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Enjoy Canada and New England and a relaxing Cruise


EC9071 Jul 12 to Jul 21, 2019
EC9081** Sep 13 to Sep 22, 2019

Day 1 Southern Ontario to Montreal, QC
From your local joining points, we board the motor coach and travel east from Toronto to Montreal for an early evening arrival.

Day 2 Montreal, QC
Breakfast is included this morning. Today, a local guide will come onboard the motor coach for a City Tour. In the afternoon, we travel to the Cruise Docks, and board the ms Zaandam (July) or ms Veendam (September). Grandly proportioned, these mid size ships offers an onboard experience defined by spacious comfort and the latest Signature of Excellence features and amenities. While onboard, choose from an array of activities of interest or relax and rejunenate. The ship will be setting sail at 4:00 p.m. (B,D)

Day 3 Quebec City, QC
The singular image of the city is a hotel surrounded by cannons. Built to evoke a mountain castle, Chateau Frontenac sits atop a Cape above the St. Lawrence River. Stroll Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site, with its stone buildings and winding streets, or visit the Petit Champlain district, the port or the Musee de la Civilization, or choose one of the many shore excursions available. In port from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (B,L,D)

Day 4 At Sea
Today as the ship makes her way up the St. Lawrence River enroute to Charlottetown. You can choose to watch the large freighters cruise past, view the extensive coastline or simply explore the many amenities on-board the ship. A day of total relaxation. (B,L,D)

Day 5 Charlottetown, P.E. I.
Canada’s smallest province is an Island that seems to be tethered to New Brunswick by the 12.9 km Confederation Bridge. The largest city on Prince Edward Island, as well as its capital, Charlottetown’s Victorian architecture, parks and its harbourside location, make it a perfect cruise stop. Walk the cobblestones of Victoria Row, see the house that inspired “Anne of Green Gables” or visit the wild shore of Prince Edward Island National Park. The Ship sets sail again at 5:00 p.m. (B,L,D)

Day 6 Sydney, NS
After cruising through the night, you find yourself in Sydney, Nova Scotia, which is located on Cape Breton Island. The region is very well known for their Gaelic traditions and culture, as well as some incredible scenery. The Bras d’or Lakes are located in almost the very centre of the island; the famous Cabot Trail takes you across the Highlands, before descending to the small fishing communities located on the shores of the ocean; and the Island is very well known for a great number of famous residents such as Alexander Graham Bell and Rita McNeil. We are in port from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. (B,L,D)

Day 7 Halifax, NS
Halifax has long been a very important North American port, during both times of war and times of peace. It is also such a charming city, that no one ever minds visiting again and again. You can choose a city tour to learn history and facts of this great Canadian city, or visit the Citadel, sitting majestically over the city, or stroll the picturesque waterfront. The ship arrives in Halifax at 8:00 a.m. and sets sail at 4:00 p.m. (B,L,D)

Day 8 Bar Harbor, ME
The final port on our grand journey will be Bar Harbor, Maine. As the ship approaches this port, you have one of the best opportunities to view fall foliage. Bar Harbor was once the summer destination of choice for elite tourists, which has now turned into a charming and picturesque village. The ship arrives at 7:00 a.m. and departs at 5:00 p.m. (B,L,D)

Day 9 Boston/West Springfield, MA
Welcome to Boston! Here you can almost see history come alive. After disembarking the ship and collecting our luggage, the Tour Director leads us to the waiting motor coach. Once aboard, a local guide provides a city tour of this dynamic destination. From the historic Bunker Hill and home of famed Paul Revere, to the stately Harvard University and Massachusetts Parliament, you will want to have your camera handy. Later take a stroll through Quincy Marketplace and Faneuil Hall. Continue on to West Springfield for overnight. Farewell Dinner included this evening. (B,D)

Day 10 Home
Today is for sharing some fond memories of this great trip with your friends, new and old. There will be time to stop for Duty Free, before we cross back into Canada and return to our home towns. (B)

Cost Includes:

  • Relaxing Motor Coach Transportation, as per itinerary
  • Two nights accommodation
  • Tax and US exchange
  • Inside Stateroom aboard Holland’s ms Zaandam or ms Veedam Cruise Ship Cat. K/L
  • All meals while “on board” the ship
  • Luggage handling – one per person at hotels
  • Breakfast each morning at hotels
  • Guided city tour of Montreal
  • Guided city tour of Boston
  • Farewell Dinner
  • HST
  • Port Fees
  • Services of a Hanover Holidays Tour Director, including during the cruise

Rates (Cdn) Per Person
Inside K/L
July 12
Twin $3699.00 (320.00 tax incl.)
Single $5799.00 (330.00 tax incl.)
DA/E Twin $4169.00 (320.00 tax incl.)
D Twin $4199.00 (320.00 tax incl.)
C Twin $4229.00 (320.00 tax incl.)
B Twin $6099.00 (320.00 tax incl.)
**September surcharge $350.00 Twin K/L
Hanover Holidays offers airfare packages for clients to join this great tour from other Canadian cities in Toronto.


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Cape Breton Island (62)

Cape Breton Island  sign at Canso Causeway

halifax clock tower   waterfront

Lunenburg   Fisheries Museum

Montreal  CruiseStLawrence Montreal for use only to promote Holland America

Peggys Cove2 (9)

Quebec City   for use only to promote Holland America cruise

Veendam   east coast cruise

Boston   Old State House  busy street



Louisburg   Fortress

 Lunenburg   Fisheries Museum

 Montreal   cityscape  Expo Dome


ms maasdam old quebec on the st lawrence 

Place Royal and Funicular




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