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Experience the amazing fall colours on a Canada and New England cruise

Canada & New England cruises

A cruise around Canada and New England combines iconic destinations with stunning scenery, visiting exciting, cosmopolitan cities such as Québec, Montréal, Boston and New York. And because these voyages operate primarily in the autumn months, the vivid fall foliage provides an unforgettable highlight.

When to go

September and October


Starting from 7 nights

How to get there

Direct flights from the UK

Our insight

Canada & New England cruising

There are some cities in the world where arriving by sea can be a truly iconic experience, and we can think of no better way to arrive in New York than being at sea and watching the skyscrapers slowly appear out of the mist. This is one wonderful experience which is almost always included on a Canada and New England cruise itinerary.

As well as the larger cities, cruises to Canada and New England visit charming rustic fishing towns - places such as Bar Harbor, Halifax and Sydney - where you can get your fill of lobster bakes. There is also the opportunity to whale watch as you sail the Saint Lawrence Seaway.

These port intensive voyages enable you to visit a host of cities from the comfort of your chosen ship and are so much more restful than a fly-drive holiday. Of course the main appeal is the autumn colours, which is what tends to dictate the time of year that these voyages operate.

Our tips

Ways to make it better

Canadian one dollar coin

Our tip

Canadians call their one-dollar coins “loonies” (because it bears the image of a loon) and their two-dollar coins “toonies” so sort out your vocabulary and talk like a local!

Grizzly bear at Knight Inlet, Canada

Stay a little longer in Canada

If you’ve time, set aside a couple of days to travel to Knight Inlet Lodge for bear viewing.

Stop sign in Montréal

Making the most of Montréal

You don’t need to take a private tour in Montréal, the city is completely manageable and although signs are in French, everyone speaks English.

Auberge Saint-Antoine, Québec City

Where to stay in Québec City

Chateau Frontenac is tempting, but we choose the Auberge St Antoine.

What our clients say

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