New England Cruises
A cruise to New England offers visitors the chance to encounter some of the most picturesque and historic areas in America. The region has four distinct seasonal personalities, lush summers to explore beaches, brilliant autumn with its forests aflame with reds and golds, crystal-sharp winters perfect for skiing, and verdant spring, the time to poke through antique shops lining a charming village green. With its spectacular sandy beaches, mansions, vineyards, Marinas and quaint fishing villages, a cruise to New England will make for a truly unforgettable experience.
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Newport, home to spectacular coastal scenery, awe-inspiring architecture and a thriving waterfront is one of your first ports of call. Take a tour of one of Newport's opulent mansions or interesting museums, relax and quench your thirst in the nation's oldest tavern, the White Horse Inn built in 1673 and finish the day off with a memorable dining experience at a waterfront restaurant.
Cruise into Boston and enjoy its scenic parks, churches, colonial houses and fashionable neighbourhoods which contrast starkly with the modern skyscrapers of the financial district. The small city centre is perfect to explore on foot, discover the hidden charms of the Charles River, the tree-lined streets and illustrious brownstone houses of Beacon Hill, stroll along cobbled streets and visit the boutiques of Copley Square and Quincy Market. Unearth Boston's rich history walking the Freedom Trail, and sports lovers must catch a baseball game at Fenway Park, the home of Boston's beloved Red Sox!
Other ports of call on a cruise to New England include Bar Harbour, featuring some of the most spectacular scenery and a rich diversity of wildlife on the Eastern Seaboard, climb to the top of Cadillac Mountain where daylight hits before any other place in the US and explore the rugged coastline of Arcadia National Park, and Portland with its unique combination of rich history and vibrant culture.