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Claim your slice of paradise with balcony views just outside your door.
Savor the seaside and snapshots of landscapes from shore to shore.
Interior staterooms include a wide array of amenities for your whole family to enjoy.
New England's quintessential charm lines its streets — literally. Each of the six states that comprise the region is unique, but New England's shared history can be felt in both its small towns and its bustling cities. Cruise to New England and wind your way through cobblestone streets dotted with antique lampposts and colonial homes. Take a trip to Maine and hike your way through Acadia National Park, known for its stunning granite cliffs and rocky beaches along the Atlantic coastline. Then make your way further south to the old seaside town of Portland, a haven for artists, foodies and water lovers alike. Walk the Freedom Trail in Boston to learn about the American Revolution in the very places it began.
1 Baltimore, Maryland
3 Boston, Massachusetts
4 Portland, Maine
5 Saint John, New Brunswick
6 Saint John, New Brunswick
7 Halifax, Nova Scotia
10 Baltimore, Maryland
These are highlights of the cities you'll be visiting. Shore excursions are available for these sights as well as many others at an additional cost.
Many of Baltimore's attractions are concentrated around the Inner Harbor, the original, rehabilitated seaport. Nearby are Federal Hill, a historic neighborhood, and Mount Vernon, the city's cultural center and home to top museums. Time to explore may be limited due to flight schedules. Consider a pre or post-night to fully enjoy this port. Call us for pricing ~ 1-800-423-0247
In the United States’ oldest city, colonial heritage is the backdrop for an inviting mix of culture and lively street life. See where Revolutionary history took place on a walking or trolley tour along Boston's Freedom Trail.
Portland's heart is the lively Old Port of narrow cobblestone streets and restored brick warehouses filled with shops, restaurants, cafes and bars. The district has a working waterfront, too, where fishermen haul in the day's catch.
Although famous for the Reversing Rapids at the Bay of Fundy, Saint John is also home to splendid Victorian architecture, quaint shops and a vibrant arts scene. It is also a gateway to New Brunswick’s scenic villages and seascapes.
Halifax was long defined by naval operations. The 18th-century Citadel still stands guard, but today overlooks a thriving city whose restored waterfront features historic architecture, shops, museums, bars, restaurants and more.
An initial deposit of $350 per person double occupancy or $700 per person single occupancy is required in order to secure reservations and assign cabins. Final balance is due approximately 4 months prior to cruise departure. These are the best rates around! Those who book early get the best prices and the best cabin locations.
Includes coverage for pre-existing conditions if purchased at time of deposit. Please see link for full description of benefits.
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