Cruise from New York or Boston to Atlantic Canada

So close to home yet worlds apart

  • Top port charlottetown


    Enjoy all the conveniences of a big city with the warmth and charm of a small town. Play at a world-class golf course. Dine on fresh local foods and feast your eyes on one of the prettiest places you'll ever visit.

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    Corner Brook

    Ride the zipline, go kayaking, walk on the Earth's mantle, feast on jigg's dinner and visit trendy retail shops. Welcome to Corner Brook where urban meets nature.

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    Sample fine wines and local beers, dine on fresh seafood, and explore historic fortresses. Learn about the Titanic, shop for fine hand-crafted crystal - you won't get bored in Halifax.

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    Saint John

    Marvel at the world's highest tides and the reversing falls! Walk on the bottom of the ocean floor. Explore North America's first geological park. There's no shortage of wonders to behold.

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    Escape to a town fiercely loyal to its lively Celtic heritage. Surround yourself with stunning natural beauty. Visit to an underground museum. Sydney will take your breath away.

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    Admire the spectacular Bras d'Or Lakes, practice your swing at the Bell Bay Golf Club, go for a drive on the Cabot Trail. For a small resort town, there's no shortage of things to do and sites to see in Baddeck.

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    Newfoundland & Labrador

    Sail past ancient ice bergs while you watch for killer whales. See where Leif Ericson landed and lived 1000 years ago. Meet some of the friendliest people you'll ever encounter.

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    Saint Pierre et Miquelon

    Cruise from New York or Boston to France…without leaving North America. Indulge in fine French cuisine, explore French heritage and culture, and take in the islands' stunning natural beauty.

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    St Andrews by-the-Sea

    Visit a charming seaside town full of quaint shops, restaurants, and museums. Take in a concert, go whale watching, or hit the links or see the historic summer home of Franklin D Roosevelt!

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    Bagpipes, tartans, and kilts - it's not hard to guess the predominant ancestry of this charming seaside town. Eat some lobster, explore the tall Ship Hector, and soak up the warmth of the people.

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    As you sail into the port of Caraquet, let your imagination drift to the 18th century. What would it have been like to be an Acadian mother or father, your family all victims of the 1755 deportation, searching for a safe haven during the French Indian War?

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    Situated on a peninsula at the most narrow part of Prince Edward Island is the thriving small city of Summerside, population 15,000. With a gorgeous, accessible waterfront, multiple downtown shops and restaurants, and nearby excursions, Summerside won’t leave you bored.

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    Shelburne’s stunning scenery and fresh salt air greet you as soon as you step off the ship. The charm of this historic seaside town is almost palpable. Shelburne’s natural beauty, rich heritage, and friendly residents will keep you lingering until you’re forced to return to the ship for your next adventure.

Mission Statement

Atlantic Canada Cruise Association is a regional partnership leading growth and development of the cruise industry to enhance Atlantic Canada's market position.

Growth of the cruise industry in Atlantic Canada provides broad economic benefits to Atlantic Canada through the expansion of port infrastructure to meet the needs of the cruise industry and through strategic marketing partnerships.

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Atlantic Canada Cruise Association
PO Box 29052
Halifax, NS B3L 4T8

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