This 14 night cruise explores the far reaches of Canada’s effect on world culture. From the historic city of Montreal to the natural beauty of Halifax, you will learn about the rich cultural traditions of Canada while discovering the surroundings that make this region diverse and exciting. This Canadian Maritimes & St. Lawrence Seaway Cruise also includes three days along the coast of Maine, stopping in popular ports like Bar Harbor, Eastport, and Portland.

Highlights


• Appointed a UNESCO City of Design in 2006, the city of Montreal features a diversity of architecture from 18th and 19th century Victorian-style stone buildings to modern, ultra sleek skyscrapers.

• Step back in time at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax to view artifacts recovered from the wreckage of Titanic.

• Baie-Comeau is known for the wild beauty of its boreal forests, an archipelago of islands crowded by harbor seals, and the fascinating Garden of the Glaciers.


Established by the British in 1632 as a trading and fishing settlement, the area quickly became a mecca for shipping and trading companies. Portland has an extensive nautical history which has been preserved throughout the centuries. Big city excitement blends delightfully with small-town charm as fishing vessels bustle in the harbor and Victorian-era buildings still line cobblestone streets.
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 1800s, 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.
Spend the day at sea enjoying all the fine amenities aboard the Pearl Mist. Relax on the sundeck, catch a lecture in one of the comfortable lounges, or simply enjoy the passing the scenery from your private balcony. Also, make sure to be on the lookout for wildlife such as humpback whales, as they can often be seen right from the ship!
Picturesque Lunenburg lies nestled along the scenic shores of southern Nova Scotia and is known as one of the most beautiful small towns in the world. Settled in the 1600s, Lunenburg quickly became known as a major shipbuilding center, building some of the most impressive sailing ships ever designed and is the birthplace of the famous schooner, Bluenose. The town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with over 70 percent of the original buildings from the 18th century still greeting visitors with their colorful facades and Acadian architecture.
Halifax was originally founded in the 1700s as a British military outpost and was a valuable city with the one of the world’s largest natural harbors. Today, Halifax is still one of the busiest ports in Canada with an economy based largely off its bustling harbor. Rich with history, Halifax is filled with museums, galleries, and heritage centers such as the famous Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and the Citadel National Historic Park.
Founded in the early 1700s, picturesque Charlottetown is Prince Edward Island’s largest and most famous city, renowned for being the seat for the negotiations that would lead to the creation of the nation of Canada. As a proud historic community and a vibrant seaside city, Charlottetown provides an educational, charming, festive, and welcoming atmosphere to visitors. Highlighted Shore Excursion On the way to the National Historic Site Green Gables Heritage Place you will explore the North Shore and make stops at quaint little villages, lighthouses, and the worldclass Cavendish Beach. Enjoy the beautiful scenery of Prince Edward Island while listening to your knowledgeable tour guide explain the island’s unique culture and heritage. Relive the magic at Green Gables and see the farmstead that inspired the setting for L.M. Montgomery to create her beloved tales.
Known as the Land of the Acadians, Les Îles were home to generations of French settlers who escaped British expulsion from the Maritime Provinces and began colonizing the area in the 1700s. Madelinots are familiar with both the joys and the tribulations of maritime life, with the major industries of the islands revolving around the sea. Madelinots are proud of their origins and renowned for their warm and generous hospitality. Hilly landscapes are dotted with colorful houses, eclectic shops, interpretive centers, and historic villages. Highlighted Shore Excursion Discover the beauty of the Magdalen Islands on this guided tour to some of the best sites and attractions that the Îles de la Madeleine have to offer. Your tour will begin in Havre aux Maisons, where you will be able to see the traditional Acadian architecture and brightly painted houses. Then, visit the Fumoir d’Antan, a traditional smokehouse and enjoy a tour and tasting of locally caught and smoked fish. Next, you will journey to the historical site of La Grave, where you will have a tour of the historic town and waterfront and some free time to explore on your own. Finally, you will visit the sand artisan museum and see local Magdalen art and sculptures.
Small towns on the tip of the Gaspé Peninsula, Gaspé and Percé were permanently settled in the early 19th century. Steeped in French culture, Gaspé has been an important fishing and trading center throughout its history and later became a naval base unit for the Allied Powers in World War II. Now both towns are renowned for their pictureperfect landscapes with spectacular cliffs, crevasses, beaches, and diverse cultural mosaics.
Baie-Comeau is surrounded by an extensive network of secluded parks and natural landscapes. Located on the Manicouagan Peninsula on the St. Lawrence Estuary, the town is rich in sandy beaches that boast a picturesque view of an archipelago crowded 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 Baie-Comeau’s natural wonders. Highlighted Shore Excursion Your tour will begin with a visit to the Havre Saint Pancrace lookout, a site that is a staggering 600 meters high and was a popular delivery point for contraband liquor during Prohibition in the 1930s. Continue on to the interpretation center of the Village Forestier d’Antan and learn about the forest industry and development in the North Shore region. Relax on this interesting and picturesque tour while your guide explains the history and culture of Baie Comeau as you discover this beautiful city.
Prior to the first Europeans arriving in the 1500s, Saguenay Fjord had been inhabited for thousands of years, with a rich local heritage. The Saguenay River winds its way to the majestic fjord, whose breathtaking rocky walls hold a special fascination amongst visitors. The forests and waters of the Fjord are home to the beluga, blue, fin, and minke whales as well as seals, bears, beavers, and moose making it a fascinating place to explore.
Québec City is one of the oldest European settlements in North America and was pivotal in the struggle of control between the English and the French. The city was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985 for its incredibly preserved ramparts, bastions, gates, and defensive structures. Stroll through the historic neighborhood of Old Québec and explore the old, walled town with its narrow streets, lined with quaint, unique shops while you are in this charming and exciting city. Highlighted Shore Excursion This half-day tour of Québec City will introduce you to the incredible sites and culture of Canada’s most European city. Begin your journey with a walking tour of Old Québec and the Funiculaire. Your motor coach will then take you to see the Dufferin Terrace where you will have a presentation and free time at La Place d’Armes. Continue on to the Plains of Abraham and then to Montmorency Falls where you can enjoy a cable car ride to the top of the waterfall.
As one of Canada’s most diverse metropolises, Montreal has been inhabited for over 8,000 years by the indigenous Iroquois. A major shipping port on the Saint Lawrence Seaway, Montreal’s modern history stretches back to the arrival of the first Europeans in the 1500s. Surround yourself with the history of Montreal by strolling through the narrow streets lined with eclectic shops and restaurants as you explore this small but exceptional city.
Clayton was founded in the early 1800s and named after Delaware Senator, John M. Clayton, in honor of the large Whig population in the area. The town’s favorable location on the Saint Lawrence River resulted in a booming economy and quickly became a popular tourist destination. Clayton still reflects its nautical history with bustling marinas and small shops along the sparkling waterfront.
Enjoy the day relaxing aboard the Pearl Mist and watch the shore slip by as you cruise through the enchanting waters of Lake Ontario. Enjoy a meal on your private balcony and gaze upon the many beautiful species of migratory birds that flock to the lake each year. In addition, the view of the Toronto skyline from the waters of Lake Ontario is sure to leave an everlasting impression.
Toronto is Canada’s largest city and is prominently situated facing the sparkling waters of Lake Ontario. Toronto’s history spans thousands of years, with archeological discoveries that date back to shortly after the last ice age. Discover the extensive history of the indigenous peoples, who would eventually become known as the Iroquois, who began living in the region around 6,000 BC. Established by the Europeans in the late 18th century and then ransacked during the War of 1812, Toronto is filled with exciting history and countless sites to see.

Category G

$ 9470 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

$ 10235 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

$ 11110 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 R

$ 11210 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 L

$ 12760 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 S (Single)

$ 13090 USD pp
Category S (single) is comparable to our Category G staterooms but designed specifically with our single travelers in mind.

Category G

$ 9470 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

$ 10235 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

$ 11110 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 R

$ 11210 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 L

$ 12760 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 S (Single)

$ 13090 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 and fees. 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

Optional tours and excursions are available. Please contact us for more details.

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