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Canada in the Fall Cruise

  • Departure DateWed 28th Sep 2022
  • Fred Olsen Cruise Lines Borealis
  • 19 Night Cruise From Liverpool
  • Call us on 0800 197 8050

Itinerary

  • Liverpool
  • Cobh
  • St John
  • Sydney, Canada
  • Baie-Commeau, Quebec
  • Quebec City, Canada
  • Saguenay
  • Corner Brook, Newfoundland
  • Belfast
  • Liverpool

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Platinum Trusted Service Award 2021

Average Customer Rating: 4.9/5Independent Service Rating based on verified reviews.Read all reviews
Feefo Platinum Trusted Service Award

From initial booking and throughout we always receive a unrivalled service.

From initial enquiries onto booking and later customer service we have had exceptional support. Providing wonderful cruise holiday experiences since we first booked with Cruise Kings in 2015. Your teams have worked tremendously hard in making our holidays amazing. Even when we’re not able to go due to the current pandemic you have given timely refunds and helped us re-book for 2021/22.

Mr South / March 2021

Happy customer

Craig was brilliant told him what we wanted and he sent me at least 5 opitions. Then we wanted a few changes and he did it for us without any problems.Excellent service.

Laura / March 2021

Light at the end of the tunnel.

Michelle was great.part of a very professional team.If the holiday is as good as the booking agents it will be fantastic! Many thanks Phil and Gail.

Mr Cox / March 2021

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Day 1 - Liverpool

Arrive: Wed 28 September 2022 / Depart: Wed 28 September 2022

Facilities in Liverpool are constantly being improved to make boarding, stopping off or leaving your cruise ship easy, enjoyable and stress-free.

Day 2 - Cobh

Arrive: Thu 29 September 2022 / Depart: Thu 29 September 2022

The charming seaside town of Cobh, situated in Cork harbour, has served as a route in and out of Ireland for centuries. Formerly known as Queenstown before locals reverted back to the old Irish name in 1922, Cobh was the embarkation point for 2.5 million people who emigrated to America from the 'Emerald Isle' between 1848 and 1950, and was famously the Titanic's final port of call on her ill-fated maiden voyage in 1912. Today, the town sat in world's second largest natural harbour, is known more for its brightly coloured houses and imposing, Gothic revival-style St. Colman's Cathedral, which overlooks the harbour from a dramatically steep hill. At the centre, a number of attractions point to Cobh's fascinating past. The Cobh Heritage Centre examines the gruelling potato famine period, the town’s museum explores Cobh's maritime heritage and the impact of RMS Lusitania's sinking nearby, and the Titanic Experience, where a virtual version of ship's infamous voyage can be experienced.

Day 3 - At Sea

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Day 5 - At Sea

Day 6 - St John

Arrive: Mon 03 October 2022

The capital city of Newfoundland and Labrador has a rich, colourful history. St. John’s has oodles of old world charm, interesting architecture, historic landmarks, beautiful countryside and a cultural scene as fresh as the Atlantic. St. John’s first permanent settlers were the British in the mid-18th century, and North America’s oldest city has long been an exploration gateway to the Avalon Peninsula, Cape Spear and the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve. To this day, St. John's is much-loved by visitors who arrive for the chance to see indigenous wildlife such as puffins, whales and other natural wonders. St. John’s jelly-bean-coloured houses line hilly streets, and the city is home to artists, musicians, and wonderful, cutting-edge eateries. The Downtown district typically offers the best food, pubs, entertainment and shopping, while Signal Hill, one of Canada's National Historic Sites, provides incredible views of the spectacular harbour and surrounding areas.

Day 7 - St John

Depart: Tue 04 October 2022

The capital city of Newfoundland and Labrador has a rich, colourful history. St. John’s has oodles of old world charm, interesting architecture, historic landmarks, beautiful countryside and a cultural scene as fresh as the Atlantic. St. John’s first permanent settlers were the British in the mid-18th century, and North America’s oldest city has long been an exploration gateway to the Avalon Peninsula, Cape Spear and the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve. To this day, St. John's is much-loved by visitors who arrive for the chance to see indigenous wildlife such as puffins, whales and other natural wonders. St. John’s jelly-bean-coloured houses line hilly streets, and the city is home to artists, musicians, and wonderful, cutting-edge eateries. The Downtown district typically offers the best food, pubs, entertainment and shopping, while Signal Hill, one of Canada's National Historic Sites, provides incredible views of the spectacular harbour and surrounding areas.

Day 8 - Sydney, Canada

Arrive: Wed 05 October 2022 / Depart: Wed 05 October 2022

Home to Gaelic-speaking descendants of Scottish settlers, the industrial town of Sydney is the ocean gateway to Cape Breton Island. With easy access to the highlands, the Bras D'Or Lakes and the Fortress Louisbourg National Park, Sydney is the perfect place to start your Nova Scotia adventure. A guided tour of Old Sydney Town gives visitors the chance to visit the magnificent Fortress of Louisbourg, one of Canada’s National Historic Sites, the Alexander Graham Bell Museum and beautiful Baddeck a small yet enchanting village nearby. The Petersfield Provincial Park is also well worth visiting, thanks to the array of monuments from various cultural eras and fantastic views of the harbour.

Day 9 - Gaspe, New Brunswick, Canada

Day 10 - Baie-Commeau, Quebec

Arrive: Fri 07 October 2022 / Depart: Fri 07 October 2022

Located on the banks of the beautiful Saint-Lawrence River, Baie-Comeau is one of Canada’s hidden gems built on history and heritage. The region's landscape has been shaped by glacial retreats and extraordinary natural phenomena – the immense Manicouagan crater is an extraordinary sight. Smothered with forests, this busy industrial city supplies Quebec with large quantities of hydroelectricity from the impressive Manicouagan Reservoir dam. Journeying further into the city centre, away from the busy port-side industries, a calm, peaceful city where quaint cafes and pretty theatres await. The delightful old-town district, known as Vieux-Poste, was established in 1889. Formerly the village of Saint-Eugène-de-Manicouagan, it boasts the oak-framed, stained-glass wonder of the Anglican church of St Andrew, and the pink-granited Sainte-Amélie Church.

Day 11 - Quebec City, Canada

Arrive: Sat 08 October 2022 / Depart: Sat 08 October 2022

Perched atop a cliff that swoops down to the St. Lawrence River, Québec is the only walled city on the American continent north of Mexico. The Canadian city is so akin to old European towns that it’s hard to believe this mainly French speaking city is actually in North America.Québec's style and incredible architecture is unique to this part of the world, which makes this intriguing city ripe for exploration. A stroll along the streets of the Latin Quarter and past the historic fortifications and stone houses of Old Québec, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, provides a real flavour of the city. This area is home to the world’s most photographed hotel, the Château Frontenac.Show less The picturesque Place Royal plaza is considered the birthplace of French civilization in North America and the first permanent settlement in New France. Québec’s famous entertainment comes to life in the summer, when musicians, acrobats and actors in period costume take to the streets, and festivals fill the air with fireworks. The city’s Winter Carnival is arguably the biggest and most colourful festival around. A visit to the Parc de la Chute-Montmorency, where views of the impressive 83-metre high Montmorency Falls are found, is a must – the falls are actually higher and narrower than Niagara.

Day 12 - Saguenay

Arrive: Sun 09 October 2022 / Depart: Sun 09 October 2022

The port city of Saguenay in Quebec, Canada, opens up the Saguenay Fjord Route – a spectacular two-mile waterway of mountains and rising cliffs protected by three National Parks. There is a decidedly French atmosphere and a touch of the old world in the area’s quaint villages. Saguenay is popular with Quebecois who enjoy hiking and kayaking the glacier-carved Saguenay Fjord National Park, a spot of ice fishing or a visit to the Fjord Museum. The mouth of the fjord is home to billions of krill, which attracts various whale species like the Beluga Whale. Saguenay is the union of a number of cities and townships and known mostly for its electricity generation and timber and bauxite exportation. Local attractions include the fascinating glass-blowing workshop and the Angora goat farm where artisans create mohair garments in the traditional manner.

Day 13 - At Sea

Day 14 - Corner Brook, Newfoundland

Arrive: Tue 11 October 2022 / Depart: Tue 11 October 2022

The city of Corner Brook is an historic Canadian city located on the west coast of Newfoundland. Corner Brook is lauded for its fishing, railway and paper industries. It is also steeped in history, and boasts the Captain James Cook Monument, one of Canada’s National Historic Sites. The downtown area is a maze of interlocking brick sidewalks, open green spaces and lots of shops, galleries and restaurants. Although the town is pretty and sleepy, for more adventurous types, there are plenty of outdoor pursuits to try. Marble Mountain Ski Resort is on the doorstep, as is some wonderfully rugged terrain to explore.

Day 15 - At Sea

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Day 19 - Belfast

Arrive: Sun 16 October 2022 / Depart: Sun 16 October 2022

From beautiful coastlines to a fascinating industrial heritage, Belfast is a modern, vibrant and stylish city. Famous for being the birthplace of the RMS Titanic, Northern Ireland's capital offers visitors the chance to visit the Harland and Wolff shipyard and the fascinating Titanic Experience. Only in Belfast can the Titanic story be traced to its source, and the excitement of an era when the city was at the height of its powers relived. Close to Queen’s University lie the fascinating Botanical Gardens, established for over 180 years. The unique Palm House was one of the world’s first cast-iron glass-houses and displays a wide range of tropical plants, ranging from bananas to rubber. Alongside, the Renaissance-styled Ulster Museum tells Ireland’s 9,000-year history through art, ceramics, costume, and prehistoric archaeology. To the city’s northern edge is the impressive Belfast Castle, offering wonderful views of the city as it stands 120m above the Irish Sea.Show less Belfast is also perfectly placed to discover the stunning Giant's Causeway, Northern Ireland's only UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site and an incredible natural wonder steeped in myths and legends.

Day 20 - Liverpool

Arrive: Mon 17 October 2022 / Depart: Mon 17 October 2022

Facilities in Liverpool are constantly being improved to make boarding, stopping off or leaving your cruise ship easy, enjoyable and stress-free.

Borealis From Fred Olsen Cruise Lines

Bearing a name that previously bestowed an Olsen-owned vessel in the 1940s, and inspires thoughts of the Aurora Borealis, elegant Borealis proudly connects with, and represents, our founding family’s history and Norwegian heritage. Stylish, spacious and comfortable, with capacity for fewer than 1,400 guests, she’s in keeping with our commitment to offering a more traditional style of cruising. But while Borealis’ capacity is smaller than many cruise vessels, she’s still one of the largest ships, Show lessby size, in our fleet. On board Borealis you’ll find you’re never overcrowded. There is always ample room in which to indulge yourself in the stylish dining venues, enjoy a glass of your favourite tipple and fantastic entertainment at the bars, lounges and theatres, and while away the hours by the all-season pool. And of course, with our friendly staff providing our typical level of personal, attentive service, there’s an intimate feel to the on board experience too.
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Platinum Trusted Service Award 2021

Average Customer Rating: 4.9/5Independent Service Rating based on verified reviews.Read all reviews
Feefo Platinum Trusted Service Award

From initial booking and throughout we always receive a unrivalled service.

From initial enquiries onto booking and later customer service we have had exceptional support. Providing wonderful cruise holiday experiences since we first booked with Cruise Kings in 2015. Your teams have worked tremendously hard in making our holidays amazing. Even when we’re not able to go due to the current pandemic you have given timely refunds and helped us re-book for 2021/22.

Mr South / March 2021

Happy customer

Craig was brilliant told him what we wanted and he sent me at least 5 opitions. Then we wanted a few changes and he did it for us without any problems.Excellent service.

Laura / March 2021

Light at the end of the tunnel.

Michelle was great.part of a very professional team.If the holiday is as good as the booking agents it will be fantastic! Many thanks Phil and Gail.

Mr Cox / March 2021

Read All Reviews

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