On board MS EUROPA 2 from Montreal to New York

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The colourful splendour of an Indian summer and the metropolises of the American East Coast. Discover the most remarkable side of the North American continent on the EUROPA 2.

from Montreal to New York

Cruise dates:from 17.09.2016 to 01.10.2016 (14 days)
Your ship: MS EUROPA 2
Cruise number: EUX1629

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This is a bilingual cruise with English shore excursions. [Read more]


Sat, 17.09.2016

Scheduled flight from Germany to Montreal and transfer to embarkation point
Montreal/Canada, departure 22.00 hrs

After Paris, Montreal is the largest French-speaking city in the world. Discover more about this metropolis and its surroundings with our pre-cruise programmes*.

Sun, 18.09.2016

Quebec/Canada 8.00 – 18.00 hr

The old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the city’s surroundings are home to the 80 m high Montmorency Falls and the Ile d’Orleans*.

Mon, 19.09.2016

Relaxation at sea

Tue, 20.09.2016

Charlottetown/Prince Edward Island/Canada , 8.00 – 17.00 hrs

Set out on a scenic journey through the colourful landscape of Prince Edward Island*, located in the St Lawrence River. And make all your culinary dreams come true with a visit to an oyster fisher* or an exclusive cookery course*.

Wed, 21.09.2016

Sydney/Cape Breton Island/Nova Scotia/Canada , 8.00 – 14.00 hrs

A natural spectacle like no other: the sun shines and the leaves on the trees turn bright shades of red and yellow. An Indian summer is a phenomenon exclusive to North America. Explore Baddeck on your own* or visit the Mi’kmaq Indians*.

Thu, 22.09.2016

Halifax/Nova Scotia/Canada , 8.00 – 0.00 hrs

Brick cottages and colourful wooden houses: wander through the historic harbour district of the capital of Nova Scotia or visit one of the region’s traditional fishing villages: Peggy’s Cove* is home to one of the most frequently photographed lighthouses in the world.

Fri, 23.09.2016

Relaxation at sea

Sat, 24.09.2016

St. John/New Brunswick/Canada , 8.00 – 19.00 hrs

St. John/New Brunswick
Immerse yourself in history: Saint John highlights by trolley* or on an excursion to St. Martins and the the bay of Fundy*. Exciting moments are guaranteed on a Zip Line adventure* or on a whale watching tour* on the Bay of Fundy.


Sun, 25.09.2016

Bar Harbor/Maine/USA , 6.00 – 18.00 hrs

Bar Harbor
Explore the Arcadia Nationpark on a panoramic drive* or a scenic flight* and experience a true New England tradition: Lobster Bake*. If you like it active, enjoy the Ocean Trail walk and schooner sail*.

Mon, 26.09.2016

Boston/Massachusetts/USA , 8.00 – 0.00 hrs

A city brimming with history, culture and science: the heart of New England beats in Boston. Explore the city on a city tour* or visit the Harvard Art museums with our art2sea experts*. A trip to Newport* brings you to the world of Astors, Rockefellers and Vanderbilts.

Tue, 27.09.2016

Provincetown/Massachusetts/USA , 7.00 – 15.00 hrs

The town’s location at the tip of Cape Cod – which is particularly beautiful during an Indian summer – is just as impressive as the liberalism of its residents. Explore the city by trolley* or enjoy a Cape Cod Dune Tour*.

Wed, 28.09.2016

Oak Bluffs (Martha’s Vineyard)/Massachusetts/USA , 8.00 – 17.00 hrs

Oak Bluffs (Martha’s Vineyard)
The richly decorated, pastel-coloured “gingerbread” cottages are just one of the highlights of your island tour*.

Thu, 29.09.2016

New York/USA, arrival 7.00 hrs
Overnight stay on board

New York
The city that never sleeps. Manhattan alone promises enjoyment in its purest sense. Art lovers are drawn to the MoMA*. And our travel concierge will be happy to book you some theatre, musical or concert tickets*. A perfect conclusion to your cruise.

Inside Bar 54
New York’s highest rooftop lounge is situated on Times Square itself.

Fri, 30.09.2016

New York
Transfer to a scheduled flight to Germany

Sat, 01.10.2016

Arrival in Germany

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

= at anchor / = golf course

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:





art2sea – art of the world

Famous museums and well-known galleries, art discussions with experts and artists on board: art2sea is a diverse, inspiring voyage into the world of art. Highlights include exhibitions in Boston and New York, including the new main building of the Whitney Museum of American Art next to the High Line park, which opened in 2015. Popular artists will also be there to provide an exciting look behind the scenes of the international art world.

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art2sea – art of the world

Golf – putting in North America

Sun 18 Sep Quebec – Le Grand Portneuf Golf Club
Just 25 minutes away from the city of Quebec, you will find 36 mostly straightforward holes which promise a fair golfing experience. The close arrangement of the holes next to one another leaves more space for the fairways, and the mature trees on the course will often stand in your way.

Tue 20 Sep Charlottetown – Fox Meadow Golf & Country Club
The Fox Meadow did not receive its name by chance. Numerous foxes on the course have become skilled at stealing golf balls. This is why the 18-hole parkland course has a special “fox rule”: balls removed from the game by foxes can be replaced without a penalty.

Thu 22 Sep Halifax – The Links at Brunello
McBroom managed to create a golf course that is stunningly beautiful and sensitively integrated with the natural landscape. The 7,089-yard course will offer Bentgrass tees, greens and fairways, GPS to the flag measurement, numerous white-sand bunkers, multiple teeing areas, and continuous paved cart paths. Remarkable views have been maintained and challenging topography has been transformed into spectacular fairways.

Sat 24 Sep Saint John – The Algonquin Resort
Opened over 120 years ago and redesigned several times since, this 18-hole course is now in the best condition it has ever been in – with fair, broad fairways and picturesque greens. Its location on a peninsula provides unfailingly fascinating views of the surrounding sea.

Sun 25 Sep Bar Harbor – Kebo Valley Golf Club (Additional course 1)
Rich in tradition, infinitely surprising and almost impossible to overcome – once you play on this course, you will never forget it. Golfers have been teeing off on this course since 1888. The course promises a unique and visually overwhelming experience, especially during an Indian summer.

Mon 26 Sep Boston – Stow Acres Golf Club
Almost 40 kilometres away from the anchorage point of the EUROPA 2 lie two 18-hole courses in the heart of apple country in Massachusetts. The two courses (the North and South courses) encircle the Victorian clubhouse.

Wed 28 Sep Oak Bluffs – Farm Neck Golf Club (Additional course 2)
This golf course is rarely short and straight: in most cases, the green can only be reached via at least one dog-leg and is therefore invisible from the tee. A Strokesaver will certainly come in useful on this course.

Golf – putting in North America