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Icons of the Northeastern Seaboard

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05.16.25-05.22.25
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6 Nights
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From the Big Apple's energy to New England's charm this cruise showcases the lively Northeastern seaboard. Sail to chic Martha's Vineyard and along the Cape Cod Canal before exploring artsy Provincetown, historic Boston and Portland, Maine's fishing piers. Conclude in Halifax, Nova Scotia’s maritime capital, with its museums and star-shaped hilltop. From classic Americana to fresh Atlantic seafood, experience all that makes the Northeast shine.

Itinerary

New York, NY
Day 1
One of the world’s most vibrant and exciting cities, the approach to New York City is mesmerising, as icons like the Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building come into view amid towering skyscrapers. This lively metropolis invites visitors to attend Broadway shows, appreciate masterpieces at the Met, MoMa or Guggenheim, experience the bright lights of Times Square, or enjoy leisurely strolls through Central Park and across the Brooklyn Bridge.
Oak Bluff, Marthas Vineyards, MA
Day 2
The nostalgic charm, seafood eateries and vibrant local arts scene make Martha's Vineyard a delightful stroll through history. Colourful 19th-century gingerbread cottages surround the town of Oak Bluffs' Ocean Park, a beautiful park with a bandstand and a playground. These cottages, along with the Tabernacle at Inkwell Beach, and the 1876 Flying Horses Carousel with 48 hand-carved horses, made the town a historic summer haven.
Cape Cod Canal, MA
Day 3
Connecting Cape Cod Bay with Buzzards Bay, the Cape Cod Canal is a broad waterway stretching 17.4 miles. Opened in 1914, this scenic passage was built to shorten the journey between Boston and New York, meaning ships no longer had to navigate the windy route around the cape. Boats pass along this engineered passageway beneath 1930s steel-arch bridges like the Railroad Bridge where armoured trains once rolled.
Provincetown, MA
Day 3
At Cape Cod's northern tip, Provincetown commemorates the Pilgrims' 1620 Mayflower landing with the towering Pilgrim Monument and history exhibits at Provincetown Museum. Once a whaling port, it thrived as an arts haven in the late 1800s, drawing writers and artists. Today, P-town is renowned for its galleries, theatres, vibrant nightlife, and LGBTQ+ friendly atmosphere. Nearby, Stellwagen Bank sanctuary hosts humpback, fin and minke whales.
Boston, MA
Day 4
Boston, Massachusetts played a part in the American Revolution. The 2.5-mile-long Freedom Trail links 16 historic sites, including the Paul Revere House and Bunker Hill Monument. Faneuil Hall now bustles with shops and eateries. Beacon Hill radiates 19th-century elegance with cobblestone streets, while Back Bay and Copley Square showcase Victorian brownstones. Boston's intellectual prowess is evident with institutions like Harvard and MIT.
Portland, ME
Day 5
The coastal city of Portland, Maine, is celebrated for fresh lobster, crab and other seafood. The Old Port district features cobblestone streets, historic brick buildings and a thriving arts scene, including the Portland Museum of Art. Portland's craft breweries draw beer enthusiasts. The city features parks like Deering Oaks and the Portland Japanese Garden, while the Eastern Promenade offers scenic views of Casco Bay and the skyline.
Yarmouth, NS
Day 6
Founded in 1761 by New England settlers, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, encapsulates the maritime charm of Canada's Atlantic provinces. Nestled along the Bay of Fundy, it's known for rugged shorelines, sandy beaches and historic lighthouses such as Cape Forchu Lighthouse with views of the surrounding coastline. Yarmouth's rich seafaring heritage is evident in the Yarmouth County Museum.
Halifax, NS
Day 7
Founded as a naval base in 1749, Halifax’s seafaring history is well-grounded with the Canadian Museum of Immigration, where one million Europeans landed up until 1971, and the Noon Gun that has fired from the Citadel fortress since 1857. When the Titanic struck the iceberg at 11:40 pm, April 14, 1912, ships set sail from here. Many victims are buried at Fairview Lawn Cemetery, while the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic displays rescued artefacts.
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Oceanview D4

19 m2
2
Located on Deck 4 of the ship. Light, bright and crafted from natural materials Oceanview staterooms features 2 single beds, bedroom and living room and a luxurious ensuite bathroom.

Oceanview M4

19 m2
2
Located on Deck 4. Light, bright, and crafted from natural materials, Oceanview staterooms feature 2 single beds, a bedroom and living room, and a luxurious ensuite bathroom.

Balcony D5

28 m2
2
Balcony stateroom is a Swan Hellenic guest favorite. Located on Deck 5 at the bow and aft, staterooms features 2 single beds, bedroom, living room, luxurious bathroom and your own 6 m2 balcony.

Balcony M5

28 m2
2
Balcony stateroom is a Swan Hellenic guest favorite. Located on Deck 5 at the centre of the ship, staterooms features 2 single beds, bedroom, living room, luxurious bathroom and your own 6 m2 balcony.

Balcony D6

28 m2
2
Balcony stateroom is a Swan Hellenic guest favorite. Located on Deck 6, staterooms features 2 single beds, bedroom, living room, luxurious bathroom and your own 6 m2 panoramic balcony.

Suite

44 m2
2
Located on Deck 5 and 6 at the centre of the ship, our spacious Suites with a 12 sq.m. private balconies are a favorite with discerning guests, and those that prefer a little more space and comfort.

Premium Suite

49 m2
2
Located on Deck 6 at the aft, our Premium Suites with a 12 sq.m. private balconies are the most luxurious accommodation on board. A favorite for those who want nothing but the best.