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Eastern USA & Canada Cruises

A cruise on the east coast of the USA takes in the warm seas of Bermuda, the rich autumn colours of Canada & New England the the historic battlefields of Colonial USA. Bermuda is a fantastic destination for warm summer weather, sandy beaches and a British atmosphere. New England is an ever popular destination with the Fall Colours and scenery when cruises combine with visits to Newfoundland and Nova Scotia. You can find cruises navigating the St. Lawrence River up to Quebec and Montreal as well as voyages heading south along the Eastern Seaboard which explore the colonial heritage and battlefields of Civil War era USA.

When to Visit?

The Eastern USA and Canada cruise season runs from May to October - famed for it's autumn colours the New England and Canada season focuses on September and October where the Autumn foliage is at its most spectacular & colourful.


The most popular starting points for cruises to Bermuda are usually Miami or New York. As a collection of islands lying 600 miles southeast of New York in the Atlantic, most cruises head to the largest island, Great Bermuda, with a range of ports such as King's Wharf, Hamilton and St. Georges with the historic Royal Dockyard, great shopping and fascinating colonial architecture respectively.

New England and Canada

Cruises to Canada and New England depart from Quebec, Boston, Montreal and New York. In Autum you will be able to enjoy the spectacular autumn colours from ports like Bar Harbor. Nova Scotia is rich in nautical history and Sydney is the ideal place to explore Cape Breton Island. There is also the opportunity to explore old-fashioned Canada in Charlottetown on Prince Edward island or the spectacular mountain and ocean scenery of Corner Brook; up the St. Lawrence River is mighty Quebec, the walled city and capital city of the same-named province.

Colonial USA

Take the opportunity to explore historic, colonial USA by sailing from New York or Montreal. Call in to some of the most significant ports of Colonial America the Civil War, such as small, 17th Century Williamsburg, Charleston, Savannah and more plus not to mention Port Canaveral for more modern sights such as the Space Centre or Miami for bustling beaches and world-class shopping.