11 Nights in Canada & New England

Enjoy sunny days and crisp evenings on the East Coast on this 11 night cruise roundtrip from Boston.  You’ll take in the historic sights, delightful cuisines and friendly welcomes from the locals in ports like Rockland, Main; Halifax, Nova Scotia; Sydney, Nova Scotia; Quebec City; Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island and Portland Maine.  When you’re not out exploring enjoy the fantastic features and amenities of the Celebrity Eclipse.   Cruising is the best way to discover these destinations

Date: Sep 8, 2024 - Sep 19, 2024

All Included: Wifi, classic beverage package, refundable deposit.

Inside Cabin

From $3,256 CAD per person

Your escape at sea, Inside Staterooms offer ample living space, including a sitting area and a flat screen TV. Each inside stateroom on board Celebrity Eclipse includes world-class amenities.

 

 

Veranda Cabin

From $4,416 CAD per person

Ample indoor and outdoor space come together to create your private sanctuary at sea. Your personal veranda lets you greet the day, soak in breathtaking sunsets, and enjoy fresh sea breezes.

 

 

Concierge Cabin

From $5036 CAD per person

A dedicated concierge is always just steps away from your room to assist with your vacation needs. Attend exclusive events, including a Destination Seminar, and Welcome Aboard Concierge Class Lunch. Then there’s the Stateroom. Here, you’ll find it’s little details so meticulously thought out that they truly make a world of difference. It’s a room that’s so much more than a room—it’s an experience.

 

 


 


 


Itinerary   

Day 1: Boston, Massachusetts
Boston, the capital of Massachusetts, is one of the most historic cities in North America and home to many leading universities, including world-renowned Harvard in neighboring Cambridge. As one of the oldest established cities in the United States, this cultural capital offers an abundance of historic sites and national treasure to discover. Stroll the 2.5-mile Freedom Trail that connects about 16 of Boston’s landmarks such as Boston Common, the Old Corner Bookstore, and Paul Revere’s House or visit the first-class Museum of Fine Art and Boston Symphony Orchestra and so much more. Head to the Seaport District for fresh seafood, local specialties include cod, steamed lobster, oysters on the half-shell and creamy chowders. Then venture to the birthplace of America’s original craft beer, the Samuel Adams Brewery, to find out how the ales and lagers are made, perhaps sample a few, and learn about this great patriot. There’s such an amazing cross-section of rich history, music, art, literature and theater to explore on a cruise to Boston.

Day 2: Rockland, Maine
Rockland, Maine is a quintessential New England coastal town, brimming with historic buildings, cool restaurants and above all, lobster; this is the self-styled lobster capital of the world. The town is nestled along the rocky coastline of central Maine, just a few hours by ship to either Boston or Nova Scotia, Canada. It has an independent, authentic feel, and offers plenty to do on land and water just a stone’s throw from the port.

Day 3: Halifax, Nova Scotia
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 4: Sydney, Nova Scotia
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, including nature walks and museums. Visit the Louisbourg Fortress, the largest historical reconstruction in North America, and relive the life of the first settlers of this region. Discover Cabot Trail and explore the raw unspoiled nature of Canada, breathtaking coastal vistas, kayaking, hiking and much more. Seafood fresh from the ocean and traditional pub fare are always on local menus. Head to the Big Fiddle Market located inside the Joan Harriss Cruise Pavilion where you’ll find local arts and crafts for keepsakes and souvenirs.

Day 5: At Sea - Cruising
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 6 & Day 7: Quebec City, Quebec
Quebec City, Canada was first settled in 1535 by France and is one of North America’s oldest, and most beautiful cities. A captivating sense of French influence still echoes at every turn--from the language to the cuisine and the architecture. There is so much rich history and culture to explore on Quebec cruises. Walk the quaint streets passed stone houses, churches, cafés, and abandoned military fortifications that at one time helped to hold invading forces at bay.

The fascinating heritage of Quebec City begins in The Old Town (Vieux-Quebec) district. Located on the city harbor on the bank of the St. Lawrence River, this well-preserved neighborhood was first established over 400 years ago as a permanent French settlement and is also an UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore the wonderful historic attractions and landmarks as you make your way along the narrow streets, including Le Chateau Frontenac (1893) and Cathedral-Basilica of Notre-Dame de Quebec (1647). Sample the best of Quebecois cuisine at one of the many fine dining establishments in the neighborhood with menus that reflect truly Canadian, yet very European-inspired gastronomy.

Quebec has many museums, but Musée de la Civilisation is by far the most popular in town and definitely worth a visit. Experience the stimulating interactive, participatory exhibits and one exhibit of note explores the cultures of Quebec’s native populations. Dive into Quebecois history with a state-of-the-art 30-minute sound and light show at Musée du Fort. The whole family will enjoy the riveting story of the six sieges of Quebec City and accompanying history lesson.

A Quebec cruise would not be complete without sampling the quintessential dishes of the region. Head to a Quebec City brasserie for classic comfort foods, like traditional Quebecois poutine, Montreal-style bagels, and savory tourtiere (meat pies).

The enchanted streets of Petit-Champlain District are brimming with European charm. Marvel at the historic architecture along Rue du Petit-Champlain while browsing the many one-of-a-kind craftsman shops and boutiques for unique keepsakes and mementos.

Day 8: At Sea - Cruising
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 9: Charlottetown, PEI
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 10: At Sea - Cruising
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 11: 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 12: Back to Boston, Massachusetts

Onboard Features

 

  • Moonlight Sonata Restaurant
    The airy Main Restaurant offers exquisite menu selections, which change nightly to give you a variety of classic and contemporary choices. And the service? Legendary.

  • Blu
    Clean, crisp flavors and inventive cuisine meet an extensive list of sustainable and biodynamic wines. Exclusively for AquaClass guests.

  • Luminae
    The exclusive restaurant for guests of the Retreat. Select and cutting edge, the globally inspired menus at Luminae are not available in any other restaurant on board.

  • Martini Bar & Crush
    Sit back and relax, listening to up-tempo tunes and enjoying a collection of rare vodkas and a portfolio of fine caviars.

  • Sky Lounge
    A unique music venue with spectacular ocean views. The perfect daytime spot to gaze over the sea with a cocktail in hand.

  • Ensemble Lounge
    Ensemble Lounge is the ideal setting for an aperitif en route to an extraordinary dining experience, or a digestif afterward.

  • The Retreat
    The Retreat is an unparalleled vacation experience that includes every stunning suite, a private restaurant, and an exclusive lounge that rivals any high-end resort.

  • The Casino
    Relax, recharge, and play the hottest slots and table games at The Casino. It offers a sophisticated ambiance and a captivating atmosphere that comes alive with plenty of action.

  • Shops on Eclipse
    Aboard Eclipse, Celebrity's European-inspired piazza and elegant galleria hold riches of chic sophistication. Marble walkways lead you to modern boutiques and fine jewelry stores.

  • Fitness Center
    Bring your workout routine along on your modern luxury vacation and enjoy a variety of new fitness classes and seminars along with world class cruise fitness amenities.

  • Basketball Court
    Shoot some hoops before or after your day’s adventure. Located centrally aboard the ship, you can enjoy a great basketball game while a nice ocean breeze keeps you cool.

  • Hot Glass Class
    Now, on board Celebrity Eclipse® you can experience our Hot Glass Class, where you'll create a beautiful flower, starfish, bowl, vase, or other memento to take home.

  • The Lawn Club
    Who said grass can’t be on a ship? Enjoy a friendly pick-up game of leisure sports like Croquet, Bocce, golf putting, Blongo or Baggo.

 

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