Our North America Selection...
"This vastly diverse continent boasts bustling metropolises, spectacular National Parks, mountain ranges, vast deserts, thundering waterfalls, glorious beaches, and much more"
- With approximately 37,000 miles of coastline, there is plenty to explore by cruise
- Oodles of cruise lines sail around North America
- You’ll rarely find a language barrier in this part of the world
The coastlines of North America are extremely different. Starting on the eastern Atlantic Coast, sail down through Canada’s maritime provinces, taking in the vast fjords and snow-capped peaks, en-route to Quebec and New England, known for its seasonal foliage, quaint towns and dramatic coastlines. Explore charming Portland or walk the Freedom Trail in Boston.
Further south lie the pretty cities of Charleston and Savannah, and the cruising hubs of Miami and Fort Lauderdale in Florida.
The Pacific west coast has more of a pioneering history. Many cruises start in Seattle or Vancouver, which is regularly named as one of the most livable cities in the world. Head south to Oregon and California, where you can explore wine country, walk along Monterey’s scenic waterfront, see San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, watch some live music in San Diego, or count the stars along Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.
You also have the outlying islands of Alaska, a vast landscape of towering glaciers and mountains, with an abundance of wildness, and the tropical archipelago of Hawaii, where you can hike through lush rainforest, scale a volcano or simply enjoy the golden-sand beaches.