Cruise from New York to New England and CanadaSail the high seas from New York to port of calls up the East Coast of North America to New England and into Canada. There are cruise excursions ranging in length from 4 to 14 days with varied port of calls. The adventure and romance of sailing aboard a luxury ocean liner offers opportunities in varied areas of interest. Cruising on a virtual floating luxury resort is an experience in relaxation and panoramic views of breathtaking scenery. Whether your interests are that of a North American history buff, a lover View of Niagara Falls and Maid of the
Port of Calls North to New EnglandThe available cruises offer port of calls such as Newport, Rhode Island which is known not only for its rich pre-civil war history, but for its million dollar summer homes. Boston, Massachusetts is one of America's most historic cities and visiting the Freedom Trail is a must. Portland, Maine is a thriving waterfront community very rich in sailing, kayaking, snorkeling, fishing and nature hiking opportunities. Sydney, Nova Scotia offers a fantastic beach, boardwalk and many summer festivals and cultural events.
Port of Calls up the Saguenay River to QuebecThe Saguenay River flows into the St. Lawrence River at Tadoussac, which is north of Quebec City. The mountain foliage and forests are unforgettable scenery. The crystal clear View of the Permaquid Point Lighthouse in Maine water and immense landscape makes for a completely different type of experience from cruising the open sea. The old town of Quebec, which is the only walled city in North America, abounds with boutiques, museums, galleries and sidewalk cafes. The restored old Montreal City is a heaven for boutique shoppers. Participate in a mass at the grand Basilique Notre-Dame-De-Montreal's cathedral with its 228-foot twin towers which house North America's biggest bell and an organ with more than 7,000 pipes. A horse-drawn carriage ride through Parc du Mont-Roya, a 500 acre forest and garden, which was designed by New York's
The Queen Mary 2 of the Cunard Lines Cruises North to CanadaThe Queen Mary 2 is an ocean liner with all the glitz and glamour from an era of a day gone by. This is the ultimate of cruise line travel with luxury fit for a queen. There are 12 passenger decks, a grand ballroom, full-circle promenade deck, full service spa, full-scale planetarium and casino. The Queen Mary 2 was launched in 2004, has a capacity of 2,620, a crew of 1,253 and offers non smoking dining on Wedgewood china.
Carnival Cruise Lines Sail to New England and CanadaThe Triumph and Victory Ocean liners offer cruises north to New England and Canada. The Triumph Liner is approximately 893 feet long, which is over 3 football friends in length. There are 4 swimming pools, 7 whirlpools and a 214-foot spiral water slide. Dining is offered in different venues - bistro-style in the South Beach Club or formal attire in the London or Paris Dining Rooms. There are 519 inside accommodations, 802 outside rooms, 3 restaurants, 18 elevators and the ship employs 1100 crew members. From disco to big band sounds, broadway style shows and entertainment to entice the most experienced traveler. The Victory has a 9-story atrium with a stained-glass ceiling in the Seven Seas Lobby. The Victory is a first-class resort with 4 swimming pools, 7 whirlpools, a 214-foot spiral waterslide, a full service spa and health club and offers unprecedented dining varieties from fresh lobster to made-to-order pizza.
Sail the Regal Princess with Picasso, Van Gogh and Andy WarholThe Regal Princess Cruise Liner has a capacity of 1,590, a crew of 630 and is 811 feet in length. She has 7 passenger decks, 178 inside rooms, 620 outside rooms, 3 restaurants, 2 swimming pools, 4 whirlpools, a swim-up pool bar, 9 elevators and non-smoking dining. The million-dollar, museum-class contemporary art collection displayed on board only accents the regal design and decor of this grand luxury liner. The Regal Princess is indeed a luxury resort.
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