Only unpack once and see the beauty of the country’s coastal regions during a Canada cruise


The coastal regions of Canada are prime cruise destinations with some landscapes that look their best from the sea. Most of our featured Alaska cruises depart from Vancouver and sail through along the wildlife-rich Georgia and Johnston Straits which separate Vancouver Island and mainland British Columbia. Over on the east coast, ships departing from Boston or New York call at ports in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Québec.

Our recommended Canada cruises

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The North West Passage

A voyage through Canada’s Arctic Archipelago is a journey through one of Earth’s final frontiers. Experience this remote region in unrivalled luxury w...

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New England & Eastern Canada Highlights

Set sail from Boston, drop into quaint New England ports and continue along the marine life-rich St. Lawrence River to Montréal. Following your voyage...

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Mountain Rails & Alaska Cruise

This journey across Western Canada on the Rocky Mountaineer and cruise along Alaska’s Coast is a bucket-list land and cruise adventure for fans of wil...

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Bears, Whales & Alaska in Style

The ultimate wildlife lover’s stay and cruise holiday combines a stay in the wilderness of British Columbia and an ultra-luxe Alaskan cruise.

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