You can take a bus, you can take a plane, you can even take a train to New York from Toronto. But, you know what, you can also hop on a boat to New York.
Come aboard Viking Cruise’s ‘Canadian Discovery’ adventure, disembarking from the 6ix and heading to New York for a 13-day voyage. But, of course, with plenty of action-packed stops along the way.
The cruise itinerary from Toronto to New York.Viking Cruises Canada
After departing from Toronto, the cruise ship will cross the St. Lawrence Seaway before dropping anchor in Trois-Rivières, Quebec. Here, travelers can likely spot some of the Canadian wildlife the country is known for, or take a culinary tour where you can discover some local favorites.
The next day the cruise will stop in Quebec where you can stroll through the old town and hike around the picturesque Mont-Sainte-Anne. On day 6, the boat will stop in Saguenay where you can board a high-speed “zodiac” that will take you to the fjord.
On days 7 and 8, you will stop at Sept-Îles and Cap-aux-Meules in Quebec, where you can tour the archipelago or go whale watching and seal watching on Brion Island.
Next, the cruise will drop anchor in Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island, where travelers can listen to local music, learn about the province’s rich history, or, of course, eat through the city.
After a day of sailing in the Atlantic Ocean, the boat stops in Halifax where you can take a Segway or kayak tour of McNabs Island.
Then, after another day at sea, the cruise will end directly in the Big Apple, where travelers will disembark the boat and visit New York or head straight home.
Now, with the 2022 cruise dates all completely sold out, there are still tons of reservations available for 2023 in May and August. That being said, it will cost a pretty penny, as prices to board start at $11,695.
Canadian Discovery: From Toronto to New York
Price: Starting at $11,695
When: Various periods from May to August in 2023
Address: Port of Toronto, 8 Unwin Ave., Toronto, ON
Why you need to go: You can set sail for 13 days heading to the Big Apple and also visit many places in Eastern Canada.
Accessibility: Viking Cruises recommends that anyone traveling in a wheelchair travel with an able-bodied person, as staff are not permitted to “lift guests or push wheelchairs”. For details on how to bring a wheelchair on board, passengers must complete and submit the Accessibility Form no later than 30 days prior to departure. Motorized scooters are not accepted on board.
Before you go, check out our Guide to Responsible Travel to be informed, be safe, be smart, and most importantly, be respectful on your adventure.
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