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The lush greenery of summer and the brilliant colors of fall are yours to enjoy on a luxury Boston to Nova Scotia cruise. Sailings begin in August and end in October, so you’ll experience the best seasonal weather and revel in the incredible beauty of the Atlantic coast shared by the U.S. and Canada.
On a cruise from Boston to Nova Scotia, you’ll stop in exciting ports throughout New England and Canada. Experience the birthplace of the American Revolution in Boston. See the world's largest fiddle in Sydney, Nova Scotia. Go on a wine and cheese tasting adventure in the Halifax. Bike along Maine’s picturesque coastline, spend the night in Quebec City, and explore the countryside of Prince Edward Island.
Boston’s rich history, diverse culture, and vibrant city life make it a perfect place to explore before or after your Boston to Nova Scotia cruise. Soak in the history of the city by walking the Freedom Trail, touring the statehouse on cobblestoned Beacon Hill, and visiting the monuments at Boston Common. Savor the tastes and treats in the North End, the city’s oldest neighborhood, and Little Italy before you embark on your cruise from Boston.
In Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia, stroll along its bustling waterfront, stop in a sidewalk cafe, and explore local statues and memorials. Spend time at Peggy’s Cove, a quaint and active fishing village perched on the rugged coastline and home to the Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse, said to be the most photographed lighthouse in all of Canada.
Sydney’s location on Nova Scotia’s southeast coast, the gateway to Cape Breton Island, makes it as perfectly suited for relaxed historical walking tours as it is for leisurely passing time around the port. Tour Old Sydney with a guide and hear the island’s history through rich storytelling. Venture farther afield during your Nova Scotia cruise for unique exhibits and artifacts at the Alexander Graham Bell Museum. Stroll, shop, and dine near the port. Be sure to see the Big Fiddle, a tribute to the city’s Celtic heritage, and hear how it came to stand outside the cruise port terminal.