Did You Know Disney Cruises Go To Canada and the New England Coast?

May 7th, 2022 by admin Leave a reply »

A Disney cruise along the coast of New England to two Canadian ports is the perfect late summer vacation. However, travelers must act quickly because there are limited departures throughout September. Sail from New York City and marvel at the beautiful New England coastline as you journey to the small fishing villages and historic sites of the seaside Canadian cities to be explored.

Canada and New England Coast Cruise Itinerary and Ship Details

This five-night cruise departs from port in New York City. After sailing north along the coastline of New England for a day, the ship reaches Canada. The first stop is Halifax, Nova Scotia, which offers breathtaking scenery and plenty of historical sites to visit. Saint John, New Brunswick, is stop number two and is filled with local heritage. After exploring these North Atlantic harbor cities, guests will be ready for a relaxing day at sea before reaching the home port.

The 2,400-passenger Disney Magic has a cruising speed of 21.5 knots, allowing guests to enjoy the scenery. Accommodations include standard inside staterooms, ocean view staterooms, and staterooms with verandahs designed to provide up-close views of the surroundings. Cruise fare includes selected accommodations, dining, entertainment, select onboard activities, and fun character experiences.

Information About the Canadian Ports of Call

Halifax is a university town and metropolis but this municipality in Nova Scotia also features beautiful parks with peaceful walking trails. Halifax is located on the shore of one of the largest natural harbors in the world. This North Atlantic municipality offers art galleries, museums, and plenty of water-based activities.
Saint John is the oldest incorporated city in Canada and home to the oldest farmer’s market and museum in the country. Situated on the Bay of Fundy and the St. John River divides it, creating a unique phenomenon. Called reversing falls, the prevailing current of the river reverses itself against the normal water flow during high tide, creating rapids. Travelers can stroll the waterfront, visit a museum detailing local heritage, shop in art galleries and boutiques, and enjoy delicious cuisine.

This Disney cruise vacation offers a glimpse of both contemporary and traditional Canada. Travelers will love having full days to explore Halifax and Saint John. They will also take advantage of the two days at sea by relaxing on deck, taking in the onboard entertainment, joining ship parties, and marveling at fireworks. There could not be a better late summer vacation!



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