Destination – New England & Canada


Ottawa at night

Experience views of New England and Canada in a new way – a cruise up the coastline. Venture into Montreal and experience French Canadian culture. Travel during the fall to discover the New England leaves in every color imaginable. Sail past romantic lighthouses as you head to an authentic lobster bake.

Interested in escaping for a few days ‘just to get away’? Embark in October of 2012 for a week on the Queen Mary 2 traveling round-trip from New York City. You could spend six nights and seven days aboard the Crystal Symphony traveling from Boston to Montreal, or vice versa.

Experience a luxury vacation by sailing up to eleven days from New York City to Montreal. With five different vessels to choose from, the possibility for an adventure is inevitable. Extend your vacation a few more days and sail from Montreal to Miami or Fort Lauderdale aboard the Seven Seas Navigator or Seabourn Sojourn respectively. If you’re interested in getting the full New England experience, travel aboard the Crystal Symphony for three weeks round-trip New York City to Montreal.

Spend time in Bar Harbor, Maine exploring the rugged coastline or Saint John, New Brunswick, the oldest of Canada’s cities. Enjoy a fresh clambake on the beach and try the world-famous dulse – the world-famous purple seaweed that’s been dried to a crunchy snack! Walk around Boston to experience “reflecting skyscrapers mirroring Colonial steeples, and expressways that zip around buildings whose hand-etched look recalls the scrimshaw era.”

Even a seasoned traveler will enjoy a trip up the Atlantic coast to enjoy the wonders of a New England fall. Be sure to pack a scarf and enjoy the experience of a lifetime!

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