallest province, but it's big on charm! Home to the Green Gables farmstead, you'll be transported thru space and time (via your imaginations, of course) to Anne's world, including Lovers' Lane, the haunted woods, and the white shores! You'll also take in the stunning beauty of the island along the North Shore and Cavendish Bay.
Transit the Canso Canal in Nova Scotia.
Halifax was settled by the British because of the amazing supply of cod in the harbor. Halifax's harbor is the second-largest ice-free harbor in the world.
From the port in Halifax, you'll be able to visit historic locations around Nova Scotia, including the maritime village of Peggy's Cove and the Halifax Museum of the Atlantic.
We'll cruise the Atlantic Ocean, past the Bay of Fundy.
Enjoy the historic fishing port of Portland! In the morning, you'll have the opportunity to drive through the Victorian Mansion district to Casco Bay and the beautiful Portland Head Light. In the afternoon, you can visit the shipbuilding region of Kennebunkport. There are many architecturally significant houses in the region as well, and a Franciscan Monastery.
The Gloucester and Boston region is so significant to the American Revolution. Boston has been witness to all the changes in the growth of America, having been founded in 1630. Aside from the history, Boston is also iconic for sports, art, entertainment and more. You won't run out of things to do here!
13Disembark in Boston, MA
After breakfast, you'll disembark.