Jan-Evert, Annemari and Inga are escorting an amazing 14 night Canada and New England Cruise this September. An escorted cruise means we take care of all of the details from shore excursions to onboard activities. You can simply relax and enjoy the experience! Talk to us today for more information.
"Lobsters, Leaves & Lighthouses"
Atlantic Canada & New England During the Fall
Voyage through the vast waters of the Atlantic to lovely ports in Canada and New England. Rich with museums, galleries, historic sites and of course, fishing boat excursions.
The best time to view the leaves is from the beginning of September until the end of October. Fall is an excellent time to see the New England coastline area - weather is often still warm and beautiful, and the summer crowds are gone. It's a perfect time to walk the beaches, explore antique shops, specialty boutiques, and get the best table on those dockside patios.
What to see
In Atlantic Canada, the lighthouses and coastal landscapes are truly spectacular. Travelers taking a cruise ship along the northeast coast of America get a breathtaking perspective of the New England region and a chance to sample the best highlights. Read more
What to eat
Seafood of course! Atlantic Canada is world-famous for its fresh and abundant seafood, in particular succulent lobster, scallops, mussels, oysters and cod. Both regions also have fantastic wineries and of course, classic pubs.
What to pack