New England & Canadian Maritimes Cruise and Tour

From $2299 (was $2549)

Per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

14 Days
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New England & Canada Cruise Details

Explore New England and Coastal Canada's most famous and fascinating sites during the colorful Autumn season. Stunning natural beauty, vibrant history, and some of the world's best seafood are all waiting for you on this glorious New England and Canada cruise.

First, experience the best of Boston. Fall in love with New England's largest city on a memorable tour. Boston is rich with history and famous for its tough yet sophisticated culture. From there, travel to the playground of America's wealthiest Golden Age families-Newport, Rhode Island. Visit a Newport Mansion, then see Cape Cod and Rutland, Vermont. Drive through the spectacular Green Mountains to Montreal and Quebec City. Both of these French speaking Canadian cities feel distinctly European.

Board your cruise ship and set off for the Maritime Provinces! Prince Edward Island is a mecca for fans of Anne of Green Gables, while Nova Scotia is teeming with pirate history. Continue down the coast to Maine. Eat a lobster roll in Portland, and we recommend visiting Acadia National Park during your time in Bar Harbor. Your final stop is Boston, where you will disembark and head for home.

Tour Includes

2 Countries
  • USA
  • Canada
Sightseeing
  • Boston
  • Hyannis
  • Cape Cod
  • Newport
  • Rutland
  • Green Mountains
  • Montreal
  • Quebec City
  • Charlottetown
  • Sydney
  • Halifax
  • Portland
  • Bar Harbor
Cruise Accommodations
  • 7 Nights
  • Cruise aboard Norwegian Cruise Line's Pearl
Hotel Accommodations
  • 7 Nights
  • Moderate hotels based on twin/double occupancy
Meals
  • 3 Breakfasts on land portion
  • All meals onboard ship
Service
  • A professionally trained English-speaking local tour director who is knowledgeable of the area and will provide you with a wealth of information. Their friendly service will make your trip a memorable experience.
Baggage Handling
  • To and from your hotel room and cruise ship cabin throughout your tour for one piece of Checked Baggage per person.

Activity Level

Moderate Activity Level

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Tour Highlights

  • See Boston, Quebec City and Montreal on panoramic city tours
  • Stay on Cape Cod and tour one of Newport's famous mansions
  • Walk the same red sand beaches as Anne of Green Gables on Prince Edward Island
  • Witness the brilliant fall colors during foliage season on your coach tour through the Green Mountains

Free Balcony Upgrade and Free Beverage or Internet Package Set Sail Offers

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New England & Canadian Maritimes Cruise and Tour

Tours Starts: Boston, Massachusetts

Tours Ends: Boston, Massachusetts

Day 1

Arrive in Boston

Today you will arrive in Boston. Guests who have purchased their airline tickets through YMT will be greeted by a YMT representative and transferred to their hotel.

Embassy Suites Boston at Logan Airport or similar

Day 2

Boston and the Freedom Trail

Spend the day enjoying Boston, the epicenter of the Revolution and one of America’s most interesting and energetic cities. Enjoy a morning sightseeing tour of many of Boston’s best historic landmarks including the Paul Revere House and Boston Common. Break for a delicious lunch on your own at Quincy Market. Built in 1826, it is among the most famous places in Boston to grab a steaming bowl of chowda’ or a luscious slice of Boston Cream Pie. Spend some time strolling the Freedom Trail to appreciate Boston’s nickname, "The Walking City," or join us on an optional afternoon tour. (B)

Embassy Suites Boston at Logan Airport or similar

Day 3

Cape Cod via Newport

Newport, Rhode Island was the favorite summer playground of America’s most legendary tycoons and titans during the Gilded Age of the late 19th century. The Vanderbilts and Astors were among the wealthy families who summered in these opulent seaside “cottages.” Enjoy a Newport Mansion tour to start the day, then continue east to Cape Cod, known for its charming small towns, lighthouses, and wild cranberry bogs. (B)

Courtyard by Marriott Cape Cod Hyannis or similar

Day 4

Rutland

En route to Rutland, visit a Shaker Village; these living history museums provide insight to the “Shakers,” a centuries old religious community known for its unique style of music and furniture.

Comfort Inn - Trolley Square or similar

Day 5

Montreal via Green Mountains

Today is all about the glorious fall foliage colors! As we drive north across the border into Montreal, you will be inspired by the scenic drive through the Green Mountains. The highways and byways are ablaze with vibrant reds, oranges, yellows and greens. We will stop to admire the views at Lake Champlain, for lunch on your own, or you may choose to join us for an optional lunch cruise. (B)

Holiday Inn Laval or similar

OPTION: LAKE CHAMPLAIN LUNCH CRUISEOPTION: LAKE CHAMPLAIN LUNCH CRUISE:

Enjoy scenic narration views of the Adirondacks and Green Mountains, while enjoying lunch aboard the Spirit of Ethan Allen. $44 p/p. Please add this option at time of booking.






Day 6

Montreal and Quebec City

Wake up in Montreal, the world’s second-largest French speaking city. Enjoy a panoramic tour this morning, where you will see highlights including Mount Royal, imposing Notre Dame Cathedral, and Old Montreal with its cobblestone streets and charming shops.

Plaza Quebec Hotel or similar

Day 7

Quebec City and Cruise Embarkation (Departs at 4:00 PM)

Explore Quebec City, one of North America’s first settlements. Old Quebec’s ramparts are Canada’s last remaining fortified city walls, with sections dating back to at least the 1690s. Enjoy a panoramic city tour of Old Quebec, where you will see the Château Frontenac and the Plains of Abraham. After time for lunch on your own, you’ll board the Norwegian Cruise Line’s Pearl.

Day 8

At Sea

Day 9

Charlottetown (1:00 PM - 8:00 PM)

Opulent clapboard villas lead the way toward Charlottetown’s beautiful Victoria Park. Color is everywhere—from the Victorian architecture to the red sandstone cliffs. We encourage you to really relish your time on stunning Prince Edward Island. Sample scrumptious homemade island jams such as strawberry rhubarb and wild blueberry, visit the Anne of Green Gables homestead to pay homage to Canada’s favorite slate-cracking redhead, and stroll the boardwalk.

Day 10

Sydney, Nova Scotia(9:00 AM - 5:00 PM)

Located on Cape Breton Island, Sydney is surrounded by scenic beauty. Step back in time to 1744 by visiting the Fortress of Louisbourg as part of an optional shore excursion where you will learn about the vital relationship between France and the fledgling American Colonies.

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Day 11

Halifax (8:00 AM - 5:00 PM)

Nova Scotia’s exquisitely preserved capital city was founded in 1749; go back in time with a visit to The Citadel to see the Old Town Clock. Waterfront warehouses known as the Historic Properties harken back to Halifax’s bygone days as a trading hub for privateer ships commissioned by governments to pillage, steal and burn merchant vessels.

Day 12

Portland (11:00 AM - 8:00 PM)

Famous for its picture-perfect lighthouses, delightful historic district, world-class museums, and a thriving culinary and craft beer scene, Maine’s largest city is a definite contender for America’s coolest port town. The red brick buildings of the historic Old Port district house many of Portland’s best restaurants, where you can try everything from highly experimental fine dining, to humble pub grub, to the simple, perfect lobster roll—a beloved local specialty. Take a stroll along the waterfront to enjoy gorgeous views of Casco Bay, and ask anyone you see in bright orange overalls how the lobster pots are doing. Say hello to bigfoot and learn all about the Mongolian Death Worm at the International Cryptozoology Museum. Finally, Portland Headlight is always worth a stop. It’s Maine’s oldest operating lighthouse and one of our country’s prettiest.

Day 13

Bar Harbor (8:00 AM - 5:00 PM)

Bar Harbor has retained much of its charm from the glory days of the 1900s when it became a popular vacation destination for America’s richest and most powerful families. Look for Cadillac Mountain towering above the breathtaking forest and rugged shores of Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor’s next-door neighbor.

Day 14

Disembarkation in Boston & Depart for Home


Note: This tour crosses into Canada and does require that guests obtain a passport.


Please note that this is a proposed itinerary; the actual itinerary may vary due to season, special events, or weather. Hotels may differ depending on date. Because our tour arrangements are often made a year or more in advance, YMT Vacations reserves the right to alter the itinerary. Itinerary changes are made to improve your vacation experience, as well as respond to any unforeseen circumstances that mandate alterations. By their nature, all tour vacations involve a certain level of physical activity. While YMT tours have been designed with our guests in mind and are not physically demanding, this tour does include walking and periods of standing during the sightseeing visits. You will also encounter steps and some uneven ground along the way, particularly at older, historical sights. Please ask your Travel Consultant for more information.


YMT Vacations itineraries may contain suggestions for activities for your leisure time; these suggestions do not constitute a recommendation nor an endorsement of any specific service provider and the decision to participate in any such activities should be made independently.

Inside Cabin

These Inside Staterooms are the most affordable way to cruise. There's room for up to four guests and they include two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and of course, you'll have room service and many other amenities.

Porthole Cabin

A Sailaway Oceanview stateroom guarantees an Oceanview stateroom or better! Please note that the view may be fully obstructed, partially obstructed, porthole or picture window. Your stateroom may be on any deck and assigned up to one day prior to embarkation.

Balcony Cabin

A Sailaway Balcony stateroom guarantees a Balcony stateroom or better! Please note that the view from your balcony may be fully obstructed or partially obstructed. Your stateroom may be on any deck and assigned up to one day prior to embarkation.

Norwegian Pearl's Deck Plans

Click here to view Pearl's deck plans on the Norwegian Cruise Line website. Content that you may read on NCL's website may not be applicable to your tour, please speak with a YMT Travel Consultant for clarification.




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