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Canada Cruises - Fall Foliage New England Cruises
New England cruiseCanada/New England High Season: September and October quintessential autumn in New England. Here you can see the leaves at various stages of color as you cruise up the East Coast to Canada, plus the cooler temperatures make for nice strolling about in the various port cities.
Low/Shoulder Season: July and August The excellent summer weather makes touring the Canadian towns especially nice (highs hover in the low 70's as opposed to the 50's in the fall). It's also the best time for water sports enthusiasts and families thanks to the warm temperatures in the water and out. In fact, demand for Royal Caribbean's Canada/New England cruises has grown as strong during the summer as it is in the fall.

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You can find New England and Canada cruises from May through October, though many lines concentrate their sailings during fall's peak foliage season.Most New England and Canada cruises depart from Boston, New York (including Bayonne, NJ), Montreal, and Quebec City.
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No flying! Leave from Manhattan or Brooklyn. Travel with Genuine Friends. Explore the mansions of Newport, the seaport of Bar Harbor and ports in Canada too. We can arrange our own shore excursions in the ports, too. Gov't Fees and Taxes additional: $130.00

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Genuine FRiend Cruise to Canada from New YorkShip Facts: Accommodates 3,080 passengers 112,894 gross tons Inaugural cruise on 4/3/2004, refurbish scheduled for 11/8/2011 947 feet in length 206 ft. in height Maximum speed is 22 knotsPorts:

Newport, Rhode Island In the 19th century, Newport was America's Versailles. It was here that the great merchant princes and robber barons of the Gilded Age erected the elaborate summerhouses they so ingenuously dubbed "cottages." At the height of its splendor, a Newport season was a giddy whirl of grand fétes, yacht races and elaborate beach picnics for assorted Vanderbilts, Astors and Morgans. Today, it is the privileged traveler who marvels at the splendor of great mansions like The Breakers, The Elms, or Rosecliff. Gone are the days when "Tessie" Oelrichs, one of Newport's fabled hostesses, had 12 skeleton ships anchored offshore and dramatically lit for her legendary "White Ball."
Princess cruisesBar Harbor, Maine Standing atop Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National Park, it is easy to see why individuals like John D. Rockefeller felt so strongly about preserving this area's natural beauty. Established by individual donations, Acadia National Park is a stunning intersection of sea-scoured shores, towering cliffs, and forested mountains. Mount Desert Island had been a resort destination well before the establishment of Acadia National Park in 1919. The wealthy flocked to Bar Harbor at the turn of the century, building Newport-style "cottages" that turned the quaint New England town into a fashionable summer resort. It was the efforts of these wealthy vacationers, including John D. Rockefeller, which led President Woodrow Wilson to establish Acadia as the first national park east of the Mississippi. Many of Bar Harbor's great houses are a memory. A catastrophic fire in 1947 ravaged the town and the surrounding forest. But Acadia National Park survived, and today it is one of the most visited national parks in America. Acadia's 35,000 acres are studded with natural wonders: In addition to the stunning landscape, some 50 species of mammals including moose, black bear and white tail deer roam the park.
Halifax, Nova Scotia The capital of Nova Scotia and the largest city in Canada's Atlantic Provinces, Halifax was once Great Britain's major military bastion in North America. The beautifully restored waterfront buildings of Halifax's Historic Properties recall the city's centuries-old maritime heritage. Stroll the waterfront, and you may find Nova Scotia's floating ambassador, the schooner Bluenose II, tied up to Privateer's Wharf, just as old sailing ships have done for over 200 years. Halifax is also the gateway to Nova Scotia's stunning scenery, including famous Peggy's Cove, where surf-pounded granite cliffs and a solitary lighthouse create an unsurpassed scene of rugged natural beauty.

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Stop in Nova ScotiaCanada and New England CruiseNEW ENGLAND & CANADA NEW ENGLAND CLASSIC V3227 From world-class cities of sophistication, fashion and culture to idyllic seaside towns, both quaint and majestic, a journey of stunning natural wonder. SHIP : Crystal Symphony DATES : Oct. 23 - Nov. 2, 2013 (Days 10) FARES FROM : $3,210 Per Person THEME : None PORTS Montréal, P.Q., Canada Saguenay, P.Q., Canada Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Boston, Massachusetts, USA New York City, New York, USA

From world-class cities of sophistication, fashion and culture to idyllic seaside towns, both quaint and majestic, a journey of stunning natural wonder.

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