This cruise takes you along North America’s eastern seaboard, offering a striking variety of cultures, historic sites, and dramatic natural scenery. Starting in Halifax, Canada, we discover Maine’s magnificent coast, visit Boston, and end the journey by sailing into New York City harbor past the Statue of Liberty - to experience the Big Apple.
8 days


Autumn Coast Adventure in Living Color

Sailing from Halifax, this southbound cruise calls on charming towns and cities along North America’s east coast, all decked out in spectacular fall colors. There will be ample opportunities to visit historic sites on this US and Canadian adventure. Stroll along rugged shorelines, explore bays and lnlets, taste amazing seafood and enjoy cultural attractions.

Iconic New England

We cross the Gulf of Maine to experience New England at its most iconic. The sea looms large here, with mile upon mile of jagged sea cliffs, peaceful harbors and pebble beaches.

Our first port call in Maine is charming Eastport. Next, we visit Bar Harbor, where beautiful Acadia National Park gleams in glorious autumn splendor. The classic town of Rockland offers great architecture and interesting museums and galleries and is our final stop in Maine.

Provincetown, Newport and New York

We sail south to Provincetown on Cape Cod, which welcomes you to walk along the beach and enjoy its small-town charm. Our final call is Newport, Rhode Island, where you can wander along beautiful cliffs and enjoy the views.

Our expedition cruise ends after sailing past the iconic Statue of Liberty and into New York harbor. 



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Hurtigruten offers unique expedition cruises to some of the purest and most remote waters of the world. As with all expeditions, nature prevails. Safety is always our top priority. We continuously evaluate our cruises to adapt to unexpected weather, ice and sea conditions, and exciting nature opportunities. That’s why we call it an expedition.