You’ll board the Marco Polo in Liverpool before setting sail on a 28-night cruise where you’ll discover Eastern Canada. Your exciting itinerary includes visits to Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Islands, Quebec, IIes del la Madeleine with an overnight stay in Montreal for just £1399pp.
The adults-only Marco Polo offers a more intimate cruise that accommodates up to 800 guests, with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Because of her smaller size you will get a more traditional and leisurely style of cruising along with a friendly and attentive service.
She’s a ship for those that love to dress up and has a great range of public facilities including the impressive Waldorf Restaurant – for a less formal experience visit the stylish Marco’s Bistro. You’ll find five main lounge areas, head to the Captain’s Club for pre-diner cocktails with its very own resident pianist or retire to the Palm Garden for wonderful panoramic ocean views.
Onboard amenities include the impressive Livingston Library, which has an airy and spacious feel with plenty of space for relaxing through your chapters or simply read the magazines or play card games. Live music is played in several venues on an evening along with ballroom dancing, cabarets and big show entertainment. You will also find a small swimming pool, three whirlpools and the Jade Wellness Centre*.
- Day 1 – Liverpool, depart 8.00pm
- Day 2 – Belfast, Northern Ireland, arrives 7.00am, departs 1.00pm
- Day 3 – At sea
- Day 4 – At sea
- Day 5 – At sea
- Day 6 – At sea
- Day 7 – St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, arrives 12.00pm, departs 8.00pm
- Day 8 – Cruising
- Day 9 – Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, arrives 8.00am, departs 8.00pm
- Day 10 – At sea
- Day 11 – Charlottetown, Prince Edward Islands, Canada, arrives 8.30am, departs 3.00pm
- Day 12 – Gaspe, Quebec, Canada, arrives 8.30am, departs 8.00pm
- Day 13 – Cruising St. Lawrence River
- Day 14 –Quebec City, Canada, arrives 8.00am, departs 6.00pm
- Day 15 – Montreal, Quebec, Canada, arrives 7.00am, overnight
- Day 16 – Montreal, Quebec, Canada, overnight, departs 2.00pm
- Day 17 – Saguenay, Quebec, Canada, 2.00pm, departs 7.00pm
- Day 18 – Sept-IIes, Quebec, Canada, 1.00pm, 8.00pm
- Day 19 – Havre-Saint-Pierre, Quebec, arrives 7.30am, departs 2.30pm
- Day 20 – Cap-aux-Meules, IIes del la Madeleine, Canada, arrives 9.00am, departs 7.00pm
- Day 21 – Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada, arrives 8.00am, departs 4.30pm
- Day 22 – Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada, arrives 8.00am, departs 3.00pm
- Day 23 – St. Anthony, Newfoundland, Canada, arrives 8.30am, departs 2.00pm
- Day 24 – At sea
- Day 25 – At sea
- Day 26 – At sea
- Day 27 – At sea
- Day 28 – Cobh, Republic of Ireland, arrives 1.00pm, departs 7.00pm
- Day 29 – Liverpool, arrives 1.00pm
- 28 nights onboard Marco Polo, in a Voyager inside cabin
- All meals on a Full Board basis including afternoon teas and late night snacks
- All onboard entertainment
- Daytime activities and leisure facilities
- Captains cocktail party
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Halifax is one of North America’s most captivating cities and the world’s second-largest natural harbour. This town is rich in history so you can visit charming sites such as the Grande Parade. Climb The Citadel to witness the Old Clock Tower and, find a massive fort that overlooks the waterfront. If it’s peace and tranquillity you crave then head to Halifax public gardens with its 17 acres of lush flowers, duck ponds and Victorian footpaths.
Beyond its history the city has a youthful energetic side that boasts a downtown area with cafes, clubs and pubs playing live music, throughout the year you can enjoy outdoor concerts and music festivals too.
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Montreal is one of Canada’s most exhilarating cities with a strong French heritage and a culturally diverse population. Narrow Parisian-style streets are a great place to wander where old-fashioned elegance blends beautifully with today’s contemporary chic. You’ll find there’s no shortage of food and wine with intimate bistro’s and sidewalk cafes to its vibrant club and dining scene reflecting modern-day Montreal.
A particular emphasis is placed on the arts with this city being home to the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and the McCord Museum, who happen to have an impressive collection of Canadian art and artefacts.
*Charges may apply
Prices may change and cruises are subject to availability.
|Date:||27 August 2016|
|Cruiseline:||Cruise & Maritime|
|Cabin Type:||Standard Cabin|
0800 027 8302
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