2-4-1 deal on Maine and Canadian Maritimes

July 19, 2016

Book two passengers for the price of one! Your clients will receive savings of up to U$5,799 per cabin.*  Included in their 12 day cruise are three meals a day, free wine with lunch and dinner, musical entertainment on board and guest lecturers to enhance their experience. Maine and the Canadian Maritimes is a highly sought after destination for 2016. They will see each port up close and personal, without the hassle of dealing with hotel rooms and transportation.
A 2-for-1 cruise price cannot be beat.
Departing soon!
July 29; August 11, 2016
Ports Visited:
Rockland, ME
Bar Harbor, ME
Eastport, ME
St. Andrews, NB
Halifax, NS
Lunenburg, NS
Yarmouth, NS
Digby, NS
Grand Manan Island, NB
Options to Enhance Your
Client’s Cruise
“Stones, Steeples, Ships & Seafood” A Digby Walking Tour
Digby, NS
Take a leisurely walking tour along Admiral’s Walk, Digby’s Loyalist Heritage and several historic homes.  Also, visit an architectural gem, the Trinity Anglican Church, a National Historic Site.  The tour concludes with a succulent seafood sampling at a local establishment.
Annapolis Royal & Port-Royal National Historic Site 
Digby, NS
Journey along one of North America’s oldest thoroughfares with a costumed interpreter and explore the scenic National Historic District – the largest in Canada.  The first capital of Nova Scotia and one of the most fought-over tracts of land in the colonization of North America, Annapolis Royal is a community with an epic saga to relate.  The tour brings 400 years to life, showcasing both past and present.  Discover the many “firsts” the area holds in Canadian history and inside stories behind the national historic sites, colorful characters and landmark buildings.
Grand Manan Island Explorer Tour
Grand Manan, NB
Join your guide for an incredible discovery of unspoiled natural surrounding and beauty of Grand Manan.  As you tour the Island, you’ll learn about the famous Bay of Fundy, which surrounds Grand Manan and is renowned for its tides – the highest in the world.  Over 300 vessels have been wrecked around island for the past two centuries, and you’ll hear of those, and other facets of Grand Manan’s incredible history during your visit.
Roosevelt-Campobello International Park by Catamaran
Saint Andrews, NB
A two for one experience! Visit the Franklin D. Roosevelt’s summer home on Campobello Island and en route on your catamaran boat enjoy Mother Nature at its best.  See an abundance of wildlife in the rich feeding ground of the Bay of Fundy, from many species of whales, seals, porpoise, eagles, and seabirds.  On your way you will pass islands and passages where tidal currents are strong. Upon arrival at Campobello Island you will walk past beautiful flower gardens which lead to the FDR and Eleanor’s magnificent 34 room residence.  Interpretative guides are provided for both the home and gardens.
Historic Walking Tour! Kingsbrae Garden & Afternoon Tea
Saint Andrews, NB
A leisurely walking tour of Canada’s oldest seaside resort town, St. Andrews-by-the-Sea.  Your guide will point out many of these buildings including historic churches, such as All Saints Anglican Church and Greenock Church.  Your walking tour continues to the award winning Kingsbrae garden, a magnificent
27-acre public horticultural garden, named one of the “Top Five North American Gardens worth Traveling For.”  The garden has a collection of over 50,000 perennials in many themed gardens.  Top your afternoon off with tea at their garden cafe, with delicious treats and exquisite views of Ministers Island and Passamaquoddy Bay.
America’s Easternmost Town! A Historic & Scenic Coach Tour
Eastport, ME

Enjoy this Trolley Tour of Eastport, narrated by local guides who will share their knowledge of the history of the area and its unique characteristics. Your tour will begin in the heart of historic downtown. Your guide will tell you amazing stories and treat you to commanding views of the Passamaquoddy and Cobscook Bays and Canadian Islands.
A Celebration of the Arts
Eastport, ME

Welcome to a festive “Evening of the Arts.” Hop from one gallery to the next and view the many interesting works of art on display while sipping local wines and desserts.
Acadia National Park 
Bar Harbor, ME

The striking scenery and diverse resources of Acadia National Park have attracted people for thousands of years. The first inhabitants, Native Americans here more than 5,000 years ago, were followed by the French and English. Awed by its beauty and diversity, early 20th-century visionaries donated the land that became Acadia National Park. Today the park protects more than 47,000 acres, and the simple pleasures of “ocean, forests, lakes, and mountains” that have been sought and found by millions for over a century and a quarter are yours to enjoy.
Historic Rockland Trolley Tour & Farnsworth Art Museum
Rockland, ME
To really experience the iconic city of Rockland, the trolley tour is a must. Climb aboard the 45 minute narrated trolley tour of Rockland and see the highlights of it’s history, from huge Lime Quarries to bustling shipbuilding docks. Then venture closer to the waterfront and you’ll soon learn why Rockland, ME is known as “The Lobster Capital of the World.” Then, enjoy a guided tour of the famed Farnsworth Art Museum, which celebrates “Maine’s Role in American Art” with its nationally recognized collection of works from many of America’s greatest artists. Revel in the nation’s largest collection of works by sculptor Louise Nevelson.  Most notably, the museum’s Wyeth Center features works of Andrew, N.C. and Jamie Wyeth.