The East Coast of Canada Sailing from Southampton
CRUISE THROUGH THE TURNING OF THE CANADIAN LEAVES ABOARD P&O CRUISES ARCADIA
Cruise with Arcadia from Southampton for an in-depth journey into the wild beauty of Canada - think rugged coasts, wildlife, crab shacks and lighthouses. With a full day in each port, and two full days in Quebec, you’ll have plenty of time to explore ashore.
Once a year departure - 16 September 2019
BOOK BY 28 FEBRUARY & RECEIVE
• 5% low deposit
• On board spending money up to £860
• Save up to £98 per cabin from May 2019 with the removal of tipping
Step aboard in Southampton & straight into that holiday feeling. No flights, no hassle. Just the excitement of the days ahead and the promise of memorable moment. So, relax and raise a toast as the UK drifts from sight. Before you know it, you'll be watching your destination come into view. But where will it be?
Halifax is the principal city of Nova Scotia and one of the most dramatically indented coastlines in the world. It is also one of the closest Canadian ports to Europe, hence its early prominence in transatlantic trade (Samuel Cunard was born here). For lovers of maritime history, a call at the cruise port Halifax will be one of the most memorable of a cruise around the USA’s Eastern Seaboard and the Canadian Maritimes.
Always a highlight of a ‘Fall Foliage’ cruise along the New England and Canadian coastline, Quebec City is a living testimonial to the grace of Old Europe. Its steep cobbled streets make an atmospheric counterpoint to the trees blazing crimson, yellow and gold and creating one of the most dazzling spectacles on earth.