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  • Cruise the Canadian maritimes at peak season
    Autumn Splendor
    Cruise the Canadian maritimes at peak season
  • IcChâteau Frontenac overlooking the Saint Lawrence River
    The Jewel of Quebec City
    IcChâteau Frontenac overlooking the Saint Lawrence River
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Highlights
  • UNESCO designed Quebec City
  • UNESCO designed City of Montreal
  • Gaspe Peninsula
  • Historical Charlottetown.
Duration
  • 11 days
Port charges
  • $449
Ship
  • Victory 1

Canadian Fall Foliage



Departures

Date
Price
Remarks
22 Oct 2017
$6890
Cabins
  • Cat E
    $6890
    Outside Cabin, Deck 1
  • Cat D
    $7660
    Outside Cabin, Deck 1
  • Cat C
    $8330
    Outside Cabin, Deck 2
  • Cat B
    $8760
    Outside Cabin, Deck 3
  • Cat A
    $9000
    Outside Cabin, Deck 3
  • Cat AA
    $9440
    Outside Cabin, Deck 4
  • Owner's Suite
    $10100
    Outside Cabin, Deck 3
For a full description of the cabins, please see the ship page.
22 Oct 2017
$6890
Cabins
  • Cat E
    $6890
    Outside Cabin, Deck 1
  • Cat D
    $7660
    Outside Cabin, Deck 1
  • Cat C
    $8330
    Outside Cabin, Deck 2
  • Cat B
    $8760
    Outside Cabin, Deck 3
  • Cat A
    $9000
    Outside Cabin, Deck 3
  • Cat AA
    $9440
    Outside Cabin, Deck 4
  • Owner's Suite
    $10100
    Outside Cabin, Deck 3
For a full description of the cabins, please see the ship page.
16 Oct 2018
$7235
Cabins
  • Cat E
    $7235
    Outside Cabin, Deck 1
  • Cat D
    $8043
    Outside Cabin, Deck 1
  • Cat C
    $8747
    Outside Cabin, Deck 2
  • Cat B
    $9198
    Outside Cabin, Deck 3
  • Cat A
    $9450
    Outside Cabin, Deck 3
  • Cat AA
    $9912
    Outside Cabin, Deck 4
  • Owner's Suite
    $10605
    Outside Cabin, Deck 3
For a full description of the cabins, please see the ship page.

Itinerary

Click on each day to see additional details on the destination and the exciting excursions that are included in your cruise fare.
Day 1
Toronto, ON

Guests will board the Victory I in Toronto, Ontario, the most multicultural diverse city on the planet: over 140 languages are spoken.  It’s estimated that over half of Toronto’s residents were born outside Canada, and despite its complex makeup, Torontonians generally get along.  Toronto is a vibrant, big-time city abuzz with activity.  Some of the world’s finest restaurants are found here, alongside happening bars and clubs and eclectic festivals. 

 

Day 2
At Sea
Day 3
Montreal, Quebec

The second largest city in Canada, Montréal takes its name from Mount Royal, a hill in the center of the city with three distinct peaks. A UNESCO City of Design (one of only a few in the world) Montréal boasts over 50 national historic sites, including numerous churches, and a lively downtown arts and cultural scene. The official language of the city is French, though, at home, many speak a version of the language called Québécois French. This evening, gather for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres as we embark on our Great Lakes journey.

Day 4
Quebec City, QC

Hailed as the most French city outside of France, Québec is a spectacle of history, architecture, and activity. After a light breakfast, we’ll go ashore and immerse ourselves in the charm and character of Old Québec (Vieux-Québec), the last remaining fortified city north of Mexico. We’ll see the public square, known as Place Royale, historic Petit-Champlain, and Notre-Dame-des-Victoires. Next, we’ll ride the Old Québec Funicular to the impressive Château Frontenac, perched atop Cape Diamond. Then, we’ll explore the fortress area of the Upper City passing Place d'Armes, the Québec Seminary, and the Convent. The rest of the afternoon is yours to enjoy at leisure or on an optional excursion into the surrounding countryside.

Day 5
At Sea
Day 6
Gaspe Peninsula

This afternoon, we’ll arrive in the quiet, bayside town of Gaspé on the northeastern tip of Québec. Gaspé was claimed for France by Jacques Cartier who took refuge from a storm here in 1534. From this seaside town, we’ll take a scenic one-hour coach ride to Percé where we’ll board a boat and cruise to the Rock of Percé, a dramatic natural rock formation just off shore. Then we’ll continue to Bonaventure Island, a former mecca for poets and painters and home of 293 different bird species – including puffins, cormorants, murres, auks, black-legged kittewake, boreal chickadees, and one of the largest colonies of gannets in the world. Back on shore, time permitting, we’ll enjoy free time in picturesque Percé before returning to the pier and the ship.

Day 7
Charlottetown P.E.I

Located on Prince Edward Island, Canada's tiniest and most charming province, Charlottetown is famous for its red earth and white beaches. During our excursion today, we’ll follow a trail through the same historic streets the delegates walked when they gathered in 1864 for the conference that led to the Confederation of Canada. Then, we’ll drive along the North Shore to Cavendish Bay, Prince Edward Island National Park, and the farmstead that inspired L.M. Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables. Enjoy free time strolling along the shores of the bay before we return to the ship for an exceptional dinner overlooking the sea.

Day 8
At Sea
Day 9
Halifax, Nova Scotia

Today, we’ll board a restored Double Decker Bus – with a kilted driver and guide – for an upbeat tour of Nova Scotia’s capital city. We’ll see the Province House, the original home of Britain’s first overseas government and the seat of Nova Scotia’s current government. Visit the star-shaped Halifax Citadel to watch the changing of the sentry and hear the Royal Artillery fire the Noon Gun or the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic with memorabilia from the Titanic. Then we’ll make our way back down to Pier 21 and enjoy perusing the eclectic waterfront shops before returning to the ship for lunch and a relaxing afternoon of sailing along the coast of Nova Scotia.

Day 10
At Sea
Day 11
Portland, ME

After breakfast guests will depart the Victory I for the airport.

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