Luxury Cruises From Historic Boston Through New England

Sail along the shores of some of the most historic ports on New England cruises from Boston with Celebrity. Follow the Freedom Trail in Boston, where you’ll find delicious dining options, centuries-old colonial heritage sites, beautiful parks, and world-class art and entertainment. Visit the prestigious grounds of Harvard Yard, and take a tour of the iconic Boston Harbor.

Discover quintessential New England seaside culture in Bar Harbor and Portland, Maine. Dine on fresh lobster as you explore the many fjords and jagged, tree-lined coastline as you head up along the Atlantic waterway. Spend the day touring old Quebec as you venture along the city’s fortified walls, built over 400 years ago. You’ll enjoy the best of old-fashioned colonial culture mixed with stunning North American natural beauty on luxury New England cruises from Boston.

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Featured Ports of Call

Bar Harbor, Maine

The cozy New England town of Bar Harbor, Maine is famous for its dazzling coastal scenery, lobster fishing, and its location as one of the main gateways to Acadia National Park. Take the rocky land bridge to Bar Island where you can stroll along the sea, bike, or take a relaxing nature walk through low-elevation hiking trails. Head into town for warm clam chowder or lobster bisque on Main Street, then watch the small fishing trawlers and sailboats head into port from the Bar Harbor Town pier.

Portland, Maine

Portland is a city brimming with Maine’s famous “Downeaster” culture, modern parks, historic landmarks, fantastic restaurants, and craft beer pubs. Walk through centuries of colonial history in Portland’s Old Port, highlighted by intricate brick streets, small shops, and iconic long wharfs. View classic and contemporary paintings from famous New England artists at the Portland Museum of Art. Head just outside of the city center to tour the popular Allagash Brewery, home to some of the region’s best-known craft beers and a source of local artisan pride.

Quebec City, Quebec

The deep French heritage, style, and uniquely Quebecoise culture and history of this fortified city make it a top destination for anyone going on cruises to New England and Canada. Walk along the historic ramparts and head into the 400-year-old streets surrounding the majestic Chateau Frontenac. Stroll by enchanting French cafés and stop for a sweet treat along Rue Saint-Louis. Pay a visit to the Museum of Civilization along the waterfront near the Old Port to hear about the region’s indigenous peoples and its storied colonial past.

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