Where history and natural beauty come alive
New England is the birthplace of America. During the late summer and fall, sailings along the New England and Eastern Canada Coasts become all the rage. New England is filled with rich history, cultural attractions, fascinating cities, scenic villages, and outdoor adventures at every turn. Discover white sand beaches, and lighthouses, brilliant fall foliage, expansive lakes, panoramic mountain views, and dockside restaurants with delicious seafood chowder, lobster, and blueberry pie.
Cruising Waters: North Atlantic Ocean
Cruising Region: New England - Northeastern region of the United States comprising the states of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island
Population: 1,44 Lakh approx.
Time Zone: Eastern Canada & New England follows, Eastern Daylight Time (GMT - 4)
Local Language: English is the official and widely spoken language here
Major Airports: New York, Quebec, Ft. Lauderdale
Currency: US Dollar & Canadian Dollar
Visa: USA Visa and Canada Visa
Best time to visit: The Canada/New England cruise season runs from July to October, with the greatest number of sailings between August and October to take advantage of the fall foliage. The summer months are ideal for families on break, whereas autumn is perfect for leaf-peeping and ships that are mostly kid-free. Peak foliage times run from late September to mid-October. The best time to see whales in the Bay of Fundy is between July and September. Seals can also be spotted off the coast of Prince Edward Island during the summer months.
Depending upon your itinerary, choose from 7 to 12-day Canada & New England cruises that sail roundtrip from New York, between New York and Québec City, or from Québec City and Ft. Lauderdale. We stop at the east coast’s most scenic ports, including calls in Port Saquenay, Gaspé, Charlottetown, Sydney, Halifax, Saint John, Bar Harbor, Boston, Newport and Charleston.