Boston Heats Up as West Coast Cools

Last year there were 59 home ports for Boston; this year there are 64 and next year there will be 67.  The Port of Boston is now considering expansion. There seems to be an increasing interest in New England/Canada cruises as well as those going south from Boston.   For more information click on this link. I, myself, will be flying out of Boston in August.

 

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Tags: Canada New England New York Boston Massachusetts Port of Boston considers expansion New England/Canada cruises heating up

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Considered doing a New England cruise - but gosh - are they expensive!!  Not on my immediate bucket list.

I didn't realize Boston is so busy with cruise ships.  I want to do a N.E. cruise also but I agree they sure are pricey.

As issues happen in Europe and west coast of Mexico I can see more USA coastal cruises becoming popular. People want to vacation where they think it is safe.

Something to consider for a future sailing.  The DH prefers sailing during the Winter here in the warm Caribbean.  Thanks for the information.

I've never seen the east coast of Canada and a cruise would be beautiful, but we prefer to cruise in last winter/early spring in the Caribbean. 

 

BonMike, you don't know what you're missing!!  Autumn in Halifax is spectacular!!

We have a NE/CANADA cruise on our list, yea they are a might pricey 

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