Canada &

Explore the native cultures and regional traditions create unparalleled connections to sacred spaces. Wildlife flourishes in immense expanses of freshwater and boundless stretches of diverse shoreline. Stop to appreciate every splendid sunset on a bucket-list voyage brimming with tranquility and adventure.

Newport, RI

of salty jokes and fishy

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Bar Harbor, Maine

Unlike anywhere else on the East Coast of the United States, Acadia National Park stretches over 47,000 acres of forest, glaciers, and beaches that can be appreciated by visitors year-round. This massive natural landscape teems with remarkable scenery; the pristine mountainous park is home to moose, bears, whales and seabirds.

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Halifax, Nova Scotia

Rising on an array of colossal compounded boulders is the iconic Peggy’s Point Lighthouse. Just one look at the rocky coastline you’ll understand why such a structure is crucial to the charming town of Peggy’s Cove. Nearby, the Fairview Lawn Cemetery memorializes those who lost their lives aboard the RMS Titanic in 1912.

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Newport, Rhode Island

Where the ocean runs deep and you're
syrup high.

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Canada and New England Cruises

Experience the perfect contrast of city charm and natural beauty on cruises to New England and Canada. Become mesmerized by North America’s stunning East Coast as you enjoy the show from the front-row seat of your cruise. On your New England cruise, you will trace historic sites, see American monuments, explore spectacular cliffs of Acadia National Park, and eat delicious seafood. And on a cruise to Canada, you get to observe the deep waters teeming with marine life, including blue and beluga whales and indulge in exquisite French cuisine. Or combine the two and find your bucket list voyage brimming with tranquility and adventure.


Does American Queen Voyages cruise to New England & Canada?

American Queen Voyages offers five fascinating itineraries to New England and Canada for guests to choose from. Find the perfect bucket list voyage to satisfy your seafaring dreams.

How long is a cruise to New England & Canada?

American Queen Voyages’ New England and Canada cruises range from nine days with eight port visitations to 11 days with 10 port visitations or 12 days and seven port visitations.

How much do New England & Canada cruises cost?

Cruises with American Queen Voyages are all-inclusive. The cost of voyages ranges from $3,499 per guest for a cruise from Halifax to Boston to $4,299 per guest for a cruise from Montreal to Gloucester.

What is included on a New England & Canada cruise?

New England and Canada cruises with American Queen Voyages include the highest quality amenities, spacious luxury, and comfort to ensure you feel at home away from home. Included in the cost of the cruise you will be welcomed with a one-night pre-cruise hotel stay, ground transfers between hotel and vessel, personally tailored and expertly crafted unlimited guided tours, unlimited beverages at open bars and lounges, acclaimed cuisine in multiple venues, in-room dining, unlimited Wi-Fi, and live entertainment and enrichment onboard. Airfare is not included in the voyage cost, and personal arrangements should be made.

What are some of the top destinations when cruising around Canada and New England?

A Canada and New England cruise includes visiting Maritime Provinces, Quebec, and the states of Maine, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut. The cruise itineraries with American Queen Voyages incorporate gliding along the untamed Atlantic coastline, visiting quaint seaside villages, and learning about American colonial history. Of course, a cruise to this region would not be complete without sampling fresh seafood, like Maine lobster, steamed claws, and oysters.

What sights can you see on a Canada and New England cruise?

Exploring the great outdoors and getting to know the wildlife is the main draw of Canada and New England cruises. But there are many sophisticated and historical cities along the journey for you to explore, like Boston, Quebec City, and Montreal.

Adventure lovers will be excited to go kayaking in Saint John, hike Acadia National Park in Bar Harbor, or even go fishing before enjoying their catch for a scrumptious seafood meal. History buffs will enjoy walking the grounds of significant battles and touring fascinating sites they read about in history books. Walk the Freedom Trail in Boston and learn about the American revolution or explore Peggy’s Cove and the lighthouse in Nova Scotia. Wander around quaint French streets in Quebec and get to know the fascinating heritage.

Love the way this adventure sounds – book now because in September and October cruises to Canada and New England get an added bonus of fall foliage. From the deck of the ship, you get a stunning perspective when watching the fiery colors of the coniferous forests onshore and the ever-changing scenery as you cruise along the region.

Find the perfect voyage for you among the five cruises to Canada and New England offered by American Queen Voyages and embark on a journey packed with a lifetime of memories.