Eastern Canada and New England Cruises and Ports of Call
Pictures from Atlantic Canada
Photos from New Brunswick and Quebec's Gaspe Peninsula. Pictures include the Bay of Fundy, Hopewell Rocks, Perce Rock, Bonaventure Island, Forillon Park, and the Great Gathering.
Atlantic Canada - New Brunswick
Eastern Canada and the Atlantic provinces are fascinating ports of call. The Bay of Fundy borders New Brunswick and its effects on the coastline are both curious and somewhat magical.
Ports of Call - Eastern Canada - Atlantic Provinces - Quebec
Have you ever looked carefully at a map of North America and seen that finger-shaped peninsula beckoning you? It's called the Gaspé Peninsula, and it sits at the mouth of the St. Lawrence River. This area of Quebec is a great add-on to a cruise vacation that ends in Montreal, and can be reached via car or train.
Cruise Reviews - New England and Atlantic Canada
Cruise reviews submitted by visitors to About Cruises of cruises to New England and Atlantic Canada.
Blount Small Ship Adventures
Small ship cruise line with a variety of cruise itineraries that include New England, the eastern coast of the United States, Atlantic Canada, and the Great Lakes.
American Cruise Line
This small ship line has cruises up and down the Atlantic coast during the spring, summer and fall of 2003 on the American Glory and the American Eagle.
Cruise to Canada and New Englands with Carnival Cruise Lines
Cunard offers cruises to New England and Atlantic Canada in the summer and fall
Holland America to New England and Atlantic Canada
HAL has September and October cruises embarking from New York, Boston, and Montreal. Trips are 7-10 days in length and include the St. Lawrence River, Atlantic Canada, and New England.
M/S Jacques-Cartier and M/V Le Draveur
M/S Jacques-Cartier and M/V Le Draveur cruises (Trois-Rivieres) offer you over 30 destinations and cruise themes on some of Quebec's most beautiful waterways. Private charters available.
Maine Windjammer Association
The 13 ships in the Maine Windjammer Association operate out of Camden, Rockport and Rockland, located in mid-coast Maine. For history buffs, most of these ships were built around the turn of the twentieth century.
Maine Windjammer Cruises
Weekend, three, four, or five-day cruises along the Maine coast. This windjammer line has three ships and has been sailing since 1936.
Norwegian Cruise Line
NCL has 7 to 11 day cruises from June through October to New England and Canada. Cruises embark from New York, Boston, or Montreal.
Princess Cruise Lines
Princess cruises to Canada and New England for the fall colors.
Royal Caribbean International Cruise Line
Royal Caribbean sails to New England and Atlantic Canada from several ports in the northeastern U.S.
Seabourn Cruise Line
The Seabourn Pride sails on 7 to 14 day cruises from New York and Quebec City in September and October.
Silversea Cruise Line
This upscale line has several fall cruises that include Atlantic Canada, New England and Colonial America.