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Date Interior Oceanview Balcony

9 Sep 17 £1929 £2049 £2369

20 Sep 17* £1849 £2129 £2479

29 Sep 17 £1929 £2049 £2879

*Itinerary operates in reverse with 1 night's post cruise stay in

New York


✥ Return flights from London Heathrow

Regional flights available at a supplement

✥ All transfers

✥ 1 Night's pre or post-cruise 4-star hotel stay

in New York

✥ 10 Nights' full-board cruise onboard

ms Zuiderdam

✥ All port taxes and port charges

Encounter living history, urban chic and rugged beauty on these enchanting ten-night luxury voyages along the East Coast

of the USA and Canada. Visit Boston, site of the famous Tea Party and one of America's oldest cities and the picturesque

coastal town of Bar Harbor, New England. Marvel at the dramatic beauty and unmistakable charms of Halifax and Sydney

in Nova Scotia. Enjoy spectacular scenic cruising along the Saint Lawrence River and the majestic Saguenay Fjords before

exploring the historic sites, cafes and boutiques of magnificent Quebec City with an overnight stay in port.

Day 1: Fly UK to New York: Fly from London Heathrow to

New York. Upon arrival transfer to a centrally located 4-star

hotel in Manhattan.

Day 2: Embark ms Zuiderdam, New York: Transfer from

your Manhattan hotel to New York cruise port and embark

ms Zuiderdam for your 10 night cruise.

Day 3: At Sea

Day 4: Boston, Massachusetts: There is no better way to

get a sense of the Revolutionary struggle that changed the

destiny of the United States than a stroll along Boston's

Freedom Trail. Along the way: Paul Revere House, Old

North Church, the Old State House and Faneuil Hall,

gathering place of the early revolutionaries.

Day 5: Bar Harbor, Maine, New England: Situated at the

foot of Cadillac Mountain on the south Coast of Main,

New England, lays the picturesque town of Bar Harbor. Eat

fresh lobster, or crab, walk the streets of town, relax on

the Village Green, climb Cadillac Mountain or visit Arcadia

National Park.

Day 6: Halifax, Nova Scotia: Located on one of the world's

great natural harbours, Halifax is adorned with landmarks

like the Citadel fortress, Pier 21 (Canada's Ellis Island), and

the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic.

Day 7: Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada: You can visit several

historic landmarks in Sydney that date back to the late

1700's, such as the colonial Cossit House and the Jost

House, which features an unusual beehive bake-oven. The

city's oldest Catholic Church, St. Patrick's, doubles as a

fascinating museum is also worth a visit.

Day 8: Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island: The

largest city on Prince Edward Island as well as its capital,

Charlottetown's Victorian architecture, abundance of

parks, and harbour side location makes it an idyllic stop.

Day 9: Cruising the Gulf of St. Lawrence: The largest

estuary in the world, the Gulf of Saint Lawrence fringes the

shores of half the provinces of Canada and is a gateway

to the interior of the entire North American continent.

Keep an eye out for whale, porpoise and seal sightings.

Day 10: Saguenay & scenic cruising Saguenay Fjord:

Gorgeous, green and Gallic, Saguenay is a charming village

that is the gateway to some of North America's most

stunning scenery. Majestic fjords, dramatic rocky capes and

picturesque hamlets all await.

Day 11: Quebec City, Quebec, Canada (overnight in port):

The singular image of the city is a hotel surrounded

by cannons. Built to evoke a mountain castle, Chateau

Frontenac sits atop a cape above the St. Lawrence River.

The hotel is part of the city's Old Town, a UNESCO World

Heritage Site, and with all the stone buildings and winding

streets, you'll think you're in Europe.

Day 12: Quebec City, Quebec, Canada - Disembark ms

Zuiderdam Fly UK: After breakfast onboard disembark and

transfer to Quebec airport for your overnight flight back

to the UK.


ms Zuiderdam • 12 Nights • September 2017 • Prices from £1849pp


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