Friday 27th of October 2017 until Thursday 9th of November 2017
Autumn Foliage ex Montreal to Miami - aboard Seven Seas Mariner - from $11720.
14 Night Cruise sailing from Montreal to Miami aboard Seven Seas Mariner.
Seven Seas Mariner is the world's first all-suite, all-balcony ship, as well as the first to offer dining by the famed Le Cordon Bleu® of Paris in Signatures, one of four single, open-seating restaurants. Catering to only 700 guests, she is one of the most spacious cruise ships afloat, and, her staff to guest ratio of 1 to 1.6 provides the highest level of personal service in the tradition of Regent Seven Seas.
On just about any night on the Seven Seas Mariner, you'll be tempted to abandon any thoughts of going to bed at a sensible hour. There are dazzling live performances, thrilling games of chance, romantic cabaret acts, hilarious (and sometimes quite talented) Karaoke performances, plus dancing until you have had enough. Need a partner? One of the gentlemen hosts will be honored to spin you around the floor.
You're on vacation! And with renowned "Above and Beyond" service taking care of every little nuance or housekeeping chore, you can spend your time in more pleasurable pursuits. Enjoy peace of mind knowing your children are not only having fun, but are safely attended to. With the Seven Seas Mariner's outstanding 1 to 1.5 guest to crew ratio, you're assured of a matchless level of personal service. So relax!
Highlights of this cruise:
The diversity and rich cultural heritage of Montréal never ceases to captivate the traveler. Take a horse-drawn carriage through the Vieux-Montréal, the largest collection of historic buildings in North America. Browse the shops and boutiques along the 19-miles of neon-lit corridors of the Underground City. Explore the exquisite works on display at the Musée des Beaux Artes or walk part of the Jardin Botanique, the largest Chinese garden in North America.
Welcoming travelers to an innovative and historic cityscape, Nova Scotia’s Halifax offers excellent dining and friendly maritime smiles. Tour Halifax Citadel or take a stroll along the historic waterfront or through the delightful Public Gardens, the oldest Victorian gardens in Canada. Lobster and seafood are local specialties and always tempting to the taste-buds.. The Micmac Indians, called the area ‘Chebuctook’, meaning Great Long Harbor and the city’s ideal location on one of the largest natural harbors in the world made it a strategic asset for convoys in both world wars. Scenic Dartmouth lies on the opposite shore and can be visited by crossing on the oldest saltwater ferry in Canada.
Home to more colleges and universities than any other city in the United States, Boston has been the intellectual capital of America for more than 350 years. Step into the past along Boston’s Freedom Trail, leading you through some of the most interesting chapters in U.S. history: the site of the Boston Massacre, the Old South Meeting House, Faneuil Hall, and Beacon Hill. You will discover 16 of America’s major colonial and revolutionary sites in all, and all within a 1.5-mile walk.
The ‘City that Never Sleeps’ beckons — renowned museums and sites galore by day; the glittering sophistication of clubs, theaters and restaurants by night. Explore Chinatown, Greenwich Village, the United Nations, Central Park’s Museum Mile and Wall Street’s towering steel and glass monuments to commerce, then hop into a cab for an afternoon of world-class shopping along Park and Fifth Avenues.
Charm City is vibrant and exciting, with its distinctive neighborhoods, such areas as Fell's Point, Canton, Federal Hill, Little Italy and Mount Vernon. Be sure to visit the Maryland Science Center, Harborplace and the National Aquarium.
Norfolk, Virginia is a Southern seaport with a storied past that blends history and heritage with contemporary activities and attractions. Minutes away are the world’s largest naval base, Naval Station Norfolk, and also the white sandy beaches of the Chesapeake Bay. Norfolk is your gateway to Virginia Beach, historic Jamestown or colonial Williamsburg, and Hampton Roads, site of the world’s first battle between iron ships during the Civil War.
Port Canaveral, Florida
In modern times, the central section of Florida's Atlantic Coast has come to be known as the Space Coast. Though the former Soviet Union won the "space race" by launching the first manned space flight, the U.S. base of operations was Cape Canaveral Air Force Base and its Kennedy Space Center was then home of NASA operations. In stark contrast to the "High Tech" space industry, the surrounding area is a wildlife preserve, and is a major breeding ground for many endangered seabirds.
Sunny Florida skies, year-round warmth and sunshine, a buzzing nightlife and a mix of cultures define this cosmopolitan city. Celebrity-drenched South Beach attracts people-watchers and the Art Deco District is the largest collection of Art Deco architecture in the world. Tropical style shopping experience's are readily available from Bal Harbor to Lincoln Road and Coconut Grove. Enjoy authentic Cuban cuisine and culture along Calle Ocho or travel back in time with a visit to the historic Venetian Pool. There is something for everyone in this city dubbed the "Gateway to the America's."
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