Complete Fall Foliage In Canada and New England Cruise – October 10-23, 2017 – SOLD OUT
Fall colors in New England and Eastern Canada are stunning in October! Start in Quebec, Canada and cruise to ports in Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island & more! Nothing will bring fall to life more than this spectacular cruise and tour!
October 10 – Fly to Quebec, Canada and get ready to speak some French! Upon arrival, enjoy a short city tour by night of Quebec before spending the night in a hotel near the cruise port.
October 11 – Quebec City, Quebec – The morning is yours to relax and explore Quebec on your own. Board your cruise ship this afternoon and get ready to sail. The ship will be docked within a short walk from the hotel. (Breakfast, Cruise Meals)
October 12 – Enjoy a relaxing day at sea. (Cruise Meals)
October 13 – Corner Brook, Newfoundland – Off the east coast of Canada, on the island province of Newfoundland, you’ll find Corner Brook. Corner Brook is a city set against a backdrop of awe-inspiring natural surroundings including forest, rocky coastline, marvelous fjords and a plethora of offshore islands. The city is tucked in the Long Range Mountains, part of the Appalachian Mountain belt. Though the landscape is rugged, the people of Newfoundland are known for their warm, friendly hospitality. Journey to Corner Brook; adventure awaits. (Cruise Meals)
October 14 – Sydney, Nova Scotia – Sydney is the gateway to Cape Breton Island and its highlands, forests, coastal trails and the large inland sea at its center. The mostly rural Cape Breton has a rich cultural mix of Gaelic, Acadian and indigenous Mi’kmaq peoples. (Cruise Meals)
October 15 – Halifax, Nova Scotia – Halifax was long defined by naval operations. The 18th-century Citadel still stands guard, but today overlooks a thriving city whose restored waterfront features historic architecture, shops, museums, restaurants and more. (Cruise Meals)
October 16 – Saint John, NB (Bay of Fundy) – Although famous for the Reversing Rapids at the Bay of Fundy, Saint John is also home to splendid Victorian architecture, quaint shops and a vibrant arts scene. It is also a gateway to New Brunswick’s scenic villages and seascapes. (Cruise Meals)
October 17 – Portland, Maine – Portland offers a unique combination of Maine’s rich history and its own vibrant culture. Local artisans offer their handiwork along the streets of the Arts District and the Old Port Exchange. Colorful boats line the shores of Casco Bay, and wonderful freshly cooked seafood abounds in this charming seaside town. (Cruise Meals)
October 18 – Boston Massachusetts – In the United States’ oldest city, colonial heritage is the backdrop for an inviting mix of culture and lively street life. See where Revolutionary history took place on a walking or trolley tour along Boston’s Freedom Trail. (Cruise Meals)
October 19 – Bar Harbor, Maine – Nestled on the east side of Mt. Desert Island and surrounded by Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor features some of the most spectacular scenery on the Eastern Seaboard. The rock-bound coast, soaring granite cliffs, majestic mountains and blue waters have attracted the Rockefellers, Astors, and Vanderbilts for over 200 years, and continue to enchant visitors today. (Cruise Meals)
October 20 – Rockland, Maine – Journey to the heart of the mid-coast region, where lighthouse history and northeastern American art prevail. The quaint city of Rockland, Maine is home to charming redbrick facades, and its pastoral outskirts have been known to inspire notable American artists such as Andrew Wyeth and Thomas Cole. Experience the breathtaking landscapes and enchanting small-town way of life for yourself on a New England cruise that visits Rockland. (Cruise Meals)
October 21 – Enjoy a relaxing day at sea. (Cruise Meals)
October 22 – Newport, Rhode Island – New England’s historic summer home of the rich and famous, Newport boasts enduring elegance and charm. Sailing regattas are still all the rage as are the popular jazz and folk festivals. There are plenty of amazing ocean-side restaurants. And no trip would be complete without a tour of the opulent Newport Mansions. (Cruise Meals)
October 23 – New York City – Your cruise ends this morning in New Jersey. Sit back and enjoy a city tour of New York City before your late afternoon back home. What a grand tour we have had!
Your Ship: Royal Caribbean Vision of the Seas
Thousands of windows showcase the world’s most memorable coastlines and ports. Whether you’re cruising the coast of New England or docked in Paris, you’ll never lose sight of the reason you came aboard. The 2,435-guest Vision of the Seas has beautiful onboard amenities too. There’s the very soothing Day Spa, two pools, six whirlpools, and the Masquerade Theatre, which features nightly entertainment, like contemporary musical stage productions. And that’s just the beginning of your cruise vacation.
Your Host: Alan McKay
an started guiding tours when he was a senior in high school. Since that time, he has traveled with hundreds of groups all over the world, including tours to England, Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Peru, Guatemala, Mexico, China, and Thailand. His degree in history from Utah State University adds richness to the tours that he leads. He and his wife, Ida Mae, live in Ogden, Utah and are the proud parents of four sons. Alan’s love in life is to see the world with incredible people and to share his knowledge of travel with all of his groups. Come and become one of his “travel groupies” today.
Inside Cruise Cabin with Round Trip Airfare from Salt Lake City (other cities available) – Double Occupancy – $2499 per person – INSIDE CABINS SOLD OUT
Ocean View Cabin– double occupancy – additional $375 per person
Balcony Cabin – double occupancy – additional $1225 per person
Taxes – Included Above
Quebec Airport Transfer, Sightseeing and Hotel – Included!
New York City Cruise Transfer and Sightseeing – Included!
Optional Shore Excursions – Pricing Coming Soon
Credit Card Fee – 3.5% (only applies to final payment-pay by check to avoid it)
Deposit Required – $900 per person
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