Voyage Through the Vast Waters of the Atlantic
New England & Canada
Discover the Charm of New England and Eastern Canada Aboard a Royal Caribbean International Cruise to Canada and New England for Your Choice of Seven or Eight Nights in a Veranda Stateroom with Economy Class Air for Two
Your Royal Caribbean cruise along the alluring North American coast will lead you to lovely ports in Canada and New England. Rich with museums, galleries, historic sights and world-class dining, this picturesque region will leave you in awe of its immeasurable charm and rustic beauty. From lighthouses standing guard on mammoth granite cliffs to romantic, lantern-lit streets in quaint seaside hamlets, you’ll experience extraordinary moments to cherish for a lifetime.
When you cruise with Royal Caribbean International, you’re not just boarding another cruise ship – you’re entering a sensational world of bold discoveries, customized adventures, multi-cultural exploration, dazzling entertainment, incredible culinary creations, and uniquely personalized service. There’s a reason Royal Caribbean International has been recognized as the Best Cruise Line Overall and the Best Cruise Line in the Caribbean by Travel Weekly readers for 14 years. No matter where you are – the pool, the dining room, the spa or your room – get ready to be wowed!
You’ll begin your cruise in the United States’ oldest city, colonial heritage is the backdrop for an inviting mix of culture and lively street life. See where Revolutionary history took place on a walking or trolley tour along Boston’s Freedom Trail. Many of the rich and famous spend their summers in Bar Harbor, Maine, enjoying every inch of this beautiful port town’s rocky coastline, mammoth granite cliffs and majestic mountains. Known not only for its succulent lobsters, Maine is also renowned for blueberries – another treat that shouldn’t be missed. Maine also invites you to check out its oldest lighthouse, standing over picturesque Portland Harbor, as well as its lively city that features a broad range of architectural styles and a charming section known as Old Port, where visitors can enjoy a romantic walk through quaint, lantern-lit streets. Halifax is a city of pleasant contradictions, with a vivacious urban area, charming small towns and stunning natural scenery. Museums, galleries, historic sights, vibrant gardens and world-class dining are just a few of the many things to take advantage of in this well-rounded metropolis. You’ll find the spectacular reversing falls, which are a direct result of the most extreme tidal shifts on the planet, in the famous Bay of Fundy. The metropolitan capital of Nova Scotia is known as the “City of Trees”, but you may be surprised to find much more than just flora when you arrive at this explorer’s paradise.
Sample Itinerary: Boston, Massachusetts; Bar Harbor, Maine; Portland, Maine; Halifax, Nova Scotia; Saint John, New Brunswick
Your trip for two includes:
• Round trip Economy Class air
• 7 night Canada/New England cruise on Royal Caribbean International
• Boston, MA and Baltimore, MD embark ports
• Cruise fare for two as well as existing government fees and taxes (guests are responsible for incidentals they may wish to purchase while on the ship)
• Standard recommended gratuities
• Exciting destinations
• Daily meals
• Amazing entertainment daily
• A world of shipboard activities
• Well-appointed accommodations in a veranda stateroom
• State of the art health & fitness facilities
• Round trip air and pre-hotel and post-hotel may be available for additional charge, please inquire at 800-574-9991
• Free concierge reservation service
TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Travel package is non-refundable and subject to availability. Certificates/gift cards cannot be replaced. Passport required for travel outside the U.S. Airport taxes and carrier imposed fees are the responsibility of the passenger. Flights may not be upgraded with miles. You may choose to pay a fee to add a 3rd or 4th guest to your stateroom. You can also apply the award value towards any other Royal Caribbean cruise by simply paying the difference between award value and lowest fare at redemption time (not applicable to any other promo code or promotion). Blackout dates are last 2 weeks of December including Christmas and New Year sailings. Itineraries are current at time of catalog issue and subject to change without notice. A 30 day advance reservation is required. Package originates from the Contiguous U.S. A 45 days advance reservation is required. Cruise is valid for 18 months from date of issue.