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Princess Cruises to Quebec

Quebec is the destination of one-way cruises from New York in the autumn. See the schedule of departures below.

On Princess cruises to Canada you can try regional food such as clam chowder and Maine lobster. Enjoy Oktoberfest parties. Learn from exclusive Discovery at Sea activities on board and on shore excursions.

Newport Rhode Island
Boston

The first stop on this cruise to Quebec is Newport, Rhode Island. View mansions built by robber barons. Visit Rose Island Lighthouse. Hike a mile along the famous Cliff Walk. Try the America's Cup Sailing Experience excursion.

The second port of call is Boston, a city of history and lively public spaces. Walk the Freedom Trail. Shop and eat at Faneuil Hall and Quincy Marketplace. Enjoy Public Garden and the famous swan boats. Browse the shops of Newbury Street. Take an excursion to Lexington, Salem or Harvard Square.

Bar Harbor Maine
Bay of Fundy

The third stop on the cruise is Bar Harbor, Maine. Take a horse-drawn carriage ride in Acadia National Park, or a bus tour of the 27-mile park loop road. Explore Victorian Bar Harbor and art galleries. See the oceanarium or a lumberjack show. Join a lobster bake for lunch.

The fourth port of call is Saint John, New Brunswick. It is the gateway to the natural wonder of the Bay of Fundy and its famous tides. See the Reversing Rapids and Hopewell Rocks. Take a boat ride on the Bay. Go kayaking. Shop the Old City Market.

Peggys Cove Halifax
Cabot Trail Nova Scotia

The fifth stop on the cruise is Halifax, Nova Scotia. Take a walking tour of the historic sections of the city. See the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site. Ride a "duck" vehicle around town and onto the water. Go on an excursion to beautiful Peggy's Cove or historic Lunenburg.

The sixth port is Sydney, Nova Scotia. It is on Cape Breton Island and is known for Celtic culture. Hike in Cape Breton Highlands National Park. For your history fix, visit the Fortress of Louisbourg or the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site or Highland Village. Take a bus tour along scenic Cabot Trail.

Prince Edward Island
Quebec City

The seventh stop on your cruise is Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. The island is known for its connection to the book Anne of Green Gables. See the Anne of Green Gables Museum or the Green Gables Heritage Place. Explore Prince Edward Island National Park. Take a trolley tour of Charlottetown. Go on a Blue Heron Scenic Drive excursion.

The cruise ends with an overnight stay in Quebec City, Quebec. Explore the historic Citadelle, Chateau Frontenac, Cap-Diamant, and Place Royale. Go on excursions to Montmorency Falls, Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre, and Ile de'Orleans.

Princess Cruises to Quebec 2016

10-day cruise to Quebec on the Caribbean Princess. One-way from New York to Quebec City (Quebec). Visit Newport (Rhode Island), Boston (Massachusetts), Bar Harbor (Maine), Saint John/Bay of Fundy (New Brunswick), Halifax (Nova Scotia), Sydney (Nova Scotia), and Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island).
• 2016 departure: September 22.

10-day cruise to Quebec on the Caribbean Princess. One-way from New York to Quebec City (Quebec). Visit Newport (Rhode Island), Boston (Massachusetts), Bar Harbor (Maine), Saint John/Bay of Fundy (New Brunswick), Halifax (Nova Scotia), Sydney (Nova Scotia), and Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island).
• 2016 departure: October 12.

Princess Cruises to Quebec 2017

10-day cruise to Quebec on the Crown Princess. One-way from New York to Quebec City (Quebec). Visit Newport (Rhode Island), Boston (Massachusetts), Bar Harbor (Maine), Saint John/Bay of Fundy (New Brunswick), Halifax (Nova Scotia), Sydney (Nova Scotia), and Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island).
• 2017 departure: September 24.

10-day cruise to Quebec on the Crown Princess. One-way from New York to Quebec City (Quebec). Visit Newport (Rhode Island), Boston (Massachusetts), Bar Harbor (Maine), Saint John/Bay of Fundy (New Brunswick), Halifax (Nova Scotia), Sydney (Nova Scotia), and Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island).
• 2017 departure: October 15.

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