Pearl Mist, Canadian Maritimes & St Lawrence Seaway ex Toronto to Portland

15 Night Cruise sailing from Toronto to Portland aboard Pearl Mist.

Departure date: 1 September 2021
Embark port: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Cruise line: Pearl Seas Cruises
Ship: Pearl Mist

Cruise Itinerary
Date Activity Arrive Depart
01/09/21 Toronto, Ontario, Canada
02/09/21 Clayton, New York
03/09/21 At sea - -
04/09/21 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
05/09/21 Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
06/09/21 Saguenay River & Fjord, Quebec, Canada
07/09/21 Baie-Commeau, Quebec
08/09/21 Perce, Canada
08/09/21 Gaspe, Quebec. Canada
09/09/21 Iles de la Madelaine, Quebec, Canada
10/09/21 Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada
11/09/21 Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada
12/09/21 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
13/09/21 Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada
14/09/21 Bar Harbor, Maine, USA
15/09/21 Portland, Maine, USA
16/09/21 Portland, Maine, USA
Itinerary may vary by sailing date and itineraries may be changed at the cruise lines discretion. Please check itinerary details at time of booking and before booking other travel services such as airline tickets.
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Cruise Description

15 Night Cruise sailing from Toronto to Portland aboard Pearl Mist.

NOTE: Itinerary shown is an example only. Please check at time of enquiry/booking for exact dates at each port of call.

This amazing cruise explores the most magnificent regions of Canada and Maine. Peruse the picturesque downtown of Bar Harbor, before visiting the stunning natural landscapes of Acadia National Park. Explore Lunenburg and admire the brightly painted buildings that embellish its scenic waterfront. When on Prince Edward Island, let our local expert guide you through Green Gables, the setting for the popular novel, Anne of Green Gables. Be awed on the St. Lawrence Seaway, as you cruise the Thousand Islands adorned with stately mansions, fairytale castles, and historic lighthouses. Discover the charming village of Percé and view the famous Percé Rock. Cruise into scenic Saguenay Fjord and feel the immensity of the forest lined cliffs on either side of you. Before ending this captivating journey, enjoy the European old-world charm of Quebec City and Old Montreal.

Highlights of this cruise:

Overlooking Casco Bay, Portland is home to a wealth of historical and architectural treasures with a rich nautical heritage which has been preserved for centuries. Big city excitement blends delightfully with small-town charm, as fishing vessels bustle in the harbor and Victorian-era buildings still line cobblestone streets.

Lunenburg was the first British Colonial settlement in Nova Scotia and remains one of its most historic and charming villages. Many of the downtown buildings possess a distinctive style with ornamental brackets and towers which complement their brightly painted designs. A growing number of art galleries and crafts shops also make for a rewarding browsing experience. The picturesque Lunenburg waterfront is the home of the world-class Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic, with aquarium exhibits and a replica of Bluenose, Canada’s most- recognized and most-storied ship.

Nova Scotia’s capital is a historic community that still shows a striking resemblance to the Halifax of the 1800s when it was a key naval station in the British Empire. The Halifax Citadel, a military bastion that has been standing for over 250 years, was restored and is still active. The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic on the waterfront celebrates the colorful history of Samuel Cunard, a Nova Scotia native who became a Canadian shipping magnate and founded a successful steamship company. A highlight of the city is Spring Garden Road, a lively neighborhood with intriguing boutiques in a mildly Bohemian setting.

The deep water port of Gaspé is notable for having been the first stop of Jacques Cartier to claim the land for France which is why it is often referred to as the “Birthplace of Canada.” The town is proud to have a magnificent stretch of water in Gaspé Bay, which is considered to be the second largest natural bay in the world. Visit the picturesque Percé, a charming village which also borders Percé Rock, the dominant natural feature of the area.

Québec City is nestled beside the majestic St. Lawrence River, where enchanting old stone houses cozy up to great religious institutions built from the same stone. The old city is a sheer delight for history buffs with a diversity of architectural styles reminiscent of those in England and France. Walk along the streets of Old Québec, and enjoy the magnificent churches, fragrant gardens, and chic boutiques.

Clayton is a hidden treasure located on the south bank of the St. Lawrence River. More than a century ago, the Thousand Islands Region was the playground of the nation’s most powerful. Nearly the entire downtown district is designated as “historic,” with buildings dating back to the late 1800s. For the boating buffs, The Clayton Antique Boat Museum offers the largest collection of fresh-water yachting artifacts on the continent.

End your journey in Toronto, first established as a Native American settlement and French fur trading post and now a vibrant metropolitan area. Within its impressive skyline, there are several cultural hotspots including art galleries, museums, and performance centers. Shoppers will delight in Queen Street West, where chic boutiques replaced this old warehouse area and Kensington Street, where retro style abounds.

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