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St. Lawrence Seaway Cruise - All-Inclusive and Now Half-Off

11 days

A Small Ship Journey from Halifax to Detroit for 202 guests

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Discover the Maritimes + French Canada

+ Discover the landscapes and farmstead that inspired the settings for the beloved book Anne of Green Gables.
+ Go whale-watching in the Saguenay Fjord, one of the best places in the world to see huge blue whales and humpbacks!
+ Stand on the Plains of Abraham in Quebec where a decisive 1759 battle changed the fate of North America, and tour one of the world’s preeminent botanical gardens in Montreal.
+ Delight in the magnificent scenery of the 1,000 Islands, a remote and picturesque archipelago of 1,800 islands and islets in the Saint Lawrence River as it emerges from Lake Ontario.
+ Cruise into the very heart of Horseshoe Falls and sample the fiŽne wines of the Niagara Peninsula.
+ Delve into fascinating chapters of music history at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, designed by I.M. Pei.
+ Includes 1 UNESCO World Heritage Site

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Board the mv Victory II in Halifax, Nova Scotia

Our chauffeured transfer takes you from the airport to the pier where the elegant mv Victory II awaits. Settle in to your outside stateroom before joining your fellow guests for dinner with free-flowing wines, cocktails and beverages.
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Cruising off the coast of the Canadian Maritimes

This day at sea is enhanced by engaging talks with our Canada experts, elegant dining, convivial conversation, and our open bar. 
Meals B+L+D


Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

This charming town of 35,000 was the site of the 1864 Charlottetown Conference where delegates from the Maritime colonies first met in a process that led to the Confederation of Canada. Explore its historic streets and then travel along the north shore to Prince Edward Island National Park, a beautiful coastal refuge. Fans of the novel Anne of Green Gables will delight in today’s visit to the L.M. Montgomery’s Cavendish National Historic Site which encompasses the landscapes and home that inspired the settings for Ms. Montgomery’s beloved tale of a red-haired orphan.
Meals B+L+D


Cruising the Gulf of St. Lawrence

As we navigate through the pristine waters off the coast of New Brunswick, our shipboard experts will be on-hand to share deeper insights into the history, stories and natural wonders of French Canada and the Maritimes. Fine dining, time to engage with your fellow travelers and our open bar enhance this delightful day at sea. 
Meals B+L+D


Whale Watching Expedition

The wild waters off Tadoussac where the Saguenay River flows into the St. Lawrence is one of the most exciting whale-watching sites on the planet. Between May and October, blue whales and magnificent humpbacks gather here to feed in the nutrient-rich Saguenay Fjord. Boarding the maneuverable Grand Fleuve, crewed by experts in whale behavior, you’ll enjoy on one of the most thrilling wildlife viewing adventures of your life! 
Meals B+L+D


Bienvenue à Québec!

With our expert Québécois guide, your tour begins on the Plains of Abraham where the British won a decisive 1759 battle against the French, thereby changing the fate of North America! In Place Royale, one of the oldest settlements on the Continent, you’ll find a fine ensemble of 17th and 18th-century buildings. Outside of town, visit Montmorency Falls and ride the cable car to take in the views over the countryside. After lunch onboard, you can step off ship to explore the cobblestone streets of the Petit Champlain Quarter where stately stone buildings and centuries-old fur trading posts are now home to boutiques and cafes. From here, a funicular can take you up to the Château Frontenac where you’ll have fine views of the St. Lawrence River.
Meals B+L+D


Ashore in Montreal

Today’s excursion explores one of Canada’s most cosmopolitan cities. In the engaging company of our local guide, your walking tour through historic Old Montreal includes the Notre Dame Basilica, a Gothic Revival landmark. Then drive to the top of Mount Royal for a commanding view over the city. At the Montreal Botanical Garden, you’ll discover one of the world’s preeminent gardens with 22,000 different plant species that provide habitat for 200 unique birds.
Meals B+L+D


Cruising the St. Lawrence River into Lake Ontario

Unlike larger cruise ships that don’t sail beyond Montreal, the intimate Victory II continues its voyage today up the St. Lawrence. As we near Lake Ontario, you’ll want to be on-deck in one of the inviting outdoor lounges or near a picture window as our vessel navigates the 1,000 Islands, a picturesque archipelago of more than 1,800 islands and islets. These waters were once patrolled by pirates and Prohibition-era bootleggers, but today it’s just a peaceful haven between northern New York and southern Ontario. Densely forested shorelines, historic lighthouses, tranquil bays and remote cottage hideaways make this one of the most enchanting places in North America. By evening, we’ll be sailing across the waters of Lake Ontario toward Niagara Falls. 
Meals B+L+D


Into the Heart of Niagara Falls

Step off ship this morning in Port Colborne, the southern entrance to the historic Welland Canal which opened in 1829 - and still plays a vital role in Great Lakes Shipping. Travel through the lovely vineyard-laced landscapes of the Niagara Peninsula, and embark a thrilling Hornblower Cruise that will take you through the Great Niagara Gorge and past Bridal Veil Falls into the very heart of Horseshoe Falls! Enjoy a wine-tasting and lunch on a local vineyard estate, and then explore the charming town of Niagara-on-the-Lake. Return to ship with time to refresh before you sit down to another congenial dinner onboard. 
Meals B+L+D


Discover Cleveland + The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Encompassing humor, fascinating facts and colorful historic anecdotes, this morning’s trolley tour is a terrific way to explore the landmarks and colorful stories of Cleveland. Taking you from the historic warehouse district to lively Playhouse Square, you’ll also drive past the ornate mansions of Millionaire’s Row - described by Baedeker’s at the turn-of-the-century as the Showplace of America. After lunch onboard, enjoy your complimentary admission to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Set in a striking structure designed by I. M. Pei, you’ll discover more than a museum of rock and roll memorabilia. Perusing its exhibits at your own pace, you’ll explore the evolution of this musical genre that shaped a nation and a generation. 
Meals B+L+D


Disembark in Detroit

Upon disembarking the mv Victory II in Detroit, we’ll take you to the airport for your homeward flight. 
Meals B

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Our deluxe Victory vessel  


Half-Off With All
This Included

+ Private Chauffeured Transfers
+ All Shipboard Gratuities
+ Open Bar
+ Free WiFi
+ Outside Stateroom
+ All Shore Excursions
+ Shipboard Experts
+ Fine Dining in Two Unique Venues
+ Free-Flowing Wine

On Anne of Green Gables’ Trail on Prince Edward Island  

Before there was Katniss Everdeen, Lyra Belaqua, or even Hermione Granger, there was Anne Shirley - and that’s Anne with an "e," - better known as Anne of Green Gables... Read More >>


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Prices above reflect 50% discount. Port charges of $449 per person are not included.

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