The North America continent is blessed with a mix of rich natural beauty and boasts some of the most developed countries in the world. New England and eastern Canada possess an unmistakable charm all their own, with their distinctive history and natural beauty, much like yourself we imagine—and there's no better time to visit than the fall. The foliage is brilliant in every imaginable color, lighthouses dot the coastline, and there's always an authentic lobster bake to be savored! Lobster bibs included.
With a world-class aquarium, major sporting events and fantastic food, Baltimore is filled with things to do and see. The prime spot for activity is the Inner Harbor, where you'll find the Harborside Shopping Pavilion, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the National Aquarium, Port Discovery and much, much more. Plus, there are a number of historical sites nearby, including Mount Vernon and Federal Hill.
Banff National Park, a stop on our Canadian Rockies Cruisetours, provides some of the most stunning sightseeing in the Canadian Rockies. The park itself encompasses 5,200 square miles of parkland and the resort town of Banff.
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.
The cradle of the American Revolution and one of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston remains the metropolitan center of New England. With an unrivaled history, old New England charm and cosmopolitan sophistication, Boston offers a fascinating travel experience to any visitor.
At the foot of the Rockies, this rugged, modern city combines all the romance of the great West. Mounties, cowboys, oilmen and natives live and work together here. Dating back to 1875, Calgary has quickly developed and today is Canada's second-largest corporate center.
Cape Liberty Cruise Port is located on the New York Harbor in Bayonne, New Jersey, and is just seven miles from New York City and three miles from Newark Liberty International Airport. Guests on cruises from New York can enjoy the port's waterfront location and convenience to the Big Apple. Visitors have easy access to everything New York City has to offer. They also have quick access to the historic roots of Northern New Jersey.
Prince Edward Island is easy on the eyes and even easier on the spirit. With miles of lush rolling landscape, red sandstone cliffs, antique farmhouses and warm welcoming smiles, it's no surprise some call it the "gentle island." And charming Charlottetown is your gateway to it all. The island's biggest "city" is easy to explore on foot. Stroll the waterfront, wander the many shops and sample the seafood specialties at an outdoor café or two, then hit the trails and tour the quiet countryside.
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.
Fort Lauderdale lies along the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the New River, 25 miles north of Miami. Its warm tropical weather attracts many people throughout the year. For sun-worshippers, the city has six miles of beaches. There are also many recreational waterways with extensive boating facilities, access to every conceivable watersport, a variety of fascinating museums and trendy restaurants, and an array of entertainment venues.
Galveston Island is Texas' top historic destination. Guests on cruises from Galveston can enjoy 32 miles of relaxing beaches, great seafood, tropical scenery, superb restaurants, marvelous downtown shopping, breathtaking Victorian architecture, numerous antique stores, incredible art galleries, plus tons of attractions, entertainment venues and world-class sportfishing. See a listing of our cruises from Galveston by clicking the button below.
As your ship comes into port, a bagpiper will welcome you to Halifax, the capital city of Nova Scotia. The "City of Trees" offers the warmth and charm of a small town along with all the excitement you would expect from a great city. Peggy's Cove, Citadel Hill, and the Acadian Country are just a few of the sights that will herald your arrival here.
Jasper, a stop on our Canadian Rockies Cruisetours, offers all kinds of outdoor adventures and activities. It's also a great place to see elk, which come right downtown every spring and fall. On your way to the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, you’ll travel by the Rocky Mountaineer® train.
Ernest Hemingway made wild, colorful Key West his home, and you will want to do the same. Home to modern-day adventurers, artists and poets, the island's charming Old Town teems with restaurants, bars and unique shops. Add pristine coral reefs, coconut palms and a laid-back attitude that's truly contagious, and it's easy to see why so many visitors to Key West never leave.
South Florida's exciting, international city is much more than the gateway to Latin America. It's one of the world's most popular vacation destinations. With its world-renowned beaches, unrivaled nightlife, unique culinary experiences and Latin flavor, this is one place you'll want to check out. Before departing from Miami, enjoy a tour that will highlight this exciting city.
Two words always come to mind when you think about New Orleans: Mardi Gras. But it's so much more than that. Anyone interested in food, history or music - as well as romantics of all sorts - will enjoy a visit to New Orleans. The weather can be extremely hot, just like the Cajun and Creole dishes this town is famous for. If your cruise is departing from New Orleans, you may want to spend an extra day or two here, exploring this fascinating city.
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.
Perched atop the rocky cliffs at the confluence of the Saint Charles and Saint Lawrence River, Quebec City is at the heart of French Canada. The European atmosphere, historic character and Old-World charm of this vibrant city come alive as you walk its narrow cobblestone alleyways past the stone houses and churches of the Old City.
Renowned as one of the most beautiful region in Quebec, the Saguenay area includes 14 municipalities and stretches from Larouche to Tadoussac and Ville Saguenay to the Saguenay River fjords. Relatively young, Ville Saguenay was born of the regrouping of seven municipalities in February 2002 and now stands as one of the 10 largest cities in Quebec.
Founded by Loyalists escaping the Revolutionary War in 1785, Saint John has emerged as a thriving port city. Its restored historic waterfront and surrounding natural beauty have made Saint John a wonderful destination.
San Diego is California's "first city," with roots dating back to 1796. San Diego's beautiful harbor is a lovely place to stroll and explore. Historic Seaport Village, along the Embarcadero, is filled with fascinating shops and galleries. But if you wish to explore further, San Diego offers a world of excitement.
Seattle is often characterized by its laid-back attitude and rainy climate, but this thriving metropolis also offers one-of-a-kind architecture, the Olympic and Cascade mountain ranges, and a unique urban sophistication.
Protected by a narrow, rocky entrance, St. John's harbor may seem like a quaint island village, but it is actually a modern city with plenty of cultural attractions. This vibrant port city is a nice contrast to some of the more rural outlying areas, and offers plenty of amenities for travelers and locals alike.
Located north east of Boston and south of the Canadian province of Newfoundland are the last remnant of France?s once large possessions on this continent. Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, both modern and quaint French towns, are part of a group of eight French islands in the North Atlantic Ocean. Experience the Archipelago lifestyle, wander around at your own leisurely pace and discover the unique sights and sounds that make Saint-Pierre and Miquelon a wonderful destination.
Sydney, Nova Scotia's second-largest city, is situated on the east side of beautiful Cape Breton Island. Once a booming center for mining and steel, this colonial seaport serves as a gateway to some of the most historic sites and scenic landscapes of the North Atlantic.
Tampa, Florida is not only a port - it's a destination full of exciting and fun things to do. Experience beautiful beaches, historical sights, arts, entertainment, fabulous restaurants and, if you can find time, the nearby city of St. Petersburg.
Located on the southern tip on the island of Vancouver in British Columbia, the city of Victoria is probably best known for its mild climate and active outdoor lifestyle. (In fact, the city has been named the "fittest city" in Canada more than once.) As the capital of British Columbia, the city is very tourist-friendly. Among the many attractions are world-famous gardens, its 150 years of British history, gourmet dining and fantastic shopping.