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Canada & New England


Canada & New England cruises offer a sophisticated holiday to an upmarket part of the

world where genuine hospitality goes hand in hand with beautiful scenery. Traditionally

Canada & New England cruises usually operate within a very small cruising season

between September to October when the foliage turns an incredible array of colours

in the Autumn. Many cruises depart from either New York, Boston or Quebec and offer

the opportunity to combine a city break with your cruise.

There are a limited number of no

flying cruises to Canada & New

England sailing from Southampton

with Cunard Queen Mary 2 or with

P&O. Our Niagara Falls stay and fly

cruise holidays on Cunard Queen

Mary 2 offer the opportunity to

fly one way and cruise home with

prices starting from just £1059pp.

Or perhaps choose our Norwegian

Breakaway offer combining Niagara

Falls with a beach cruise to Bermuda

or the Bahamas. You can pick any

season throughout the year to visit

Niagara Falls; try the relatively short

budding season of spring, the grape

harvest and glorious hot sunshine

of summer, the amazing colours of

the autumn or the frosty freshness

of Winter.

Our Norwegian Gem offer gives you

a taste of Canada & New England

with a seven night cruise to Nova

Scotia and back together with an

autumn express train tour to the

big three cities of East Coast USA -

New York, Boston and Washington

DC. Have a look at our Celebrity

Summit offer from New York for the

Autumn cruise experience including

Boston, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward

Island and overnight in Quebec City

with 17 night prices starting from

only £1849pp. Quebec is reached

via the St Lawrence River which

flows from the Gulf of St Lawrence

around the New Brunswick cape for

approximately 150 Miles to Quebec

City then continues on past Montreal

into Lake Ontario.





to 400 year old Harvard University,

the Boston Tea Party, Cheers and

Ally Mc Beal ! The central area of

Boston is called Back Bay where you

will find the Copley Plaza shopping

area, Boston Common, Faneuil

Hall Market place and Beacon Hill.

Beacon Hill runs along the north

edge of Boston Common and is

home to the original pub called

Cheers. Faneuil Hall Market place

is in between Boston Common and

the River separating it from Logan

International Airport. Faneuil Hall

Market place is the bustling centre of

Boston with lots of shops, bars and

restaurants including the famous Irish

pubs. Also in this area you will find

The 18th Century Schooner Liberty

used in the uprising against the

British, The Boston Aquarium and

the site of the original Boston Tea

Party which triggered the American

War of Independence. The best

way to the learn the most about

this historic centre of the USA is to

follow the two and a half mile long

Freedom Trail. This was the very

route that Paul Revere took to warn

of the British invasion of the city.


ISLAND: The home of palatial

mansions, incredible scenery,

colonial streets and inviting

vineyards. Visit 10 Mile Drive to

gain a quick flavour and have a look

at the Gothic Church of St Mary's

where JFK and Jacqui Onassis were

married. For a more relaxing and

tranquil visit lagoon -like

Gooseberry Beach.


The Ultimate Autumn Holiday!

The Fall

Peggys Cove, Halifax

Chateau Frontenac, Quebec


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