Breathtaking Cruises

Canadian Cruises

Introduction To Canadian Cruises

Canada itself is a gorgeous country with beautiful landscapes and unforgettable sights for anyone to see. The best season to visit Canada is during the fall because of the abundance of colors of the vegetation. Hiking, kayaking or water rafting are only a few of the numerous activities tourist can opt for in the Canadian landscapes. There are many tour operators that offer Canadian cruises and below you will find the best options:

Royal Caribbean

Not only Canada, but the whole world opens in front of your eyes with the Royal Caribbean Cruises. However, there are two interesting offers Royal Caribbean offer for Canada. The first one is a seven night cruise on the newest ship of the company, called “Jewel of the Seas”. It has a lot of dining and entertainment choices for its passengers such as a spa, fitness, casino and even rock climbing. The ship departs from Boston, Massachusetts on an eight day-journey crossing Bar Harbor, Portland, Halifax and Saint John before coming back to Boston. An interior room costs $600 per person, while the deluxe suite reaches $1649 per person. Most meals, drinks and entertainment on the ship are included in this price. Sightseeing and shopping are included in the program and the Halifax drawn trolley tour for Nova Scotia has always been one of the passengers’ favorite stops. The second offer of Caribbean Cruise is a nine day-journey that includes all of the above plus two extra stops at the Portland Lighthouse and at the Irving nature park.

Holland America

Holland America offer a number of cruises to Canada with the most popular being the seven night cruise onboard the MS Maasdam. The MS Maasdam is one of the companies smaller ships, designed to carry fewer guests but with optimum comfort. The cruise departs from Montreal with stops including Quebec City, Charlottetown, Sydney, Halifax and Bar Harbor before ending at Boston, Massachusetts. Prices start from $699 per person for an interior room and increase to $2999 per person for a deluxe verandah suite. Flights are not included in the prices although Holland America do operate an air service which ensures passengers do not miss their cruise. Holland America have a number of excursions for their passengers to enable them to get the most out of their cruise. Notable excursions include a visit to Montmorency Falls and the Island of Orleans in Quebec, a visit to the Alexander Graham Bell museum in Sydney and a lobster fishing excursion in Charlottetown.

Princess Cruises

Princess Cruises offer a number of cruises to New England and Canada with a new but popular option being the fifteen day land and sea Maple Explorer cruise. The first six days are mainly land tours including visits to the Niagara Falls, a visit to Ottawa, a trip to Montebello and then a coach ride to the Notre Dame. On the sixth day the cruise starts from Quebec and stops include Charlottetown, Sydney, Halifax, Saint John, Bar Harbor, Boston and Newport before arriving in New York on the sixteenth day. Prices start at $3229 per person for an interior room and increase to $4579 per person for a suite. Prices exclude air fares.