Canadian Maritime cruises take you through some of the most naturally beautiful, and historically significant, areas of Canada. The Maritime Provinces are found Canada's eastern region. The Maritimes are made up of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island (PEI), ensuring a diverse cruising experience. Some of these cruises also feature Newfoundland and Labrador, two nearby provinces.
In total, all the provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, and Labrador make up the larger region called the Atlantic Provinces -- known for their locations on Canada's eastern coast. This area is full of natural beauty, with national parks and other great features found all over. In addition, The Maritime Provinces were the first European-settled part of Canada. Our luxury Canadian cruises let you experience the Maritimes just like those European sailors of old did -- be it in far greater comfort.
Our favorite Canadian Maritimes attractions
While this region is best known for its affinity for the ocean, it has quite a few attractions that are sure to make your Canadian Maritimes cruises great. Here, our experts weigh in on their favorite attractions in the Maritimes:
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Halifax, Nova Scotia is the largest city in Canada's Maritime region. This Atlantic Oceanside city has lots to do. We recommend taking time to explore the boardwalk, with its dining and shopping. Afterwards, head over to the Halifax Public Gardens for some relaxation.
Florenceville-Bristol, New Brunswick
This little city and port in the New Brunswick Province is known as the "French Fry Capital of the World." Grab some fries and walk around the town, located right on the St. John River.
Interested in cruising the Canadian Maritimes?
The best part about the Maritimes is how easy they are to explore. If you opt out of a tour, you can easily rent a car at your port excursion and drive the Maritimes in a day. Regardless of how you choose to explore the area, it's bound to be a memorable experience. To learn more about Canadian Maritime cruises, contact our experts today.