New York (USA) to Montreal (Canada) on Seven-Seas-Navigator

18 October 2018
Fly Cruise for 10 nights

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Seven-Seas-Navigator

Day Date Port Arrive Depart
1 - Thursday 18 October New York (Usa) 0700 1800
New York City is a paradise for shoppers and home to the legendary stores of Bloomingdales, Bergdorf's and Macy's and a string of fashion houses on Madison Avenue. Landmarks not to miss are Times Square and its neon signage, Broadway, the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Brooklyn Bridge and Grand Central Station where the popular Oyster Bar serves up 30 varieties.
2 - Friday 19 October Newport (Usa) 0800 1800
During the Golden Age, Newport was America's summer playground for the rich and famous who built 'cottages' here in the 19th and 20th centuries. The most well-known is Breakers, a 70-room Italianate house built for Cornelius Vanderbilt II. Downtown Newport has unusual shops, restaurants and colonial houses. Miles of scenic coastline are a haven for birdlife ' the Cliff Walk takes a route past Newport's mansions and rocky beaches. John F Kennedy was married in the town's St Mary's Church
3 - Saturday 20 October Transit Cape Cod Canal
4 - Sunday 21 October Portland 1000 2300
5 - Monday 22 October Bar Harbor (Usa) 0900 1900
The attractive and wealthy town of Bar Harbor is situated on Mount Desert Island, a peaceful area of spectacular coastal, mountain and woodland scenery within Acadia National Park. Seafood restaurants are plentiful in this lobster fishing port, and there are a variety of shops and galleries. Boat trips are sometimes available from the town pier, sailing into the gulf of Maine to spot humpback and minke whales.
6 - Tuesday 23 October Saint John (New Brunswick, Canada) 0700 1600
Saint John is the chief port of New Brunswick Province, an attractive city and gateway to untamed countryside and the scenic coastline of New England. The town has an Old City Market which is topped with a roof built in the shape of a ship's hull, and the 19th-century British Carleton Martello Tower. Horse-drawn trolley tours might include the Old Courthouse and Kings Square. In the Bay of Fundy are the famous Reversing River Rapids.
7 - Wednesday 24 October Halifax (Nova Scotia, Canada) 1200 1900
Halifax was Canada's first British town, founded in 1749 and a gateway to Nova Scotia's rugged coastline and picturesque countryside. The coastline is famed for its string of well-preserved lighthouses, including the much-photographed example at Peggy's Cove. Halifax is overlooked by the citadel of Fort George, and has a boardwalk with restaurants, shops and museums.
8 - Thursday 25 October Sydney (Nova Scotia, Canada) 1230 1900
Sydney is Canada's third-largest city, located on picturesque Cape Breton Island. It was founded in 1785 by British Loyalists and has a Scottish flavour ' the Highland Village at Hector's Point is a tribute to the Gaelic heritage of Nova Scotia. Nearby Baddeck is on the shore of Bras d'Or Lake and was once the summer home of Alexander Graham Bell. Other visits might include Fortress Louisbourg, which is a living museum where locals dress in period costume.
9 - Friday 26 October Cruising The Gulf Of St. Lawrence
10 - Saturday 27 October Saguenay (Canada) 1300 2000
Saguenay is situated at the head of the scenic Saguenay Fjord, a glacial valley below the mountains of Valin. This area of Quebec is renowned for its natural beauty and the St Lawrence Marine Park, where rare blue whales and belugas are sometimes seen. Villages line the fjord, including L'Anse-Saint-Jean which has an historic covered bridge.
11 - Sunday 28 October Quebec (Canada) 0800 1900
The old city of Quebec is situated on the St Lawrence River and is dominated by the 19th-century hotel of Chateau Frontenac and its huge red brick and green-roofed tower. Tours by horse-drawn carriage take visitors to the charming Quartier Petit-Chaplain beside Old Port, and the cobbled streets and chic boutiques of the Lower Town. A spectacular funicular links the Lower and Upper Towns. Six miles outside Quebec are the Montmorency Falls, one and half times higher than Niagara and crossed by a suspension bridge.
12 - Monday 29 October Montreal (Canada) 0700 1800
Montreal sits on the St Lawrence River, and combines the flavours of North America with the culture of France. Old Montreal has a strong caf' culture, interesting shops and the Jean-Talom Market in Little Italy. The grand City Hall can be found near the port, and early high-rise commercial buildings can be seen on the Place d'Armes. Montreal has many art galleries and museums, and the 19th-century Basilica of Notre Dame.
Code Category Status Latest Price
H Window Suite GUARANTEE £6099pp
G Window Suite AVAILABLE £6329pp
F Deluxe Veranda Suite AVAILABLE £7069pp
E Deluxe Veranda Suite AVAILABLE £7299pp
D Concierge Suite WAIT LIST £7819pp
C Penthouse Suite WAIT LIST £7969pp
B Penthouse Suite CLOSED £8189pp
A Penthouse Suite AVAILABLE £8419pp
NS Navigator Suite WAIT LIST £9689pp
GS Grand Suite WAIT LIST £11179pp
MS Master Suite CLOSED £12669pp
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