Windstar Cruises Canada / New England Cruises

Allow yourself to be enchanted by the cuisine, culture, and scenery of Canada and New England with Windstar Cruises. Along your Windstar Cruises journey through Canada and New England, you’ll learn the fascinating and tumultuous history of the region while being immersed in the cultures that set it apart. Provincetown, for example, is where modern America began and Boston is where she started her journey to independence. Bar Harbor, Maine is a quaint coastal town with flavorful seafood and amazing scenery. Quebec is Canada’s only predominantly French-speaking province and is a wonderful focal point of French culture, and Charlottetown boasts stunning architecture and classic cobblestone streets. Plus, just beyond each port city is where you’ll discover what might be Canada and New England’s most cherished feature, the natural beauty set to a backdrop of autumn’s changing leaves. Find out more about Windstar Cruises to Canada and New England by calling The Cruise Web today at 1-800-377-9383.

 

Things to Do on a Canada and New England Cruise with Windstar Cruises

 

Windstar’s cruises to Canada and New England open the door to endless cultural exploration, culinary adventures and historical discovery. Visit the site of the Boston Massacre, which sparked the beginning of the American Revolution. Walk along the footsteps of the Pilgrims in Provincetown, the site of the Mayflower landing. Immerse yourself in the French-inspired culture of Quebec, click your heels down the cobblestone streets of Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island and indulge your artistic side in Canada’s creative capital of Montreal. Canada and New England are waiting to share their art, culture, and history with you on a Windstar Cruise. Find out our recommended excursions while cruising to Canada and New England with Windstar to experience everything the areas have to offer:

 


Dunes near Provincetown, MA
  • America’s History (Provincetown, Massachusetts, United States)
    Provincetown is a focal point in American history. It is where the pilgrims landed in 1620, and where America’s first constitution, The Mayflower Compact, was written. Make sure you visit the Pilgrim Monument, Race Point Lighthouse, and the Provincetown Museum to discover the earliest American history.
     

 


Harbour in Halifax, Nova Scotia
  • Halifax Craft Beer Renaissance (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada)
    Halifax has more pubs per capita than any other Canadian city. Enjoy the renaissance of craft beer and take a tour with an experienced guide. Also check out the boardwalk, which has many unique shops, the longest running saltwater ferry, and a 200-year-old restored fishing village. Be sure you try the official food of Halifax, fabled donair, which is a pita, meat, and sauce.
     

 


Acadia National Park in Maine
  • Acadia National Park (Bar Harbor, Maine)
    Acadia National Park is one of America’s most breathtaking natural treasures. Acadia boasts over 50 square miles of steep mountains, crisp lakes, lush forests, towering granite cliffs, and picturesque views surrounding the small coastal town of Bar Harbor. All outdoor enthusiasts should make time to experience Acadia.
     

 


Raw Oysters from Canada
  • Taste of the Town (Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada)
    Stroll through the streets of Charlottetown and marvel at the Victorian-era houses and buildings. Try the fresh seafood: oysters, mussels, and lobster. Check out the Province House and the Confederation Centre of the Arts, both of which are designated as National Historic Sites of Canada.
     

 


USS Constitution in Boston, MA
  • American Revolution Birthplace (Boston, Massachusetts)
    Immerse yourself in the rich history of the United States by visiting Boston, MA. Founded in 1630 by Puritan settlers, Boston is one of the oldest American cities. It was a focal point for the beginning of the American Revolution with the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea Party occurring here. Visitors should check out the Faneuil Hall Marketplace, the JFK Library and Museum, and the USS Constitution.
     

 


Cliffs near Gaspe, Quebec
  • Walking Tour in Forillon National Park (Gaspe, Quebec, Canada)
    Enjoy a walking tour through the Forillon National Park and see geological formations and phenomena up to 450 million years old. Peer out at the magnificent landscape that is filled with the vast sea, majestic mountains, and dizzying cliffs. Take in the 10 different rock formations, colonies of seabirds, and the artic-alpine plants that give the park its character.
     

 

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