Cruise to Canada & New England

Watch History repeat itself

Watch the Leaves turn on our New England & Canada Cruises. No Raking required.

Along the coastline of Canada & New England is where the deep-blue sea meets rich autumn hues. There is so much beauty and opportunities to explore on our Canada cruise. Witness the changing autumn foliage, one of nature's amazing spectacles. It’s also where you’ll travel back to the Gilded Age and explore Bar Harbor, an opulent summer retreat built for the 19th-century elite. Québec City’s iconic Chateau Frontenac is where you’ll find the best views of the Saint Lawrence River. And be sure to save an afternoon for a true “downeast” lobster bake. Cruise Canada and New England with Norwegian and spent unforgettable Canada holidays.

Canada & New England Cruises

Award Winning

If there is one season that Mother Nature loves to flaunt, it's fall. And there's no better view of this amazing spectacle than on our cruise to Canada & New England. Add our award-winning restaurants, casinos, and entertainment and you'll have a holiday of a lifetime.

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Canada & New England CRUISE SHIPS

Take a cruise on Norwegian Dawn
  • Ship
    92,250 Gross Register
    Tonnage
  • Guest
    2,340 Guest
    Capacity
    (double occupancy)
  • Length
    965ft Overall
    Length
  • Width
    125ft Max
    Beam
  • Year
    2002 Year
    Built
  • Crew
    1,032 Ship
    Crew
  • Ship
    164,600 Gross Register
    Tonnage
  • Guest
    4,266 Guest
    Capacity
    (double occupancy)
  • Length
    1,069ft Overall
    Length
  • Width
    136ft Max
    Beam
  • Year
    2015 Year
    Built
  • Crew
    1,733 Ship
    Crew
  • Ship
    93,530 Gross Register
    Tonnage
  • Guest
    2,394 Guest
    Capacity
    (double occupancy)
  • Length
    965ft Overall
    Length
  • Width
    125ft Max
    Beam
  • Year
    2007 Year
    Built
  • Crew
    1,070 Ship
    Crew

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