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Boston, Maine & Canada

  • Boston
  • Bar Harbor
  • Charlottetown
  • Sydney NS
  • Portland Maine
  • Halifax
  • New York
  • 14 nights from
  • £2,353 per person
  • Trip Code: CR-1265

Holiday Overview

Boston, Maine & Canada


A wonderful holiday exploring the scenic beauty and vibrant cities of the eastern USA and Canada along with a fantastic Celebrity cruise.

Boston, Maine & Canada includes:

  • International Flights
  • 2 nights accommodation Boston
  • Celebrity Cruise
  • Amtrak Train
  • 2 nights accommodation NYC

Day 1 - Boston

Arrive in Boston, check into your hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure.

Featured accommodation

Westin Boston Waterfront


Day 2 - Boston

Enjoy a full day exploring Boston at your own pace. Speak to your consultant with regard to the optional day tours that are available.

Featured accommodation

Westin Boston Waterfront


Day 3 - Celebrity Summit

Board your home for the next 10 days, the amazing Celebrity Summit, The ship sails at 18:00


Day 4 - Bar Harbor

The list of residents inhabiting this part of Mount Desert Island once read like a who's who of America's richest citizens - Rockefeller, Vanderbilt and Carnegie, to name a few. Now anyone can come and visit the adjacent Acadia National Park, which offers a network of hiking trails leading to some of the region's most breathtaking views of the Atlantic.


Day 5 - Bay of Fundy

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. Experience the amazing Reversing Falls Rapids, Saint John's  best-known attraction, when twice daily the powerful tides of the Bay  of Fundy rise faster than the river can empty. When this happens, the  tide attempts to push the river back upstream, then the tide ebbs and  the river appears to reverse itself and flow over the rocks, creating  the appearance of reversing rapids. Visit St. Martin's Sea Caves and  Beach, where you'll see caves carved out by the pounding tides. St.  Martins' twin-covered bridges, harbor area and lighthouse are perennial  favorites with photographers and painters.


Day 6 - Halifax

Located on the shores of the world's second-largest natural harbor, the "City of Trees" adds to the pastoral beauty of Canada's maritime region. An extensive network of walking trails extends from the waterfront out to a series of beautiful parks and vibrant gardens, inviting exploration.


Day 7 - At Sea

While at sea, take the time to recharge before the next adventure. Lounge by the pool, be spoiled at the spa, taste the delicacies or explore the venues on-board, until we arrive at the next amazing destination. 


Day 8 - Charlottetown

Nestled in the harbor of the same name, Charlottetown exudes both a nautical charm and a Victorian sensibility, with a historic waterfront set against homes that retain much of their original personality. On the south shore of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown's red soil adds to the area's natural beauty. No visit would be complete without sampling the local mussels, which are some of the best in the world.


Day 9 - Charlottetown

Another day to expore Prince Edward Island


Day 10 - Sydney NS

Sydney, Nova Scotia lies on the northeast coast of Cape Breton Island and is the largest metropolitan area on the island. Founded in 1785 by the British, this small port city has served as home to many immigrants who arrived on Canadian shores through the centuries, including French Acadians, Eastern Europeans, Scotsmen, and Africans. Sydney is the perfect gateway to the beauty and wonder of Cape Breton Island on a Nova Scotia cruise. Just outside the city limits lies a wealth of sightseeing possibilities,


Day 11 - At Sea

While at sea, take the time to recharge before the next adventure. Lounge by the pool, be spoiled at the spa, taste the delicacies or explore the venues on-board, until we arrive at the next amazing destination. 


Day 12 - Portland Maine

Portland is one of the prettiest coastal towns and has a rich history and folklore waiting to be explored. Established in 1632 as a fishing and trading settlement by the British, the city still holds its rustic charm near and dear.


From the beautiful looming lighthouses to the deep blue waves of the Atlantic Ocean, the quaint brick buildings, and 19th century warehouses, everywhere you look on your cruise to Maine you’ll find enchanting New England splendor. The famous Portland Head Light dates back to 1791 and is by far one of Portland’s most iconic landmarks. Sitting on Cape Elizabeth, the beautiful lighthouse served as a lookout for oncoming intruders (particularly, the British) and today stands as a symbol of Maine’s heritage. It’s the oldest of its kind in continuous use in the States.


The Portland Museum of Art is well worth a visit. The museum features a broad collection of American and European art, plus an impressive selection of work by notable artists, like Georgia O’Keefe, Andy Warhol, Claude Monet and many other greats. Architecture buffs, as well as literary enthusiasts will appreciate a visit to the great poet and Portland native, Henry Wadsworth-Longfellow’s childhood home. The Wadsworth-Longfellow House is a National Historic Landmark contains most of the original household items and is the oldest standing structure on the Portland peninsula.


Hop on a beer tour on your cruise to Maine and discover what beer experts say is some of the best brews in the United States. The microbrew movement strong in Portland. There are about 17 locally-brewed brands that offer a wide range in flavor profile. Learn all about the fermentation process and sample handcrafted Belgian-style beer, blueberry wheat ale, rich dark stout, and much more.


Wander along the bustling cobblestone streets and alleys of the Old Port district in the downtown city center for wonderful dining and shopping. This small coastal town boasts many award-winning restaurants that are rooted in the farm-to-table tradition. Talented chefs prepare the freshest New England lobster with hearty, local, organic and plant-based foods on menus. And there’s a host of incredible locally owned boutiques within walking distance for unique, one-of-a-kind mementos.



Day 13 - Boston to New York

Arrive back in Boston at 07:00, next stop, The Big Apple, you can fly from Boston to New York, but we would recommend the Amtrak service, Boston South Station is a mere 10 minutes from the cruise terminal, board your train and watch the countryside gllde past en-route to Penn Station

Featured accommodation

Dylan Hotel


Day 14 - New York

Enjoy a full day of exploration in NYC. Speak to your consultant with regard to the many optional excursions and tours available. It's certainly worth extending your stay to take in even more of the sights of New York 

Featured accommodation

Dylan Hotel


Day 15 - Homeward Bound

Spend the morning at leisure, catching up with any last minute sightseeing or shopping before boarding your flight back to the UK

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