— Holiday price is based on 2 share
— Return Flights from London to New York on a Scheduled Airline
— Enjoy 2 nights New York Stay in the Manhattan Area
— Amazing 7 nights All Inclusive Canada & New England Cruise from New York to New York aboard Norwegian Gem
— Overnight flight back to London from New York on a Scheduled Airline
— Luggage is included with the Airline
— Fully ATOL Protected
— OFFER INCLUDES Premium All Inclusive Cruise. (See Full Details Below)
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New York, USA
There’s truly no city in the world quite like New York. From the bustling vitality of Wall Street to the funky galleries of Soho to the bright lights of Broadway and Times Square this is America’s candy store. Its frenetic pace can be dizzying, its people, a vibrant patchwork of nationalities who speak the real language of the city: diversity. There is no place like New York.
Bluenose schooners once sailed the world from Halifax harbour. Fast and nimble, they preyed on enemy ships anywhere on the Seven Seas and brought their booty to the vast warehouses along Privateer´s Wharf. Today you, too, can be a privateer and sail aboard the schooner Bluenose II. Other pastimes include a fascinating tour of the Historic Properties area (Old Halifax), and a visit of pretty-as-a-picture Peggy´s Cove with its pastel houses and fishing trawlers, the quintessential Nova Scotia village.
Saint John, Bay of Fundy, Canada
You’ll see: the tidal range in the Bay of Fundy is incredibly powerful. The difference between high tide and low tide is up to 21 metres. As a consequence, you can reach the famous Hopewell Rocks, also called the Flowerpot Rocks, by a walk on the ocean floor at low tide. For a bit of history, visit the much fought over fortification Fort Howe around which Canada‘s oldest incorporated city Saint John developed.
Pastel yellow, mint green and what else but pink: the picturesque wooden houses in Portland have something in common – they are all painted in pastel colours. Brick red contrasts this in the old port with its pubs, boutiques and small breweries where you should definitely sample a blueberry beer. And of course you shouldn’t miss out on a lobster from Maine’s lobster coast. All filledup, it’s onwards to a postcard scene par excellence, the historical Portland Headlight lighthouse. Or perhaps to the coastal town of Kennebunkport, where you might want to head to Walker’s Point, where the summer retreat of the Bush family is located.
Experience Canada and New England
Experience the beautiful sights of Canada and New England, a place known for its radiant beauty and natural history. From the second you leave the skyscrapers of Manhattan behind you on your Canadian cruise, the scenery transforms into rocky coastlines with historic ports and picturesque lighthouses, filling the shore with colour.
From iconic lighthouses at Peggy’s Cove to Boston’s Historic Freedom Trail, there are lots of things to see and do in Canada and New England, particularly in the autumn where the foliage transforms to a thousand shades of gold, red, orange and yellow in one of Mother Nature’s most dazzling shows. From the gorgeous, towering mountains of Nova Scotia to the tiny fishing villages and even to Cadillac Mountain in the Arcadia National Park, cruises to Canada offer so much beauty and opportunities to explore.
Aboard Canada and New England Cruises with Norwegian
Norwegian offers you the unparalleled freedom to design your holiday the way you want; with Freestyle Cruising the choice is yours. You can choose dining and entertainment options that suit you, no matter whether you’re hungry for three course dining, a buffet or a Broadway show.
Highlights of Canadian Cruises
1) Discover Portland, the largest city in Maine which is the gateway to New England on Canadian cruises
2) There’s lots to see and do, including visits to the Old Port district in Portland Harbor, The Arts district and Cape Elizabeth, which is the entrance to Portland Harbor.
This sparkling cruise ship is the perfect choice for cruising the Bahamas & Florida, the Caribbean or from New York to Bermuda. From a chic, four-lane bowling alley to tons of dining choices and the freedom of Freestyle Cruising, Norwegian Gem has it all. Chill out by the pool, get lucky in the casino, unwind at the spa, and make the kids happy with our water slides, Wii™ games and lots more. Accommodation ranges from luxury multi-room Villas to romantic suites and spacious, affordable staterooms.
Norwegian Cruise Line unveils Premium All Inclusive in the UK
Norwegian Cruise Line has introduced its latest innovative cruise concept for the UK market, changing the face of holidays at sea by bringing the all-inclusive holiday trend to the premium global cruise sector.
Norwegian Cruise Line has launched Premium All Inclusive in the UK from 6 April 2017, offering guests unparalleled flexibility at sea and setting a new trend for contemporary large ship ocean cruising. By bringing even more elements into the upfront fares, guests can now benefit from even more peace of mind whilst cruising with Norwegian.
Premium All Inclusive includes
Norwegian has long been an innovator in cruise and the introduction of Premium All Inclusive takes our carefree, relaxed cruising style to a whole new level. A considerable number of what were once considered ‘extras’ are now taken care of including a large choice of premium drinks as well as service charges and gratuities. These newly included extras come on top of the many services that have always made a Norwegian cruise special, including the most exciting dining and entertainment scene at sea.
Additionally, for all bookings made between 6 and 30 April, guests benefit from savings of up to £200 per stateroom. Guests sailing in Studios save £50, those sailing in inside and ocean-view staterooms benefit from savings of £100 and guests in balcony staterooms, Mini Suites, Suites and in The Haven save £200 per stateroom. Premium All Inclusive is available across the line’s all 14 ships
About Norwegian Cruise Line
Norwegian Cruise Line is the leading innovator in cruise travel with a 50-year history of breaking the boundaries of traditional cruising. Most notably, Norwegian revolutionised the cruise industry by offering guests the freedom and flexibility to design their ideal cruise holiday on their schedule. Today, Norwegian invites guests to “Feel Free” to explore the world on one of 14 purpose-built ships, providing guests the opportunity to enjoy a relaxed, resort style cruise holiday on some of the newest and most contemporary ships at sea.
Recently, the line was named “Europe’s Leading Cruise Line” for the ninth consecutive year, as well as “Caribbean’s Leading Cruise Line” for the fourth time and “World’s Leading Large Ship Cruise Line” for the fifth straight year by the World Travel Awards as well as the World’s Leading Cruise Line for the first time.