Enchanted Princess℠ shares the spectacular style and luxury of Princess Cruises' fleet and introduces new attractions all her own. Get ready for exquisite, one-of-a-kind dining experiences. The most pools and whirlpool hot tubs in their fleet. World-class entertainment venues hosting dazzling performances. As well as the breathtaking new Sky Suite, with expansive views from our largest balcony.
Reservations and Travel Tips
You may request a reservation form from Altair Travel or register online here. In order to feel safe and secure when you travel, travel insurance is now mandatory for CUC Cruises and is included in the required deposit. Details on complete insurance coverage will be mailed with your documents.
Prices do not include airfare, taxes or insurance and are based on double occupancy. Single, triple and quad cabins are based on availability. To inquire about these cabin rates or for pre- or post-cruise hotel accommodations, call Jill Donati at Altair Travel And Cruises at 800-880-0055 or you may email her at email@example.com.
Stay Tuned for Terms and Conditions
As portions of the trip involve visits to foreign ports, please make sure you bring a valid passport. U.S. & Canadian citizens MUST carry a valid passport with a validity date of 6 months beyond travel date.
The weather in Canada/New England during September and October is generally in the mid to upper 50s, with the evenings cooling down to the 40s.
Post-sessions you'll have time to enjoy the first-class entertainment.
Enjoy the fine fare in one of the many shipboard restaurants and cafes.
Grab a cocktail and socialize with your fellow conference attendees in one of the many lounges.
The pages of history and stunning natural beauty blend seamlessly as you cruise to Canada & New England to see the color-drenched shores with Princess. Visit the iconic lighthouse at Peggy's Cove in Halifax, return to the Gilded Age in Newport and stroll down Boston's historic Freedom Trail. Or ascend Cadillac Mountain in picturesque Acadia National Park for one of the "Best National Park Experiences," according to Lonely Planet. On board New England cruises, you'll dine like a New Englander on succulent crab cakes and lobster as the allure of the northern seaboard embraces you — and leaves you changed forever.
The capital of Nova Scotia and the largest city in Canada's Atlantic Provinces, Halifax was once Great Britain's major military bastion in North America. The beautifully restored waterfront buildings of Halifax's Historic Properties recall the city's centuries-old maritime heritage. Stroll the waterfront, and you may find Nova Scotia's floating ambassador, the schooner Bluenose II, tied up to Privateer's Wharf, just as old sailing ships have done for over 200 years. Halifax is also the gateway to Nova Scotia's stunning scenery, including famous Peggy's Cove, where surf-pounded granite cliffs and a solitary lighthouse create an unsurpassed scene of rugged natural beauty.
Hailed as the "Cradle of American Independence," Boston is filled with historic sites. Boston was America's first great city. In the 19th century, Boston was rightly described as the "Athens of America." Today this city of 800,000 retains its vitality, combining historic districts with revitalized urban centers while remaining faithful to its venerable roots. It is a city every American should visit at least once. Follow the Freedom Trail along three of the most historic miles in the country. See the site of the Boston Tea Party, trace the route of Paul Revere's famous ride, and stand on the bridge where Minutemen fired "the shot heard 'round the world."
St. John (for the Bay of Fundy), Canada
Saint John, Canada's oldest settlement is the gateway to the scenic wonders of New Brunswick. One of Canada's oldest provinces, New Brunswick remains remarkably unspoiled: 85 percent of the province remains unsettled. New Brunswick boasts vast forests, purling streams, gentle hills, rich farmlands, and a spectacular coastline dotted by historic towns. Nature also blessed the area with one of her most astonishing phenomena: the reversing River Rapids. The fierce tides of the Bay of Fundy rise with such force that they actually cause the St. John River to reverse direction and its waters to flow upstream.