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Grandeur, 11 Nights Historical Northeast ex Montreal to Boston

11 Night Cruise sailing from Montreal, Quebec, Canada onboard Seven Seas Grandeur

Friday, 20th September 2024
Seven Seas Grandeur
Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Pricing is From and Per Person
Cabin Twin Triple Quad Single

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Inspired by the past and reimagined for the future, Seven Seas Grandeur™ will personify our heritage of perfection.

Québec City, Québec
Prepare to be thoroughly charmed by this great historic city. The only walled metropolis in North America provides a taste of authentic, profoundly French culture. Stroll the cool cobbled streets of Basse-Ville with its outstanding 17th- and 18th-century architecture, graceful parks and delightful sidewalk cafés. Head over to the Rue du Trésor where many local artists display and sell their artwork. Discover Place Royale, a beautifully restored market square and the green-turreted castle of Château Frontenac, Québec’s most celebrated landmark. Stop for spectacular views of the St. Lawrence River, Île d’Orléans and the Laurentian Mountains at Dufferin Terrace.

Saguenay, Québec
Surrounded by verdant mountains and high plateaus, Saguenay with its breathtaking scenery, is Canada’s only navigable fjord, and its rich eco-system draws pods of visiting whales, seals and seabirds. Nestled among the flowering hills discover some of the most picturesque villages in Québec. Saquenay is the travelers portal to a host of activities including: kayaking, power boating, whale watching and hiking amid simply gorgeous surroundings.

Sept-Îles, Québec
Located at the mouth of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, Sept-Îles offers a unique cultural experience with the meeting of two nations. The rich history of the Innu Community just as that of the population of Sept-Îles is unveiled in its natural splendor including long sandy beaches, majestic rivers and a vast snow forest. Fascinating ocean and forest adventures await and are combined with the comforts of a modern, bustling city.

Havre-Saint-Pierre, Canada
Bursting with larger-than-life scenery and seaside village charm, Havre-Saint-Pierre is situated along a remarkable stretch of rocky Quebec North Shore (Côte-Nord) coastline called Minganie. Discover the strangely shaped limestone monoliths of Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve, a spectacular collection of islands that provide sanctuary to over 200 species of birds, including the fascinating Atlantic puffin, plus frolicking whales and seals. Hike past the cliffs and waterfalls along the Cap Ferré trail. Get caught up on local history at the charming Maison de la Culture Roland-Jomphe – all while falling under the spell of the local Acadian French dialect – before shopping for local handcrafts at Place des Artisans.

Corner Brook, Newfoundland
Start by taking in the breathtaking view from the monument honoring Captain James Cook, the first to map the area in 1767. More history awaits you in the Corner Brook Museum and its marine artifacts, forestry exhibits and collections from aboriginal people. The breathtaking Humber Valley is just outside the city, an ideal location for skiers, hikers and anglers.

Sydney, Nova Scotia
Poised on Cape Breton Island, Sydney is your gateway to the scenic and historic attractions of the Cape Breton Highlands, and the incredible Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site, Canada’s largest historical reconstruction. Once known as the “Gibraltar of the New World”, the Fortress of Louisbourg, site of momentous 18th-century battles between the competing empires of France and Great Britain, has been restored to exactly as it looked in 1740. Sydney charms the traveler with harbor views along The Boardwalk and at the nearby summer home of Alexander Graham Bell, now an enlightening museum.

Halifax, Nova Scotia
Welcoming travelers to an innovative and historic cityscape, Nova Scotia’s Halifax offers excellent dining and friendly maritime smiles. Tour Halifax Citadel or take a stroll along the historic waterfront or through the delightful Public Gardens, the oldest Victorian gardens in Canada. Lobster and seafood are local specialties and always tempting to the taste-buds.. The Micmac Indians, called the area ‘Chebuctook’, meaning Great Long Harbor and the city’s ideal location on one of the largest natural harbors in the world made it a strategic asset for convoys in both world wars. Scenic Dartmouth lies on the opposite shore and can be visited by crossing on the oldest saltwater ferry in Canada.

Saint John (Bay of Fundy), New Brunswick
Explore the sophisticated urban delights of Canada’s oldest incorporated city and its extraordinary natural wonders in Saint John and the Bay of Fundy. Discover the area’s Loyalist heritage and shipbuilding industry with a visit to the New Brunswick Museum. Enjoy the Victorian Architecture as you stroll to the Old City Market. Look for maple syrup, local handicrafts, hard cider and other food items and souvenirs. With the world’s highest tides, head out to view the thrilling natural wonder of the water as it roils and swirls literally reversing the river’s flow during the change from low to high tide.

Portland, Maine
Sophisticated, yet down to earth, the seafaring City of Portland represents the heart, soul and strength of this bustling port. The warehouse district features wonderful restaurants where you can savor succulent, freshly caught lobsters and other treasures from the sea, pubs featuring a multitude of micro-brewed beers, art galleries, shops and museums. Not to be missed is a visit to the Maine Historical Society’s beautifully restored 1789 Wadsworth-Longfellow House and Gardens, the Maine Historical Society Museum and Brown Library, a three-in-one cultural bonanza, all just a short stroll from the city center.

Boston, Massachusetts
Home to more colleges and universities than any other city in the United States, Boston has been the intellectual capital of America for more than 350 years. Step into the past along Boston’s Freedom Trail, leading you through some of the most interesting chapters in U.S. history: the site of the Boston Massacre, the Old South Meeting House, Faneuil Hall, and Beacon Hill. You will discover 16 of America’s major colonial and revolutionary sites in all, and all within a 1.5-mile walk.

Cruise Itinerary
Date Activity Arrive Depart
20/09/24 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
21/09/24 Montreal, Quebec, Canada 7:00 PM
22/09/24 Quebec City, Quebec, Canada 7:00 AM 6:00 PM
23/09/24 Saguenay River & Fjord, Quebec, Canada 7:00 AM 5:00 PM
24/09/24 Sept Iles, Quebec, Canada 10:00 AM 7:00 PM
25/09/24 Havre-Saint-Pierre, Canada 8:00 AM 4:00 PM
26/09/24 Corner Brook, New Foundland, Canada 10:30 AM 6:00 PM
27/09/24 Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada 10:00 AM 6:00 PM
28/09/24 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 11:00 AM 6:00 PM
29/09/24 Bay of Fundy, Canada 12:00 PM 8:00 PM
30/09/24 Portland, Maine, USA 8:00 AM 6:00 PM
01/10/24 Boston, Massachusetts 6:00 AM 7:00 PM
Itinerary may vary by sailing date and itineraries may be changed at the cruise lines discretion. Please check itinerary details at time of booking and before booking other travel services such as airline tickets.

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