From Montreal to New England
Discovering Historic Towns and Scenic Waterways aboard the Yorktown
The natural beauty and richly layered history of Canada and New England are ours to discover on this fascinating voyage aboard the 138-guest Yorktown. Setting out from Montreal, Quebec’s cosmopolitan capital, we sail north along the Saguenay River to the Gaspé Peninsula, where Jacques Cartier first claimed Canada for France. Our voyage continues to the picturesque coast of Canada’s maritime provinces, including the pastoral landscapes of Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia, with its historic villages and bucolic countryside. Our journey ends as we navigate the New England coast, calling at such places as famed Acadia National Park, where rugged granite crags meet the sea, and Boothbay Harbor, where the heritage of shipbuilding is still alive.
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