What cruise ships travel through New England?
There are a number of vessels that offer cruises through the coastal waters of New England, and we offer our cruises on what we consider the top three: the sleek and elegant Le Dumont-d'Urville
, and the well appointed sister expedition cruise ships M/V Victory I
and M/V Victory II
. Each of these ships offers comfortable accommodations, deluxe appointments onboard, delicious meals in the dining areas, and of course hand-crafted itineraries that highlight the best that New England has to offer.
How much does a New England cruise cost?
New England cruises range in price from $3,400 per person to $8,000 per person, but the majority of the 9-13 day itineraries average between $4,500-$6,000 per person. While these are a bit more expensive than other cruises in the continental United States, the value definitely makes it worth it in all the experiences that you will have on your cruise.
What will I see and do on a New England cruise?
New England tours are great for travelers seeking an active experience with opportunities for relaxation. Among the activities you will experience on your New England cruise are highlights like cycling, historic tours, whale watching, strolling through parks, and savoring the delicious seafood, lobster, and wine for which the region is known.
What are the top cruise ports in New England?
The small port towns and big cities along the New England coast characterize this region and its unique and relaxing atmosphere. The top cruise ports in New England include Boston, Martha's Vineyard, Newport, Bar Harbor, Rockland, and Provincetown. Some New England cruises go as far as Canada, traveling down the St. Lawrence River to destinations like Montreal, Halifax, and event Niagara Falls and the Great Lakes.
Should I do a land tour or a cruise of New England?
New England's culture and history was built on its long coastline, and there's no better way to visit all of the staple destinations than a cruise. Land tours might focus more on a very small area or even just one city, whereas a cruise is carefully designed to show off the best that each new town has to offer every day.
When is the best time to travel to New England?
The New England cruising season starts in May and runs through October, with a peak in the beautiful autumn months of September and October, when the fall foliage is in full transition. If you’re planning a family trip and hoping to take advantage of the break, summer is a fantastic time to enjoy a cruise of the eastern seaboard of North America, all the way from Nova Scotia in Canada to the sun-kissed Bahamas, passing through historic New England and the Atlantic Coast of the U.S.