Carnival’s Canada & New England from NYC
7 Day Cruise with New York City Overnight
9 Days | Sep 5-13. Sep 26-Oct 4, & Oct 3-11, 2020
Starting At $1295.00
Canada and New England cruises offer some of the most breathtaking scenery you can imagine. While Canada and New England may not spring to mind when you think of cruise destinations, they should — because the perfect way to experience this naturally gorgeous, history-packed region is to arrive by sea. Back when ships were how people traveled — but weren’t as much fun as today — ports like Halifax, Boston and Saint John were some of the most important, and they are yours to explore on cruises to Canada and New England. Dating back to the 17th century, they today continue to retain much of their old charm… and have developed a few new tricks in the centuries since. Find out what makes this part of the world so special on one of Carnival’s cruises to Canada and New England.
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PER PERSON PRICES:
Interior: $1295 Double…..$2195 Single
Oceanview: $1495 Double…..$2395 Single
Balcony: $1795 Double…..$2995 Single
*Based on Double Occupancy
Day 1: Arrive New York City
Arrive into NYC and check into for your overnight stay. The rest of the day is on your own to explore the City that Never Sleeps.
Day 2: Board the Carnival Radiance
Enjoy your morning exploring the city. This afternoon, transfer from your hotel to the pier. Board the Carnival Radiance. Enjoy the many onboard activities onboard the Carnival Radiance. While sailing on this beautiful ship, you’re guaranteed to not only have fun, but to be well-fed. Big Chicken, the fast casual eatery owned by Carnival’s Chief Fun Officer Shaquille O’Neal, opened its first location at sea on Carnival Radiance, along with favorite Carnival dining options like Guy’s Burger Joint, Cucina del Capitano, and the Seafood Shack. The ship will set sail at 4:00 p.m.
Day 3: Fun Day at Sea
Today enjoy a fun filled Day at Sea.
Day 4: Boston, Massachusetts
Explore the “Athens of America” in Boston. See world-class art museums, blooming public parks, ivy-adorned universities, and historic neighborhoods fill the eminently walkable, dynamic city that sparked the American Revolutionary War. Pass through a thicket of skyscrapers downtown towards quiet neighborhoods of cobblestone lanes and relive the history the great city has to offer.
Day 5: Portland, Maine
Walk Maine’s largest city and follow in the footsteps of your fellow seafarers, past and present, in Portland. Perched on green bluffs overlooking Casco Bay, Portland is a place where lobstermen still ply the briny Maine seas and wooden fishing boats chug through the harbor. Portland cruises pull into a modern-day seaport of sleek high-rises towering over a revitalized Old Port area, alive with brewpubs, restaurants, and shops.
Day 6: Saint John, New Brunswick
Nestled between nature parks and the powerful currents of the Bay of Fundy, Saint John is the province of New Brunswick’s largest city and its most important port. Visit Downtown, with its Victorian-era architecture and bustling central market. Your ship anchors in the Bay of Fundy, where you will spot seals and shorebirds from the trail, your kayak, or from an observation tower. Whether you take to the trails for a hike or just take some time off in town, your cruise to Saint John is bound to be one you won’t soon forget.
Day 7: Halifax, Nova Scotia
Your first look at Halifax, Nova Scotia is from across the enormous natural harbor that also hosts the verdant George’s Island. Ships have arrived at this key Atlantic seaport just like this for centuries, including both the million immigrants who passed through in the 1900s, as well as the Halifax salvage boats recovering wreckage from the Titanic. Besides a modern city abuzz with museums and shops, you’ll find a massive fort overlooking the waterfront and idyllic villages for postcard-perfect nature walks on your Halifax cruise.
Day 8: Fun Day at Sea
Today enjoy a fun filled day at sea.
Day 9: Arrive New York City
This morning arrive back into New York City and depart for home.