With Canadian Maritime cruises, you'll explore the eponymous providences of Canada -- some of the most historically important and beautiful destinations that the country has to offer. Found in the eastern parts of Canada, the Maritime Provinces are made up by Prince Edward Island (PEI), Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick. Popular among Canadian and St. Lawrence Seaway cruises, you'll also occasionally have the chance to visit nearby provinces Newfoundland and Labrador.
Bringing you to an area known for the beauty of its provincial and national parks, and Canada's earliest European-settled area, each Canadian Maritime cruise is a memorable experience. You'll see history and incredible nature alike, exploring it all from the comfort of a luxury cruise ship.
Most often, cruises to the Maritime Provinces will visit Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island and Halifax, Nova Scotia. These two cities offer a uniquely urban perspective on the predominantly natural provinces with lots of great attractions.
Maritime Provinces are visited by the following Canadian, New England, and Great Lakes Cruises
AMERICAN QUEEN VOYAGES (VICTORY CRUISES)
The best part of Canadian Maritimes cruises is how easy the region is to explore. If you opt out of an excursion, you can easily rent a car at the port and explore the Maritimes. Driving the entirety of them can easily take place in less than a day. Regardless of whether you see the Maritime provinces with a tour or on your own, it's bound to be a memorable experience. To learn more about Canadian Maritime cruises, engage our experts today.
Update 2-11-22 BB