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Atlantic Coast Harbors

Cruise Line: Seabourn
Date: 22 October 2017
Duration: 14 nights
Ports of call: Montreal | Quebec | Cap-aux-Meules, Quebec | Sydney, Canada | St John, New Brunswick | Bar Harbor | Salem, Massachusetts | Charleston | Miami
Cruise Only Fly Cruise
Suite £3,499 £CALL

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Atrium Atrium
Boutique Boutique
Casino Casino
Fitness Studio Fitness Studio
Grand Salon Grand Salon
Marina Marina
Observation Bar Observation Bar
Patio Bar Patio Bar
Pool Pool
Restaurant 2 Restaurant 2
Seabourn Square Seabourn Square
Sky Bar Sky Bar
Spa Pool Spa Pool
Spa Terrace Spa Terrace
Spa Villa Spa Villa
The Club The Club
The Colonnade The Colonnade
Restaurant Restaurant
The Spa The Spa
Whirlpools Whirlpools
Seabourn Quest Seabourn Quest
 
Day Port Arrival Departure
1 Montréal, Québec
Montreal, an island city of approximately three million people, claims to be the largest French-speaking city outside of Paris. It was here in 1535 that Jacques Cartier, the first European to explore the St. Lawrence River, founded a small settlement on the island. This settlement failed, so the official founding date of the city is May 1642. In modern days, Expo '67 and the Summer Olympics of 1976 brought hundreds of thousands of visitors to Montreal. Major conventions, film festivals and cultural events are held in Montreal, attracted by the city's extensive facilities, fine hotels and excellent dining.
Sun 22 Oct 2017 Sun 22 Oct 2017 17:00
2 Quebec City, Quebec
Founded in 1608 as a fur-trading base by Samuel de Champlain, Québec has a long and exciting history. In 1759, the English defeated the French on the Plains of Abraham and helped determine the outcome of the French and Indian Wars, which under the Treaty of 1763, established British supremacy in Canada. The joie de vivre and panache, however are totally French, as are the cuisine, language and heritage. The first buildings were close to the St. Lawrence waterfront and are known as Lower Town. Most hotels are on a hill that rises steeply from the river in what today is called Upper Town. Québec is still North America's only walled city north of Mexico. Handsome old structures throughout the city are fine examples of classical French architecture. The towers and spire of the imposing Château Frontenac Hotel, built by the Canadian and Pacific Railway in 1892, lend the city an aura of the Belle Epoque.
Mon 23 Oct 2017 08:00 Mon 23 Oct 2017
3 Quebec City, Quebec
Founded in 1608 as a fur-trading base by Samuel de Champlain, Québec has a long and exciting history. In 1759, the English defeated the French on the Plains of Abraham and helped determine the outcome of the French and Indian Wars, which under the Treaty of 1763, established British supremacy in Canada. The joie de vivre and panache, however are totally French, as are the cuisine, language and heritage. The first buildings were close to the St. Lawrence waterfront and are known as Lower Town. Most hotels are on a hill that rises steeply from the river in what today is called Upper Town. Québec is still North America's only walled city north of Mexico. Handsome old structures throughout the city are fine examples of classical French architecture. The towers and spire of the imposing Château Frontenac Hotel, built by the Canadian and Pacific Railway in 1892, lend the city an aura of the Belle Epoque.
Tue 24 Oct 2017 Tue 24 Oct 2017 18:00
4 At Sea
Wed 25 Oct 2017 Wed 25 Oct 2017
5 Cap-aux-Meules, Quebec, CA
This island in the archipelago in the Gulf of St. Lawrence offers scenic fishing villages and wind- and water-sculpted coastlines of eerie beauty. The church of St. Pierre at Laverniere was constructed from the wreckage of ships that foundered on the offshore shoals. A lighthouse now warns others away.
Thu 26 Oct 2017 08:00 Thu 26 Oct 2017 17:00
6 Sydney,Canada
The coast of Cape Breton Island is washed by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the Northumberland Strait. Its land mass encloses the Bras d'Or, an inland sea with perhaps the least polluted salt water in the world. The island was claimed for England by John Cabot in 1497. The early settlers, predominately from the Highlands of Scotland, were reminded of their homeland by the rugged hills near Baddeck. The island's topography is characterized by massive rolling hills, picturesque valleys and craggy coasts. Gaelic was the language spoken then and it is still quite common today in the central part of the island. In the 18th century, the French dominated this area and Acadian French is the first language in many villages today. They gave the name of Cape Breton to this desolate headland that juts far out into the Atlantic Ocean.
Fri 27 Oct 2017 08:00 Fri 27 Oct 2017 18:00
7 At Sea
Sat 28 Oct 2017 Sat 28 Oct 2017
8 Saint John, New Brunswick
Saint John is the largest city in New Brunswick, the second-largest in the Canadian Maritimes and the only city on the Bay of Fundy. That bay has been the key to the city’s reputation since it was founded. It was originally an important wooden ship building center, with plentiful forests on one side and a protected reach to the sea on the other. Today visitors are attracted by the unique phenomenon that results from the huge, 28-foot tide change in the Bay of Fundy. The St. John’s River, which flows right through town, actually reverses direction for a few hours at high tide. A stretch of rocky river-bottom in the heart of the city is famous as the Reversing Rapids. A busy port and bustling city, Saint John is nevertheless exceptionally hospitable to visitors, with a “greeting committee” of volunteers who meet cruise ships, and streets full of buskers, jugglers and other colorful characters making the day fun for newcomers. You are bound to enjoy your day here.
Sun 29 Oct 2017 08:00 Sun 29 Oct 2017 18:00
9 Bar Harbor, Maine, US
As the state of Maine stands apart from the rest of New England, so does Mount Desert Island stand apart from the rest of Maine. When French explorer Samuel de Champlain first dropped anchor here in 1604 he was so impressed by the outline of its towering peaks that he named it "the island of wilderness mountains" - Isle des Monts Deserts. Locals call it the place where the mountains meet the sea. Pink granite mountains give way to pristine freshwater lakes on one side and the mighty Atlantic on the other. Mount Desert's largest town, Bar Harbor, existed for decades as a small local resort and farming community. By the turn of the century, Bar Harbor had gained a reputation as a playground for the rich. In 1916, some of the more conservation-minded residents got together and purchased some 33,000 acres of land and donated it to the government as Acadia National Park, the only national park in the New England states.
Mon 30 Oct 2017 08:00 Mon 30 Oct 2017 17:00
10 Salem, Massachusetts
Located just 15 miles northeast of Boston, Salem’s quaint and atmospheric state today belies its long importance as a seaport for the burgeoning American colonies and republic. Where today it is best known for its distant past, it was once the hub of the East Indian spice trade in North America, Visitors can walk the decks of the Friendship of Salem, a replica three-masted East Indiaman docked at the town’s Pickering Wharf. Thanks to Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible, the world also knows Salem as the site of a series of witchcraft trials in 1692, and references to those are plentiful in the town. Houses that attract visitors are the Pickman House, the oldest building in Salem, dating from 1664, the Gedney House from 1665 and the House of the Seven Gables made famous by local novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne. Another notable local Nathaniel was Mr. Bowditch, the mathematician who invented modern navigation technique. His home is also a popular site. The Peabody Essex Museum is the oldest continuously operating museum in America, and displays a treasury of Asian art and artifacts, especially a noted collection of Chinese export porcelains.
Tue 31 Oct 2017 08:00 Tue 31 Oct 2017 23:00
11 At Sea
Wed 01 Nov 2017 Wed 01 Nov 2017
12 At Sea
Thu 02 Nov 2017 Thu 02 Nov 2017
13 Charleston, South Carolina
Expansive Charleston Harbor is a major seaport with an aristocratic, colonial city gracing its shores. Your first glimpse of the city's historical importance comes as you sail through the harbor and pass Fort Sumter. This national monument, constructed on a man-made island, marks the spot where the Civil War began. Once ashore, you will delight in strolling through the French Quarter, seeing the elegant homes of the Low Country dating from the 18th and 19th centuries, and shopping for that perfect treasure in one of the city's excellent antique stores.
Fri 03 Nov 2017 10:00 Fri 03 Nov 2017 23:00
14 At Sea
Sat 04 Nov 2017 Sat 04 Nov 2017
15 Miami, Florida
Sun 05 Nov 2017 07:00 Sun 05 Nov 2017
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