Discover Canada & New England with a Coastal Cruise
Two fantastic countries sharing one scenic and exciting coastline
The allure of cruising the Atlantic coast visiting the charming seaside towns that dot the shores of Canada and New England cannot be denied and the popularity of these outstanding cruise packages are as enduring as they are popular. Combining cruising in the Atlantic Ocean and along the St. Lawrence River, there are few itineraries that compare to the wonderful and serene Canada and New England coastal journeys that are offered by Holland America.
Experience the Coast on a Luxury Cruise
Experience spring, summer and fall on the coast departing from incredible port cities that include Quebec City, Montreal, Boston and New York while you cruise in style and comfort on incredible itineraries that last from just a few days to over a week.
Canada and New England: Quaint Coastal Towns and Vibrant Cities
Quaint seaside towns and exciting coastal cities provide incredible diversity on your journey. From verdant green fields in Nova Scotia, UNESCO World Heritage Sites in New Brunswick and Quebec City, to the bustling modern metropolises of Boston and New York, you’ll find a lifetime of memories await you at every port of call. Experience the old world European splendour, chic shopping and world-class restaurants in Canada’s Quebec City or immerse yourself in the historical patriotism of American independence in Boston and the explore locales where the Minutemen fought off the redcoats. Regardless of whether you’re a history buff, enjoy boutique and high-end shopping, take joy in trying local cuisines and dining options or all of the above; the Canada and New England offers are the perfect way to explore and envelope yourself in history and culture and discover two unique countries.
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