On board MS EUROPA from New York to Hamburg

The many facets of Canada

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Big cities with a rich culture and history and pristine natural scenery ensure some eventful days between the New World and the Old World. Follow the Freedom Trail in Boston to the historic sites of the Cradle of Liberty, let your gaze rest on fjords and expansive forests and enjoy the French charm of Quebec and Montreal. The unspoilt beauty of Newfoundland will see you off on some relaxing days on the Atlantic.

from New York to Hamburg

Cruise dates:from 07.07.2017 to 28.07.2017 (21 days)
Your ship: MS EUROPA
Cruise number: EUR1712

21 days cruise only from € 8,541 per person
incl. travel package to departure point from € 9,291 per person

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This cruise is operated in German. For individual programmes kindly ask our travel concierge.

Highlights of this cruise

  • UNESCO World Heritage Site: the historic centre of Quebec*
  • The eastern coast of Canada – fjords and enchanting cities
  • Discover Canada’s natural scenery on active tours*
  • A good time of year for whale watching
  • Symposium at Sea – the floating university
  • Vitality at Sea – activity programme and health advice on board
  • New ports: Cap-aux-Meules/Iles de la Madeleine/Canada, Saguenay (La Baie)/Canada, Trois Rivieres/St Lawrence River/Canada, Havre-St. Pierre/Newfoundland/Canada


Fri, 07.07.2017

Linienflug Deutschland – New York
Transfer zur Einschiffung auf die EUROPA
New York/USA, 18.00 Uhr Abfahrt

New York/USA
Genießen Sie schon im Vorprogramm* die Weltstadt New York – The Big Apple.

Sat, 08.07.2017

Boston/Massachusetts, 13.00 – 19.00 hrs

Past and present form an inviting combination in the heart of New England. Browse in some modern shops in the historic Quincy Market*, and in Beacon Hill*, stroll along cobbled streets and past brick houses, which look like they are straight out of a film set. It is not only the roots of American independence that can be found here. The Pilgrim Fathers from England landed in nearby Plymouth* in 1620. A reconstruction of the Mayflower is now anchored in the harbour.

Sun, 09.07.2017

Halifax/Nova Scotia/Canada, arrival 19.00 hrs

Halifax/Nova Scotia/Canada
Follow in the tracks of the early immigrants from Pier 21 to the historic waterfront. The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic* includes a special exhibition on the fate of the Titanic. Our tip: visitors to Halifax should on no account miss out on the national dish – lobster. The Lighthouse Route will take you to the appealing bays of Nova Scotia and the picturesque fishing village of Peggy’s Cove*.

Mon, 10.07.2017

Halifax, departure 13.00 hrs

Tue, 11.07.2017

Cap-aux-Meules/Iles de la Madeleine, 13.00 – 19.00 hrs

Cap-aux-Meules/Iles de la Madeleine/Canada
White sandy beaches, rolling green hills and red cliffs – collect some wonderful impressions of this dreamy island. On the way, stop at the most beautiful beach on the island and in one of the picturesque fishing villages to try some delicacies from the local herring smokehouse.

Wed, 12.07.2017

Relaxation at sea

Thu, 13.07.2017

Cruising in the Saguenay Fjord
Saguenay (La Baie), 12.00 – 21.00 hrs

Saguenay Fjord
Cruise on the EUROPA through the deep-blue fjord of the Saguenay National Park and keep a lookout for beluga whales who come to the mouth of the fjord in search of food.

Saguenay (La Baie)/Canada
Explore Saguenay National Park* in an active way, either by paddling across the smooth waters or taking a hike along the slopes of the fjord. The views from a seaplane* are truly spectacular. Would you like to find out more about Saguenay? Up to 200 local actors will tell you about the city’s 400-year history in a show called La Fabuleuse*.

Fri, 14.07.2017

Quebec, arrival 8.00 hrs

Set in a picturesque location on the banks of the St Lawrence River, the approach to this francophone city is an experience in itself: the well-preserved old town is set high up on a hill and is surrounded by impressive city walls still today. A city tour* through the Haute Ville (Upper Town) will take you to Chateau Frontenac and the lively Place d’Armes: enjoy taking in the hustle and bustle around the cathedral. How about a walk or a meal in a restaurant? You can explore Quebec as you wish right through until the night-time. Railway lovers will enjoy one of the most beautiful stretches of railway in the country along the St Lawrence River and through the beautiful Charlevoix region*.

Sat, 15.07.2017

Quebec, departure 6.30 hrs
Trois Rivieres, 14.00 – 23.00 hrs

Trois Rivieres/St Lawrence River/Canada
Explore the “poetry capital of Quebec” at your leisure and you will come across numerous plaques displaying poetic verses in the streets. The city’s many museums, such as the Quebec Museum of Folk Culture, are also inspiring.

Sun, 16.07.2017

Montreal, 7.00 – 18.00 hrs

In the second largest French-speaking city after Paris, the beautiful Notre Dame Cathedral is reminiscent of its historic sister. Mount Royal* is the green heart and namesake of this cosmopolitan city and you can enjoy some beautiful views of the city from its terrace. In the wide boulevards of the dynamic city centre or in the cobbled streets of the old town* – wherever you go, you will be surrounded by the impressive blend of French charm and British understatement that makes Montreal so attractive. Canada’s unique natural scenery opens up right outside the city: the Laurentian Mountains feature vast forests, remote valleys and glassy lakes – let their tranquil beauty take hold on a boat trip* on the Lac de Sable.

Mon, 17.07.2017

Relaxation at sea

Tue, 18.07.2017

Havre-St. Pierre, 8.00 – 18.00 hrs

Havre-St. Pierre/Newfoundland/Canada
In the delta of the St Lawrence River, the Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve* is a haven for nature lovers. The 40 or so islands feature forests and strange white limestone rock formations and are home to beavers, otters, grey seals and harbour seals. With a little luck, you might even see some passing whales on a boat trip*.

Wed, 19.07.2017

Gaspe, 8.00 – 18.00 hrs

Huge steep cliffs, boulders pounded by the waves and spruces and pines on the wooded slopes of the Forillon National Park – the coastal city on the peninsula of the same name is surrounded by some impressive scenery. The sight of the Rocher Perce monolith on a boat trip* from Perce village to Bonaventure Island, a haven for about 290 species of birds, is an unforgettable sight.

Thu, 20.07.2017

Relaxation at sea

Fri, 21.07.2017

St. John’s/Newfoundland, 7.00 – 14.00 hrs

St. John’s/Newfoundland/Canada
In one of the oldest cities in North America, go on a discovery tour of colonial streets and the spectacular Cabot Tower on Signal Hill. At the lighthouse on Cape Spear*, you will have reached the easternmost point of the continent – with a magnificent views over the Atlantic. Seabirds glide over the horizon: with a little luck, you will get an up-close view of puffins, kittiwakes and cormorants on a boat trip* to Bay Bulls.

Sat, 22.07.2017
- Thu, 27.07.2017

Relaxation at sea

Fri, 28.07.2017

Hamburg, arrival 7.00 hrs
Individual travel arrangements from cruise arrival point

Experience the metropolis on the Elbe and extend your holiday in Hamburg*.

* The shore activities are not included in the cruise price and are in the planning stage. Subject to changes.

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Price specials

Attractive combination discount of € 1,000

Combine cruises EUR1711 and EUR1712 and save € 1,000.

Please note that our cruises are conducted in German.

¹ You pay only the guaranteed price for double occupancy shown here. Accommodation will be provided in a suite in category 1 to 6, subject to availability. If you book a combination of several cruises in a guaranteed suite, it will be necessary to change suites after each individual cruise. Continuous occupancy of the same suite throughout the cruises is not possible. You will receive your exact suite number at the time of embarkation on board (limited allotment).

More travel information can be found in the General Information section.

Please note that our pre- and post-cruise programmes are conducted in German.
For individual programmes kindly consult your travel agent.

Following programmes we offer in German:




Family cruise – adventures in Canada

On this family cruise, your loved ones will have their very own on-shore programme. Experienced supervisors ensure that special kids’ and teens’ excursions provide an exciting way to explore new places for all junior cruise passengers aged 4 and up. Naturally, we also offer family excursions* tailored to let you and your children explore together. Back on board, the children and their supervisors complete their eventful day by eating together in the Lido Café. If required, a babysitter* can look after your little ones afterwards. To allow you to sleep in peace, we also offer a lie-in service on days at sea: nannies will pick up your children at 8.00 hrs and take them for breakfast. And on days with shore excursions, adjusted supervision times allow you to take part in excursions* without your children.

Details of kids’, teens’ and family excursions can be found in the itinerary under the respective ports.

* Subject to a charge.

Symposium at Sea

Symposium at Sea is a contemporary series of lectures bringing together experts from the worlds of economics, business, politics and culture on selected cruises on board the EUROPA to discuss some interesting current topics with you. Enjoy lively discussions with well-known personalities.

Vitality at Sea

Our Vitality at Sea activity programme pays special attention to your health. Take part in lectures and courses, which will vary according to each cruise and are offered in conjunction with some well-known partners, and treat yourself to some refreshing time out far away from everyday life.