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Luxury New England and Canada

Experience the glorious colours of New England and Canada in the fall on this exclusive luxury cruise holiday from New York to Montreal. This cruise is combined with a 3-night New York hotel stay with a complimentary New York pass giving access to over 90 attractions and an overnight stay in Montreal, plus return flights from the UK and private overseas transfers

Fly Cruise
13 nights

Luxury Holiday
Lighthouse, Newport
New York
Gaspe Peninsula
Saguenay Fjord
Quebec City

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Join 490-passenger Seven Seas Navigator on this luxury, all-inclusive cruise from New York to Montreal in the fall. As Seven Seas Navigator cruises out of New York, we've added on a 3-night New York pre-cruise hotel stay and a complimentary New York Pass giving access to over 90 attractions including the Empire State Building, 9/11 Memorial Museum and the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Immigration Museum. This exclusive package also includes a post-cruise stay in Montreal and all overseas private transfers.

Seven Sea Navigator cruises along the coast of New England and Canada in the fall, the best time of year to visit as the coastal scenery is filled with spectacular displays of autumn colours. This all-inclusive cruise over 50 complimentary shore excursions so you can tailor your experience, complimentary unlimited drinks on board including fine wines and spirits, speciality dining, Wi-Fi and pre-paid gratuities.

After setting off from New York, the first port of call is Newport, Rhode Island, once a summer playground for the rich and famous. Visit Boston which has been the intellectual capital of America for over 350 years and step into the past discovering some of the most interesting chapters in US history. Bar Harbor is gateway to the Acadia National Park, a magnificent landscape of towering coastal mountains and coves, lakes and streams. Visit Halifax in Nova Scotia and picturesque Saguenay, the perfect place to go whale watching. Before reaching Montreal, the final stop is Quebec, a great historic city with a profoundly French culture.

Conclude with an overnight stay in Montreal. As most flights back to the UK are usually in the evening, there will be plenty of time to explore the highlights of this city at leisure. Perhaps take a horse-drawn carriage ride or walk through the Jardin Botanique, one of the largest Chinese gardens in the area.

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New York to Montreal

Day 1 - New York

Embark Seven Seas Navigator and enjoy superb views of the city's skyline as you depart New York Harbour.

Day 2 - Newport

Newport was once America's summer playground for the rich and famous. See the impressive mansions fashioned on Europe's grand houses on a scenic drive through the city; enjoy a harbour cruise to Rose Island and tour its fully restored lighthouse; or join the guided stroll through Newport's National Registered Historic Landmarks District to see the restored colonial homes.

Day 3 - Cape Cod Canal Transit

Transit the Cape Cod Canal en-route to Boston, famous for the revolutionary Boston 'Tea Party'.

Day 4 - Boston

There are a variety of ways to see the sights, including an Old Town Trolley tour through the city and a walking tour of Harvard University accompanied by a student guide.

Day 5 - Bar Harbor

Bar Harbor has been a resort town since the 19th century, and is the gateway to Acadia National Park. The city was once known as the summer haven of the rich and famous. Explore the magnificent landscape of Acadia National Park in a horse-drawn carriage, enjoy an invigorating hike along the beautiful Ocean Trail or learn about the world of lobster fishermen.

Day 6 - Saint John (Canada)

Saint John is home to the magnificent Carleton Martello Tower, completed in 1815. Excursions include a beer tasting at the famous Moosehead brewery followed by a visit to Wolastoq Park to see the spectacular Reversing Rapids; a tour of the Bay of Fundy with a professional photographer who will share their tips and techniques; and a foodies tour through downtown Saint John to sample local specialties.

Day 8 - Halifax

Halifax is Nova Scotia's beautiful capital and the most Scottish city in Canada. There is a mix of old and new architecture and a lively downtown area. Explore the city on a British double decker bus, enjoy a drive to the famous Peggy's Cove for stunning views, visit the Atlantic Beer Institute and Alexander Keith's Nova Scotia Brewery, or tour the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic which houses artifacts from the Titanic.

Day 9 - Corner Brook

Day 10 - Gulf of St Lawrence

Enjoy the ship's facilities on a relaxing day cruising the Gulf of St Lawrence.

Day 11 - Baie Comeau

Day 12 - Quebec City

Enjoy the French influence in Quebec City, one of North America’s oldest cities with numerous museums, magnificent churches and beautiful examples of early Canadian architecture including the legendary Château Frontenac. Excursions include a historical tour of Quebec City and a visit to the magnificent Montmorency Falls; a tour of a renowned Canadian vineyard with a sampling of the fine wines; and a horse-drawn carriage ride through the city's elegant streets.

Day 13 - Montreal

Disembark Seven Seas Navigator in Montreal.

For navigational reasons the Captain of the ship reserves the right to modify the cruise itinerary.

Price Includes

  • 10 or 12-night all-inclusive accommodation on Seven Seas Navigator
  • 3-night pre-cruise hotel stay in New York on a B&B basis
  • Return flights from a choice of UK airports
  • Private overseas transfers
  • Up to 56 free shore excursions
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi on board
  • Unlimited beverages, including fine wines, beer and premium spirits, soft drinks, bottled water, speciality coffees and tea served throughout the ship
  • Complimentary dining in specialty restaurants on board
  • In-suite mini-bar including soft drinks, beer and bottled water on board
  • Butler service in Penthouse Suites and above
  • 24-hour room service on board
  • Fitness programmes and use of sauna and steam rooms on board
  • Gratuities on board

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