40% off select cabins October Fall Foliage Cruise, Locks, Legends & Canals of the Northeast!

September 20, 2016

Last chance to book your clients with our amazing 2016 offer! This two-nation cruise includes it all from the glitz and dazzle of the Manhattan skyline to the cobblestone streets and vintage charm of Quebec. The romantic contrast of the city scenes and surging rivers makes this journey worthy to be in our ‘Signature Series’ portfolio. Go where other ships cannot, as we transit the Erie Canal, something only Blount boats can do because of their design. Cruise through the stunning Thousand Islands along the St. Lawrence Seaway, part of the international boundary between the US and Canada. The seaway is a system of locks, canals, and channels dotted with waterfront communities, scenic islands, and amazing wildlife habitats. Explore Quebec City, considered by many to be the most romantic city in North America, before concluding this amazing journey in vibrant Montreal.
Our Retractable Pilot House Allows Us
To Go Where The Big Ships Cannot
Our Retractable Pilot House Allows Us To Go Where The Big Ships Cannot
Locks, Legends & Canals is a signature series itinerary, one that only Blount can do. The retractable pilot house is a patented invention by Luther Blount himself.  Once lowered, our ships can cruise under the lowest bridges of the Erie Canal, a truly unique experience.
14 Day, 13 Night Fall Foliage Cruise
A Blount Signature Series
2016 Departures
40% off select cabins!* 
Book now, as space is limited.
Oct 12 – Oct 25
Oct 14 – Oct 27
2017 Departures
Sept 23 – Oct 6
Sept 29 – Oct 12
Oct 8 – Oct 21
Oct 14 – Oct 27
Life Onboard
Our guests appreciate the casual atmosphere, absence of crowds and ability to access unique ports. Local historians, culinary experts, and naturalists join us on select trips to provide entertainment and information about the region. With no more than 83 guests, these sessions are intimate and educational. A casual onboard experience becomes a hassle-free one in port without crowds. Read More