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Canada & New England Cruises

Discover american history & natural beauty.

Best Canada & New England Itineraries

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The pages of history and stunning natural beauty blend seamlessly as you cruise to Canada & New England to see the color-drenched shores with Princess. Visit the iconic lighthouse at Peggy's Cove in Halifax, return to the Gilded Age in Newport and stroll down Boston's historic Freedom Trail. On board New England cruises, you'll dine like a New Englander on succulent crab cakes and lobster as the allure of the northern seaboard embraces you.

Canada & New England

Discover the beauty of Canada and New England with a variety of itineraries to choose from in both summer and fall. See New England's most scenic coastlines, taste Maine’s famous lobster, and visit some of the most iconic lighthouses. Explore Cape Breton Island (Sydney) or enjoy an overnight in Quebec City. The options are endless on cruises to Canada & New England with Princess. 

American Heritage

Calling all history buffs - follow the Founding Fathers' footsteps around the historic Virginia triangle and visit Jamestown and Colonial Williamsburg on excursions through Norfolk. This unique itinerary sails from New York in the summer and visits popular ports where history was made. Explore the Freedom Trail in Boston, Fort Sumter in Charleston and more to gain a deeper understanding of what shaped America.

Remote, vibrant and rich, Greenland is unlike anywhere else. Cruises to Greenland — the world's largest island — offer views of scenic fjords in Qaqortoq, storybook cottage sightings in Nuuk and strolls through the colorful fields of Nanortalik. Explore Greenland's quaint and unique beauty, and experience its indigenous culture with Princess, the cruise line that visits the most ports in Greenland. 

Canada & New England cruisetours

Explore more of Canada & New England, before or after your cruise, with a cruisetour vacation. Stay overnight in historic towns such as Williamsburg and Gettysburg, or spend time enjoying the stunning Niagara Falls and Montreal, to savor all of Canada & New England’s beauty.

Why Cruise Canada & New England?

See the charm & history of Canada & New England

Cruise from New York, New York

Discover the City of New York

A leading global metropolitan city, New York City influences the world’s commerce, finance, culture, fashion and entertainment. Sail roundtrip from the city that never sleeps and discover world-famous landmarks like the New York Stock Exchange or Statue of Liberty. Explore iconic neighborhoods, and see the city through the eyes of the locals.

Cruise from Québec City, Québec

Enjoy Quebec City

Feel like you’ve traveled to France without leaving North America. Duck into a café for wine and brie, and explore the architecture of Old Québec, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy the beautiful Quebéc City before you set sail on a 10-14 day Canada & New England cruise . 

Cruise from Boston, Massachusetts

Explore the charms of New England

Discover the historic and cultural treasures and the quaint New England charm Boston has to offer. A city known for attracting history buffs, academics, sports fanatics and beer drinkers is now also calling foodies, outdoor enthusiasts, music lovers and cultural travelers to experience its beauty before embarking on a Canada & New England cruise.

Cruise to iconic rocky coastlines

Cruise Eastern Canada and discover a decidedly French influence, from the idyllic coastal villages of Nova Scotia to the Rue St. Louis in Québec City. See the best-known sights, such as the lighthouse at Peggy's Cove in Halifax or the churches of Saint John.

Revisit history from Colonial times

Cruise New England and discover America's roots along its rocky coastline. Visit historic cities like Philadelphia, home of the Liberty Bell, the house where Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, as well as the great melting pot of New York City.

Savor fresh regional seafood

The quaint New England of earlier times is alive and well in charming port cities, like Portland and Newport. Grab a bowl of clam chowder or a lobster roll, or enjoy fresh Maine blueberries.

Abundant adventures ashore

Step back in time to the Gilded Age in Newport. For Anne of Green Gables fans, Charlottetown is a reader’s paradise. Make a day of it in Québec City, as you roam the narrow cobbled lanes and venture into Chateau Frontenac - a National Historical Site. And on itineraries with More Ashore Late Night calls, we stay until at least 9 p.m. in port so you can also experience some of the fabulous nightlife.

Canada & New England Cruisetour Vacations

5 to 7-day land tour for Canada & New England

Historic America cruisetour

Immerse yourself in America’s roots as you tour the nation’s capital, interact with early settlers at a living history museum, visit Independence Hall in Philadelphia, and stand on the same soil as Thomas Jefferson at his Monticello estate, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Enjoy a Canadian cruise into the thunderous mist of Niagara Falls then visit Canada’s historic UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Old Québec, the only walled city in North America, and Rideau Canal, built after the War of 1812 to help protect Canada from U.S. military attack.

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Read about Celtic influences in Sydney, the French in Quebec, colonial history in Charleston and more.

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Boston Shore Excursions: History and Baseball

Book a Canada and New England cruise from Princess Cruises and explore Boston, Massachusetts. Boston shore excursions feature Fenway Park tours and more.

Halifax Shore Excursions: Explore the History of Nova Scotia

Explore one of Canada's most historical cities during Halifax shore excursions from Princess Cruises. There's so much to see on Nova Scotia shore excursions.

Newport Shore Excursions: A Day In Port

Consider these Newport shore excursions on your New England cruise with Princess. Enjoy your day in Newport to the fullest with these shore excursions.

Nova Scotia Cuisine: 5 Local Foods to Savor

Take advantage of your time in port by sampling delicious Nova Scotia cuisine. See our recommendations for Nova Scotia local food and top restaurants today.

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Lighthouse in Canada

THE GREAT WHITE NORTH

Canada cruises.

Charming cities, mesmerizing mountains and lucid lakes await in Canada.

Canada is the land of glacial-fed lakes, incredible coastlines, French-speaking cities and friendly locals. Nicknamed the Great White North, the world's second-largest country is full of colonial and indigenous history. Cruise to Canada to step into 17th-century Notre Dame Cathedral in Montreal, and wander the European-styled Old Town in Quebec City. Venture out of the urban centers and explore the country's wild terrain: Traverse 80 miles of trails in St. John's, Newfoundland. Mountain-bike up Bear Mountain in Victoria, British Columbia. Or go zip-lining in the Coast Mountains outside Vancouver.

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Charming cities, mesmerizing mountains and lucid lakes await in Canada

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Mountain and Nature in Canada

The Call of the Wild

Only 10 percent of Canada is urbanized, which means there are endless rural and remote escapes and travel adventures to experience across the country. Whether you're a winter sports enthusiast, an avid hiker or admirer of nature's beauty, you're sure to find an adventure fit for you.  

Grouse Mountain in Vancouver, British Columbia

Hit the Powder

Vancouver is also home to several ski mountains, including Cypress and Grouse Mountain, both of which make for a doable day trip. In the country's east, Quebec City is not far from Stoneham Mountain Resort and Mont Tremblant.

Orca Jumping Over the Water

A Whale of a Good Time

On both Canada's east and west shores, the whale watching is world-class. Head to Nanaimo, British Columbia, and sight orcas and humpbacks off Vancouver Island. Or check out the Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park is Saguenay, Quebec, where belugas live year-round and other whales travel to come feed each season from May to October.

Kayaking in La Mauricie National Park in Canada

Play in the Parks

Canada is home to 40 national parks, as well as over 1,000 provincial and territorial parks. Head to La Mauricie National Park outside Quebec City to go kayaking on its forest-surrounded lakes, and hike past dunes and marshes in Prince Edward Island National Park. The fall foliage is especially spectacular in these places.

Colorful Houses in St.Johns Harbor, Canada

Connect With the Culture

Besides being a haven for outdoor adventures and activities, there are many urban epicenters in Canada that will immediately captivate you. Transport yourself to French colonial times in Quebec's Old City, and feel the pulse of life in modern metropolises like Montreal and Vancouver during your vacation.  

City Houses and Frontenac Castle in Canada

Feel French

Test your high school French in Quebec, where you'll find European-inspired architecture and French treats galore. Visit Canada and soak in the fairytale vibe of Chateau Frontenac, or pick up a buttery, flaky almond croissant for fuel as you stroll past the Parliament Building and other sights on the oldest streets in North America.

Anthropology Museum at the University of British Columbia

Press Play on the Past

Learn more about Canada's natural and anthropological history at places like the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver, the Maritime Museum of British Columbia and Montreal's Maison Saint-Gabriel Museum, a humble farmhouse that recreates daily life circa 1658.

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Quirky and Cultural

Canada's West Coast urban center, Vancouver is full of unusual to-do's. Walk above the treetops on the thrilling Capilano Suspension Bridge. Marvel at the brightly painted totem poles in Stanley Park. See the Gastown Steam Clock, which puts on a show of steam and whistles chimes every quarter-hour.

Bridge in Vancouver

CHART YOUR COURSE TO AUTUMN ADVENTURE AND GRAND GLACIERS

EBe charmed by Canada's cities, where you can spend a day brunching and skiing in Vancouver or marveling at the French-inspired cities of Montreal and Quebec on the East Coast.s.

Beautiful Mountain View in the National Park, Icy Strait Point, Alaska

Westward Winds

Start in Seattle and visit Victoria , British Columbia's historic capital city. Alternatively, cruise from Vancouver up the Inside Passage to Alaska and extend your week-long cruise to see more of Vancouver.

The Louisbourg Lighthouse during a Beautiful Day, Sydney, Nova Scotia

Canada & New England

Northeast cruises in Canada usually include New England adventures as well. See the quiet maritime provinces of Nova Scotia , New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island , and explore their windswept coastlines. Cruise from New York to explore the Northeast landscape.

WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO Can't Miss Canada

There's never a bad time to cruise to Canada. Autumn is highly regarded as one of the best times to visit Canada's eastern coastline, when fall foliage transforms the maritimes and New England. Summertime in Canada also brings the best weather to the Pacific Northwest, where the temperatures stay much cooler than they do further south. Although both French and English are the official languages of Canada, French is the dominant language in Quebec Province. However, most Quebec locals know English and are happy to communicate in the language, especially in tourist areas.

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Like its southern neighbor, tipping is customary in Canada, and a 15 to 20 percent tip is expected at restaurants.

Canada uses both metric and imperial systems, but the weather is in Celsius, and speed limit signs are in kilometers per hour.

You'll find that some establishments across the country accept the United States dollar as well.

FOR FOODIE'S Bon Appetit

With both British and French influences, Canadian cuisine is known for its heartiness and generous portions. You'll also find an emphasis on top-notch ingredients, from the cold-water salmon of Vancouver to the wild berries and oysters of the East Coast.

Typical Poutine Canada

Pile on the Poutine

Known as Canada's national dish, poutine is a delightfully indulgent French-Canadian dish found from coast-to-coast that includes three ingredients: fries, cheese curds and gravy. What more do you need, really?

Montreal Style Bagels

Royal Delicacies

Montreal cuisine isn't just about recreating French classics, of course. The city has its own specialties, including Montreal-style bagels — thinner and crunchier than their American counterparts — and smoked meats and fish, such as bacon or salmon.

Authentic Canadian Dessert, Nanaimo Bars

Sweet Treats

Canadians love their sweets. Try the no-bake Nanaimo Bar, which originated in Vancouver Island's Nanaimo. Don't miss the butter tarts, small pie-shaped pastries topped with raisins and walnuts or pecans. Or go in for a BeaverTail, a deep-fried, hand-stretched dough often topped with sugar and cinnamon or lemon.

Related Ports

Experience the world's highest tides in Saint John. Learn more about Canada's maritime and colonial history in Halifax. Savor both the sand and snow in Vancouver. And visit Victoria, Canada's prettiest provincial capital.

Stanley Park Urban Greenspace, Vancouver, British Columbia

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Parliament Garden, Victoria British Columbia

Victoria, British Columbia

Bar Harbor, Maine Lush Landscape at Acadia National Park

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Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island Red And White Lighthouse

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Gros Morne National Park, Corner Brook, Newfoundland

Corner Brook, Newfoundland

Mcnabs Island Lighthouse, Halifax, Nova Scotia

Halifax, Nova Scotia

Quebec City, Quebec, City And Chateau Frontenac

Quebec City, Quebec

Saint John, New Brunswick, Reversing Falls

Saint John (Bay of Fundy), New Brunswick

St. John's, Newfoundland, Aerial View

St. John's, Newfoundland

The Louisbourg Lighthouse during a Beautiful Day, Sydney, Nova Scotia

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Nanaimo, British Columbia, Rocky Coastline

Nanaimo, British Columbia

Montreal, Quebec Cobbled Streets

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The 10 Best Cruises in Canada

The 10 Best Cruises in Canada

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Ready to embark on a new adventure, eh? Well you’re in luck, ’cause we’ve sailed the cyber seas to bring you the absolute best of the best when it comes to cruising in Canada.

Whether you’re all about that luxurious, indulgent voyage or you’re a family seeking a getaway with fun for all ages, we got you covered with our list of the best cruises in Canada. Read on!

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Website: www.vikingcruises.com  

Contact details: +1-888-488-0592

Price range: CAD $4,000 – $15,000 per person

You might ask, why is Viking Ocean Cruises considered the crème de la crème of Canadian cruises? 

Well, from the elegant staterooms to the world-class service and top-notch food and entertainment, Viking aims to ensure your journey is nothing short of a dream voyage. They excel at providing travellers with a laid-back, luxurious atmosphere where one can truly unwind.

If we’re talking about top-shelf all-inclusive packages, they take it a notch higher with complimentary meals (including in-room dining!), unlimited Wi-Fi , and access to their stunning Scandinavian spa.

Moreover, you shift from being a ‘tourist’ to a ‘traveller’ with their immersive experiences. With Viking, you get more time at the port, giving you ample time to delve into the local culture and landscape.

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Website: https://www.seabourn.com/en_US/cruise-destinations/canada-new-england.html   

Contact details: 1-800-442-4448

Price range: CAD $6,000 – $20,000 per person

Seabourn is known for its intimate, elegant ships and outstanding service that makes you feel like cruise royalty. Their all-suite accommodations come with stunning ocean views, and there’s even a personal stewardess service.

Its cruises around Canada don’t just follow the mundane voyage route. They take you through the magnificent Saguenay Fjord and the quaint, French-speaking city of Quebec.

Now mix all these experiences with gourmet dining and world-class entertainment onboard, and you’ve got yourself a cruise line that is as Canadian as maple syrup.

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Website: www.azamara.com  

Contact details: +1-855-292-6272

Price range: CAD $3,000 – $15,000 per person

Azamara is perfect for those of you who want to spend longer hours at the ports and explore every nook and cranny. This cruise is dedicated to providing destination immersion experiences.

The cruise ship’s boutique-style feel makes it feel more like floating hotels, offering all the bells and whistles without overwhelming size. You’ve got plush accommodations, a plethora of dining options, and a range of enrichment activities and entertainment options.

But what makes Azamara really stand out is their focus on ‘well-being’. With onboard spas and wellness programs, you won’t have to abandon your fitness routine while you vacation!

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Website: www.disneycruise.disney.go.com  

Contact details: +1-800-951-3532

Price range: CAD $2,000 – $8,000 per person

Now, when you think Disney, you think ‘family-friendly’, eh? And, hey, they absolutely nail it. From meet-and-greets with beloved Disney characters to Broadway-style shows and themed deck parties, there’s always an avalanche of fun for the kids.

But don’t fret, adults; Disney thinks about you too! There are a plethora of adult-exclusive spots onboard, like lounges, restaurants, and even a secluded adult-only pool.

The seamless blend of ‘fun for all’ entertainment and top-tier services makes Disney Cruise a real winner. 

Plus, their thematic touches, such as Mickey-shaped waffles and fireworks at sea (the first and only cruise line to do that!), make every voyage a magical experience.

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Website:  www.virginvoyages.com  

Contact details: +1-954-488-2955

Price range: CAD $1,500 – $7,500 per person

Virgin Voyages quite literally ‘bucks the trend’ of conventional cruising. They’ve shaken off the rigid schedules and have opted for a ‘do it your way’ style.

Reminiscent of floating cosmopolitan cities, there’s everything from tattoo parlours to swanky nightclubs. Fitness buffs: they’ve got state-of-the-art gyms, yoga spaces, and even boxing rings!

Virgin also offers more than 20 eateries (all included in your fare!).

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Website: www.celebritycruises.com  

Contact details: +1-800-647-2251

Price range: CAD $2,000 – $10,000 per person

Often termed modern luxury,’ Celebrity Cruises provides a sweet balance between style and substance. Their ships are simple stunners—they’ve got real grass lawns, folks!

Match that with an elegant modern design, world-renowned dining (did I hear a Michelin-starred chef?), and the coolest extras like the Magic Carpet, a movable deck that transforms into different venues at different levels.

Circling mainly around the Caribbean, they also offer thrilling shore excursions that take you deep into the heart of the local culture.

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Website:  www.princess.com  

Contact details: +1-800-774-6237

Price range: CAD $1,000 – $5,000 per person

Princess Cruises ticks all those boxes on your ‘sea adventure checklist. What makes this cruise a darling among cruisers is their unique ‘Medallion Class Experience’.

With a wearable device (fancily called the Ocean Medallion), you can unlock your stateroom, locate your travel buddies, or even bet on a poker game with a simple tap—how techie cool is that?

Their Canada and New England cruise is a hit, with scenic sailing through Saguenay Fjord and charming Charlottetown offering a range of immersive experiences.

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Website: www.carnival.com  

Contact details: +1-800-227-6482

Price range: CAD $500 – $3,000 per person

Affectionately known as the ‘Fun Ships,’ Carnival’s got this whole cruising thing down to an art. These guys know how to have a good time, with jam-packed activities from dawn until dusk.

Got kids? They’ll love the dedicated kids’ programs and waterpark.

And for you? Let’s just say this: if non-stop parties, comedy shows, live music, water slides, and top-deck movie nights sound like your kind of ride, Carnival’s the way to go.

When you want some downtime, you can just snuggle in the plush staterooms or pamper yourself in the Cloud 9 Spa. Talk about having it all, eh?

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Website: www.royalcaribbean.com  

Contact details: +1-800-256-6649

Price range: CAD $700 – $4,000 per person

A favourite among many cruisers, Royal Caribbean has everything—global destinations, high-tech vessels, and signature offerings that redefine ‘fantastic.’ Ever thought of skydiving or bumper cars on a cruise? Yep, they have those!

Apart from daring activities, you have Broadway at sea, Dreamworks characters for the kids, and tranquil spas for a blissful escape.

And if you’re big on accommodations, know this: they’ve got it all, from inside staterooms to multi-level loft suites. As they like to put it, they’re not just a cruise line; they’re the ‘Nation of Why Not,’ where anything is possible and the sky’s the limit!

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Website: www.tourradar.com  

Contact details: +1-800-935-2620

Price range: CAD $1,500 – $10,000 per person

If bespoke itineraries and flexibility sound like your idea of perfection, get on board. With TourRadar, you can pick and choose your journey, whether you wish to see the Northern Lights dance in the sky or dock in quaint ports in the Maritimes.

Their cruises offer both comfort and a personalised touch. Plus, their commitment to small groups means you won’t ever have to worry about the crowd.

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