Makes Canada cruise ships
Nestled between the Pacific and the Atlantic lies the second largest country in the world: Canada. The multi-faceted country offers an incredible variety. On a cruise you can escape everyday life in comfort and enjoy a new way of traveling. Experience cities steeped in history and the idyllic nature with its unique fauna - all this and more awaits you on your cruise trip.
The passing Canadian landscapes will cast a spell over you. Get to know the peculiarities of Canada on exciting excursions or simply relax on board and enjoy the vastness of the sea.
Let yourself be inspired by the routes and cruises in Canada on the following pages and choose your dream trip to the most fascinating places in North America - we will be happy to help!
Holland America Line's fleet of 16 elegant medium-sized vessels offers cruises to popular and less traveled ports around the world.
Princess Cruises' luxury liners offer unforgettable cruises to our cruise destinations.
Among other things, cruises to Alaska, Canada & New England, Europe, the Caribbean and along the Mexican Riviera, as well as trips through the Panama Canal and South America are in the program.
The destinations Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, the Caribbean, New England, Mexican Riviera, Transatlantic and Panama offer cruise fans a lot of variety.
With its fleet (11 ships), the shipping company has the most frequently awarded ships in the world.
The travel routes are also varied: Europe, the Caribbean, Alaska, Asia / Australia, Canada, Hawaii, Los Angeles, New England or the transatlantic.
Norwegian Cruise Line stands for modern cruise ships. The most impressive landscapes on earth are on the route plan.
Royal Caribbean takes you to the most beautiful and mysterious travel destinations with 22 innovative cruise ships.
Do you travel B. to Alaska, North, Central and South America, New Zealand or Dubai.
Suggested route New England, Atlantic Canada and Québec
When cruising along the East coast In North America you will experience cities steeped in history, idyllic nature with rolling hills and jagged cliffs as well as picturesque fishing villages, romantic lighthouses, cities with French flair, fresh lobster, impressive mansions and of course the St. Lawrence River.
The highlight in autumn is the colorful Indian summer. The diverse deciduous forests of this region then transform the landscape into a rushing sea of colors. The coastline is also ideal in the summer months to travel by ship. From the sea side you have a very special perspective of the coast and the best view to see “passing” lighthouses and fascinating cities. We recommend a route between Boston and Montreal respectively Quebec or alternatively a cruise to and from new York.
- 8 to 11 days
- German speaking
- May until October
Highlights of the trip:
Bar Harbor: You have a full day to experience Acadia National Park. The best way to get there is by bike.
Lobster: A regionally inspired cuisine with lobster and crab cakes awaits you on board - of course you can also enjoy freshly caught ashore!
Québec City: A stroll through the Franco-Canadian old town will inspire you. Maple syrup is also worth trying.
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