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Regent Seven Seas Cruises Canada / New England Cruises

When considering your next vacation, try something different and inspiring, and choose a Canada and New England cruise with Regent Seven Seas Cruises. The natural scenery is amazing, the culture is incredibly unique, and the rich history is rooted deep in the region. Epicureans will be delighted by the fantastic seafood, whether it’s a Rhode Island mussel or a Bar Harbor lobster. Of course, nothing comes close to the colorful leaves gliding gracefully through the crisp air, then resting like an autumn quilt on the forest floor. Visions of beauty and tasty fare will make your Regent Seven Seas Canada and New England cruise a special one.


Things to Do on a New England and Canada Cruise with Regent Seven Seas Cruises


Experience the idyllic landscape of New England and Canada in the fall. Here you can walk through a neighborhood of mansions in Bar Harbor, take a tour of Alexander Graham Bell’s hometown in Sydney and climb to the top of the Statue of Liberty in New York – all from the unparalleled luxury of your Regent Seven Seas Cruises luxury ship.



Regent Seven Seas Cruises ships docked in the early morning on Halifaxs waterfront at Purdys Wharf
  • Art and Architecture (Halifax, Canada)
    Explore the architecture of Halifax which dates back 250 years. Your first stop is the St. Mary’s Basilica, which features the tallest polished granite spire in North America. Then you’ll see the Old Town Clock, a gift from the Duke of Kent. After an impressive tour you’ll head to the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia for an introduction to the art of Halifax and Canada.




Regent Seven Seas Cruises Lady Liberty Statue of Liberty
  • Statue of Liberty In-Depth (New York City, New York)
    Travel to Liberty Island, the home to one of America’s most inspiring and renowned landmarks, the Statue of Liberty. On this tour you’ll get to go inside the pedestal and explore the museum that chronicles the Statue’s creation and symbolism.




Regent Seven Seas Cruises Quebec City old street at dusk
  • The Ghost Tour of Quebec (Quebec City, Canada)
    Walk through the old city of Quebec with a costumed guide who will share the city’s scariest stories and lore – and there sure are lots of stories in the city’s 400-year-old history. Included in the tour are stops at the Place-Royale, where the city was founded, and the Civilization Museum.




Regent Seven Seas Cruises Bass Harbor lighthouse is located in northern Maines Acadia National Park
  • Gilded Age Walking Tour (Bar Harbor, Maine)
    Bar Harbor has an elite history; this New England town was a famed resort for the likes of the Rockefellers, the Astors and the Vanderbilts. You’ll see the “cottages” these rich families erected and the spot where famed composer John Philip Sousa held performances. The tour also includes several Victorian Era mansions which survived the fire of 1947.




Regent Seven Seas Cruises view of Baddeck Lighthouse and sailboat
  • Alexander Graham Bell Museum and Village of Baddeck (Sydney, Canada)
    Spend time learning about the incredible inventions of Alexander Graham Bell, who called Baddeck home in his later life, at a museum dedicated to the man. After the museum you’ll tour the town he lived in and see why he chose this charming place to call home.




Regent Seven Seas Cruises historic Acorn Street in Beacon Hill is one of the most picturesque street in the United States
  • U.S. Presidents – Kennedy and Adams (Boston, Massachusetts)
    Visit the Presidential Library of Boston-born John F. Kennedy, one of America’s most beloved presidents. Here you’ll see interesting exhibits on the issues of Kennedy’s presidency. Then you’ll be taken to nearby Quincy, home of the country’s second and sixth presidents, John and John Quincy Adams. The house called “Peacefield” is filled with original furnishings and paintings.



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Regent Seven Seas Cruises Canada / New England Departure Ports

Learn more about each of the possible departure ports for a Canada and New England cruise with Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Your luxurious Regent Seven Seas Cruises Canada and New England cruise could embark from any of the following cities:

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