USA and Canada.

Between them, the USA and Canada serve up welcoming and historic cities not to mention a diverse palette of scenery.

The US and Canada encompass myriad experiences. Sun-kissed California and Florida. The aloha spirit of Hawaii. Canada’s majestic wilderness. The history and autumn colors of New England.

Where we sail.

Bar Harbor, ME, USA

There’s a sense of natural paradise around Bar Harbor. In fact, it was once named Eden in honor of an early settler – Sir Richard Eden. It's one of the most enchanting places to visit in New England.

Boston, MA, USA

Boston is the largest city in Massachusetts and New England's most famous. Located in a natural harbor full of significant historic sites including The Freedom Trail, a visit here is truly historic.

Corner Brook, NL, Canada

Surveyed by Captain James Cook in 1767, Corner Brook is an island on the west coast of Newfoundland, separating the St. Lawrence River from the Atlantic Ocean to form the stunning Gulf of St. Lawrence.

Charleston, SC, USA

Nestled on South Carolina's Atlantic coast, the colonial port of Charleston is the oldest city in the state. It rightly alleges to be one of the American South's most charming and fascinating cities.

Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA

Fort Lauderdale is world famous for its magnificent beaches, watersports, retail, and its canals and marina. Relaxing on the golden sands is a popular pastime, but there’s no shortage of alternatives.


Gaspe, QC, Canada

Welcome to the 'cradle of French America'. As you cruise into Gaspé, you’ll see Perce Rock, one of the largest natural arches in the world. It rises from the Gulf of St. Lawrence in superb splendor.