Princess Offers 11 Canada and New England Voyages in 2012


Emerald Princess sails on three Classic Canada and New England 10-day cruises between New York and Quebec City. // (c) 2011 Princess Cruises.

Princess Cruises is offering 11 Canada and New England voyages for 2012 aboard the Emerald Princess and Caribbean Princess on three itineraries: a week-long roundtrip sailing from New York; a 10-day one-way voyage, sailing between New York and Quebec City and featuring an overnight stay in the French-Canadian city; and a 12-night Canada and Colonial America cruise from Quebec to Ft. Lauderdale for a voyage along the entire eastern coastline.

All itineraries feature the opportunity to experience area highlights, such as Boston, Maine’s Acadia National Park, and the mansions of Newport, R.I.

Passengers can extend their Canada and New England voyage with one of two cruisetour options that create a full land/sea vacation to America’s colonial treasures, or to Niagara Falls and some cities in Canada.

The 2012 Canada and New England program includes:

Canada and New EnglandCaribbean Princess sails on roundtrip seven-day sailings from New York, featuring calls at Halifax (Nova Scotia), Saint John (for the Bay of Fundy), Bar Harbor (for Acadia National Park), Boston and Newport. Caribbean Princess will offer seven departures between Sept. 8 and Oct. 20, 2012.

Classic Canada and New EnglandEmerald Princess sails on three Classic Canada and New England 10-day cruises between New York and Quebec City, featuring calls in Newport, Boston, Bar Harbor, Saint John (for the Bay of Fundy), Halifax (Nova Scotia), Sydney (Cape Breton Island), and Charlottetown plus an overnight stay for extra time in charming Quebec City. Emerald Princess departs between Sept 26 and Oct. 16, 2012.

Canada and Colonial AmericaEmerald Princess also offers one sailing along the full East Coast on a 12-day Canada and Colonial America itinerary from Quebec City to Ft. Lauderdale on Oct. 26. This cruise features an overnight in Quebec City plus calls along the Eastern seaboard in Sydney (Cape Breton Island), Halifax (Nova Scotia), Bar Harbor (for Acadia National Park), Boston, Newport, New York and Charleston.

Cruisetours – For those who would like to extend their Canada and New England vacation, Princess offers escorted pre- or post-cruise land tours in conjunction with these sailings, in which passengers can travel back through historic America or spend further time in Canada with a complete land and sea experience. The Historic America cruisetour includes travel to Washington, D.C.; Williamsburg; Richmond and Monticello in Virginia; Gettysburg, and Philadelphia, while the Maple Explorer cruisetour includes the Canadian cities of Toronto (for Niagara Falls), Ottawa, Montebello, and Montreal.


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