Canada, New England, New York cruise ports

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Stroll the cobblestone streets of one of America's most historic cities, home to such patriots as Paul Revere, Ben Franklin, and Drew Bledsoe. Discover a living museum where almost four centuries of American history can be traced. When it comes to variety, see why Boston is called the Hub. Nightclubs and theaters, the North End and Chinatown, Fenway Park and Boston Common can all be found here.

Cruises to Boston, Massachusetts
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Halifax is perfect for exploring on foot, with tree-lined streets, inviting sidewalk cafes, and museums in a park-like waterfront setting. Discover historic dockside vessels at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. Stroll lazily through one of the finest Victorian city gardens in North America. Experience the charm of Peggy's Cove, as ships from every corner of the globe sail by in the background.

Cruises to Halifax, Nova Scotia
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Saint John is a spectacular commerical port at the intersection of the St. John River and the Bay of Fundy. Visitors will be exhilarated by the pounding surf and sounds of the world's highest tides, best viewed at Reversing Falls. Saint John features a climate-controlled pedway system, allowing the utmost comfort as you visit attractions including the Canada Games Aquatic Centre and Old City Market.

Cruises to Saint John, New Brunswick
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The rising sun lights the top of Cadillac Mountain before any other spot in the United States, and on island-dotted Penobscot Bay, Bar Harbor welcomes you. Tall ships unfurl their sails while seals and porpoises play in the wide blue bay. Admire the rugged coastline preserved in Acadia National Park. Then watch as a traditional lobster bake is prepared, and enjoy a cup of wild Maine blueberries.

Cruises to Bar Harbor, Maine
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Quebec City is the capital of Canada's province of the same name. Most of the city's residents speak French and are Roman Catholic. Important cultural institutions in the city include Laval University, the concert hall, and the Grand Theatre. Winter sports are popular, especially ice hockey and skiing. Popular events include the 3-week-long Winter Carnival and the Provincial Exhibition.

Cruises to Quebec City, Quebec
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Charlottetown is the capital and commercial center of Prince Edward Island. Places of historical importance are plentiful, including Government House, Province House National Historic Site, and Ardgowan National Historic Park. To get a taste of maritime culture, listen to a fiddler's reel, go to the local theater, or enjoy the Winter Carnival.

Cruises to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
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Montreal, the heart of French Canada, is a city full of wonders. The downtown is a mixture of modern towers and Victorian architecture. Visit any of the area's countless museums. Shop on St. Catherine Street and Sherbrooke Street West. The Old Port and Old Montreal are located between the river and city center, and boast an array of museums, boutiques, and sidewalk cafes.

Cruises to Montreal, Quebec