The fall foliage in the Canadian Maritimes and New England is among the most famous in the world. The natural beauty of our destinations is enhanced by stunning autumn hues, making it the most vibrant time of year to cruise. Each day, discover a new port, or magnificent landscape emblazoned with the colors of fall, as our local expert guides you through charming towns, historic landmarks, and magnificent scenery.


• Arrive in Quebec City at the height of autumn color. Walk along the streets of Old Québec, which is lined with magnificent churches and chic boutiques that lead you to the historic Musée de la Civilization.

• Gaspe is known for its fantastic scenery, a fact made even more apparent during the autumn season. The Gaspesie Coast will lead us to Perce Rock, a towering rock formation. As one of the world’s largest natural arches, you’ll be amazed by the sheer size of the rock and learn the sailor’s legend behind it.

• On Prince Edward Island, you are surrounded by a variety of colorful Lupins for a tour of the Green Gables Farmhouse. Our guide explains how each building inspired the chapters of the classic novel “Anne of Green Gables”. After the tour, enjoy the region’s traditional berry desserts and a visit to the world famous Cavendish Beach.

• Nestled on the east side of Mt. Desert Island, the beauty of Acadia National Park truly comes to life during the fall season, where you’ll witness breathtaking vistas and abundant wildlife. We’ll guide you to the top of Cadillac Mountain, where the sunrise first reaches the United States each day.

Québec City is nestled beside the majestic St. Lawrence River, where enchanting old stone houses cozy up to great religious institutions built from the same stone. The old city is a sheer delight for history buffs. Walk along the streets of Old Québec, which are lined with magnificent churches, fragrant gardens, and chic boutiques. Visit the Musée de la Civilization which celebrates the history and culture of the region.
The villages along the Saguenay Fjord can be reached by road, but the best way to experience this magnificent waterway is from the water. Where the St. Lawrence and the Saguenay meet is one of the most popular whale-watching spots in Canada. The thriving natural conditions in the estuary support a permanent colony of a thousand whales. Beautiful views of the length of the fjord are found at Cap Trinite, a cliff that rises above the channel, with a 33-foot statue of the Virgin Mary surveying the scenery from the lowest ledge.
Located about 400 km (250 mi) north of Quebec City, Baie-Comeau is a hub for logging and hydroelectric power in Quebec. Located in the Manicouagana Peninsula on the St. Lawrence Estuary, Baie-Comeau is rich in sandy beaches that boast a picturesque view of an archipelago of islands that are crewded by harbor seals and various species of seabirds. Fall in love with the magnificent backdrop of clear waters and the wild beauty of boreal forests as you explore the natural wonders of Baie-Comeau.
The deepwater port of Gaspé is notable for having been the first stop of Jacques Cartier, in 1534, to claim the land for France. That is why Gaspé is called the “Birthplace of Canada”. The town is proud to have a magnificent stretch of water in Gaspé Bay, which is considered to be the second largest natural bay in the world, surrounded by three of the most beautiful salmon rivers in Quebec, numerous lakes, as well as Forillon National Park, plus many beaches along the shore. Gaspé has also been named one of the top 50 “must-see” places in the world, according to National Geographic Magazine. Our train-ride down the coast will also bring us into the picturesque village of Percé, a charming small town which also border Perce Rock, the dominant natural feature of the area.
The pastoral Prince Edward Island is known for its world famous, lush golf courses and sandy beaches. Green Gables, an old farmhouse immortalized in Lucy Maud Montgomery’s cherished 1908 novel, Anne of Green Gables, is high among the list of favorite places to visit. Experience state-of-the-art exhibits at Founders Hall, an interactive museum that describes the history of Canada. The true architectural jewel of downtown Charlottetown is the majestic St. Dunstan’s Basilica. Adorned by three copper spires visible virtually anywhere in the city, the church adds to the Victorian splendor of the downtown core.
The Town of Pictou, located on the beautiful Northumberland Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada, is renowned as the “Birthplace of New Scotland” as it was here that the first wave of Scottish immigrants landed in 1773. Pictou offers diverse amenities, period homes on tree lined streets, and strong entrepreneurial spirit where residents enjoy a stable and prosperous economy. Pictou is the best place to experience old-world charm and culture and present day hospitality.
Nova Scotia’s capital is a historic community that still shows a striking resemblance to the Halifax of the 1800’s when it was a key naval station in the British Empire. The Halifax Citadel, a military bastion that has been standing for over 250 years, was restored and is still active. Stroll down Spring Garden Road, a lively neighborhood with intriguing boutiques set among a mildly Bohemian street scene. At the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic on the waterfront, learn the colorful history of Samuel Cunard, a Nova Scotia native who became a Canadian shipping magnate and founded a successful steamship company.
Established in 1753, Lunenburg was the first British Colonial settlement in Nova Scotia and remains one of Nova Scotia’s most historic and appealing villages. Many of its downtown buildings possess a distinctive style with ornamental brackets and towers which compliment their brightly painted designs. A growing number of art galleries and crafts shops also make for a rewarding browsing experience. The breath-taking Lunenburg waterfront is the home of the world-class Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic, with aquarium exhibits and a replica of the Bluenose, Canada’s most- recognized and most-storied ship.
Discover Eastport at the northern end of the coast, just across the bay from New Brunswick. Eastport has much to offer visitors, with activities appealing to history buffs, artists, and whale watchers. Water Street boasts a variety of shopping to suit all tastes. The walkable downtown includes 29 buildings on the National Historic Register. The city’s unique architecture nicely compliments the breathtaking vistas of the sea and islands. Eastport, the easternmost city in the United States, was founded in 1604 and played a prominent role in the War of 1812, as both England and the United States fought for its prime waterfront. Explore the stunning Moose Island, still undiscovered by many tourists, and enjoy the beauty of this secluded island without the crowds.
Nestled on the east side of Mt. Desert Island, Bar Harbor has enchanted visitors throughout history with its incredible natural beauty, cultural traditions, and an endless array of exciting activities. Discovered in the 1800’s, Bar Harbor has long been a place of inspiration, relaxation and outdoor exploration. Visit the bordering Acadia National Park or the Abbe Museum which details the history of the indigenous Wabanaki tribe and discover all the exciting history that Bar Harbor has to offer. (Note: Some cruises may visit Eastport, ME or Rockland, ME)
Overlooking Casco Bay, Portland is home to a wealth of historical and architectural masterpieces. Portland has an extensive nautical history which has been preserved throughout the centuries. Established by the British in 1632 as a fishing settlement, the town quickly became a mecca for shipping and trading companies. Big city excitement blends delightfully with small-town charm as fishing vessels bustle in the harbor and Victorian-era buildings still line cobblestone streets. From classical to cutting edge, performance and visual arts are vibrantly alive in the city and infuse the region with a excitement sophistication. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow immortalized Portland. “Often,” he wrote in My Lost Youth, “I think of the beautiful town that is seated by the sea …”
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Category G

$ 6890 USD pp
Category G
At 275 square feet, our category G and H staterooms are located primarily on the 2nd and 3rd deck levels of the ship, with convenient access to the both Atlantic Lounge and Dining Room. Each spacious and modern room comes complete with a large opening picture window and a door leading to a private balcony.

Category H

$ 7420 USD pp
Category H
At 275 square feet, our category G and H staterooms are located primarily on the 2nd and 3rd deck levels of the ship, with convenient access to the both Atlantic Lounge and Dining Room. Each spacious and modern room comes complete with a large opening picture window and a door leading to a private balcony.

Category K

$ 8065 USD pp
Category K
Our generous category K staterooms are over 300 square feet and located on the ideal 3rd and 4th deck levels of the ship. These staterooms offer guests easy access to the Pacific Lounge and open passenger decks, with breathtaking views. Each room comes with a floor-to-ceiling sliding glass door leading to a private balcony, opening it up and filling it with natural light.

Category L

$ 8130 USD pp
Category L
Our premium category L staterooms are over 300 square feet and located on the optimal 5th deck level of the ship for privacy. Here guests will enjoy pleasant breezes and grand water views. No attention to detail was spared in the design of these modern staterooms. Each comes with a sliding glass door to a private balcony and some include the option of having adjoining doors for guests who are traveling together or who wish to have a living room

Category R

$ 9240 USD pp
Category R
Our exclusive category R staterooms are over 450 square feet and are situated in the premier sections on the ship to optimize your cruising experience. Enjoy breakfast on your private balcony or simply relax and take in the amazing panoramic views and passing scenery from the comfort of your room. If there’s anything you need, our stewards are on hand 24/7 to handle even the smallest of requests. Each well-appointed room comes with a sliding glass door to a private balcony and can accommodate up to 3 guests.

Category S (Single)

$ 9465 USD pp
Category S (single) is comparable to our Category G staterooms but designed specifically with our single travelers in mind.

Additional charges:

Port Charges. From: 420 USD pp

Pearl Mist

Vessel Type: Small Ship

Length: 105 m

Passenger Capacity: 210

Built: 2014

The Pearl Mist difference is felt as soon as you step on the ship. With 6 decks, the ship is the perfect size to provide an exceptional luxury experience without feeling overwhelmed. Our open sun decks give you plenty to do between ports, whether you’re admiring the view from one of our lounge chairs, enjoying the evening’s musical entertainment, or having a drink with friends under the sun shade. The ship is also equipped with viewing balconies, a library, a fitness area, a spacious glass-enclosed dining room, and an elevator to all stateroom decks.

Enjoy the spectacular scenery from your own private balcony. The exceptionally large and gracefully appointed staterooms aboard the Pearl Mist surround you with a warm and inviting atmosphere. The ship has been designed with a room for every preference, from our cozy private paradises to our massive luxury suites. Every stateroom is fully-stocked with everything you’d need to relax in your home away from home, with plenty of extras as well.

Points of Distinction:

• Just 210 guests

• Fully stabilized for comfortable coastal cruising

• Large staterooms and suites with private balconies

• Six lounges, each with a unique feel

• Elevator to all stateroom decks

• Exquisite cuisine with a regional flair

• Open seating dining room accommodates all guests together

• Personalized service tailored to your tastes

• Wireless Internet throughout the ship



Cabin layout for Pearl Mist
Pearl Mist

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