Canada/New EnglandCruise Shore Excursion Guide

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Anthem Of The SeasSailing: 12 - Sep - 2019

Anthem Of The Seas

Sailing: 12 - Sep - 2019

Sailing Itinerary*

Day Port* Arrive Depart Activity
Thu Sep 12Cape Liberty, New Jersey-4:00 pmDocked
Fri Sep 13Cruising--Cruising
Sat Sep 14Boston, Massachusetts7:00 am7:00 pmDocked
Sun Sep 15Portland, Maine8:00 am5:00 pmDocked
Mon Sep 16Bar Harbor, Maine7:00 am6:00 pmDocked
Tue Sep 17Halifax, Nova Scotia11:00 am11:00 pmDocked
Wed Sep 18Cruising--Cruising
Thu Sep 19Saint John, New Brunswick6:05 am5:55 pmDocked
Fri Sep 20Cruising--Cruising
Sat Sep 21Cape Liberty, New Jersey7:00 am-Docked

*All itineraries are subject to change without notice.

General Information
Terms and Conditions

Summary of Tours

Online Shore Excursions reservations for your sailing will be available up until 09-Sep-2019 11:59 PM EDT (Two days prior to your sailing). If you are within the cut-off time, please be sure to visit our Shore Excursions desk to make your reservations onboard.*

Cruising - 13-Sep-2019

Tour Code Tour Title Difficulty Level Restrictions Depart Duration Adult Price Child Price
XZA2 Try Dive Moderate Min Age: 12 Sep 13, 9:00 am 1 hr 34.00 31.00
*Prices are subject to change and may vary by sailing. Excursions must be purchased in the same currency as your cruise reservation. Exchange rates are determined by a competitive pricing program and may be subject to change without notice.

Boston, Massachusetts - 14-Sep-2019

Tour Code Tour Title Difficulty Level Restrictions Depart Duration Adult Price Child Price
BX26 The Best of Boston, Lexington and Concord Moderate N/A Sep 14, 7:50 am 7 hrs 30 mins 112.00 103.00
BX29 Exclusive Boston Duck Tour Mild N/A Sep 14, 9:00 am 2 hrs 48.00 48.00
BX30 Ghosts and Gravestone Tour Moderate Min Age: 7 Sep 14, 8:15 am 1 hr 45 mins 50.00 35.00
BX08 U.S. Presidents - Kennedy and Adams Moderate N/A Sep 14, 7:50 am 4 hrs 62.00 53.00
BX04 Scenic Boston & Harbor Cruise Mild N/A Sep 14, 7:50 am 3 hrs 70.00 59.00
BX02 Scenic Boston Mild N/A Sep 14, 7:50 am 2 hrs 53.00 42.00
BX05 A Revolutionary Experience-Lexington and Concord Moderate N/A Sep 14, 7:50 am 4 hrs 47.00 37.00
BX03 Historic Boston & Cambridge Moderate N/A Sep 14, 7:50 am 3 hrs 45 mins 52.00 44.00
BX07 Historic Salem and Witch Museum Moderate N/A Sep 14, 7:50 am 4 hrs 15 mins 70.00 59.00
BX09 The Freedom Trail Walking Tour Moderate N/A Sep 14, 7:50 am 3 hrs 30 mins 33.00 28.00
BX19 Old Town Trolley Tour of Boston Mild N/A Sep 14, 8:00 am 1 hr 45 mins 39.00 28.00
BX50 Discover Cape Cod Moderate N/A Sep 14, 7:50 am 9 hrs 99.00 79.00
BX49 Boston City Drive and Skywalk Moderate N/A Sep 14, 1:30 pm
Sep 14, 9:00 am
4 hrs 30 mins 71.00 57.00
BX56 The Roads of Revolution: In the Footsteps of Paul Revere Moderate N/A Sep 14, 7:50 am 7 hrs 30 mins 78.00 68.00
*Prices are subject to change and may vary by sailing. Excursions must be purchased in the same currency as your cruise reservation. Exchange rates are determined by a competitive pricing program and may be subject to change without notice.

Portland, Maine - 15-Sep-2019

Tour Code Tour Title Difficulty Level Restrictions Depart Duration Adult Price Child Price
PW18 Kennebunkport and Scenic Cruise Mild N/A Sep 15, 8:50 am 5 hrs 59.00 48.00
PW50 Bath Iron Works Story By Land and Sea Mild N/A Sep 15, 8:50 am 6 hrs 93.00 75.00
PW01 Kennebunkport Mild N/A Sep 15, 8:50 am 3 hrs 45 mins 64.00 44.00
PW02 Portland Highlights and Lighthouse Mild N/A Sep 15, 8:50 am 2 hrs 45.00 29.00
PW05 The Best of Portland and Kennebunkport Mild N/A Sep 15, 8:50 am 5 hrs 30 mins 74.00 49.00
PW06 L. L. Bean Freeport Shopping Transfer Mild N/A Sep 15, 8:50 am 4 hrs 31.00 22.00
PW15 Lighthouses of Maine Mild N/A Sep 15, 8:50 am
Sep 15, 8:30 am
3 hrs 30 mins 47.00 35.00
PW27 Portland by Land and Sea Moderate N/A Sep 15, 8:50 am 4 hrs 89.00 69.00
PW29 A Taste of Maine Mild N/A Sep 15, 8:30 am 7 hrs 134.00 125.00
PW34 Portland Walking Tour - Beyond the Old Port Mild N/A Sep 15, 8:50 am 2 hrs 29.00 24.00
PW32 Bike and Hike Portland Strenuous Activity Level Min age: 12 Sep 15, 8:50 am 3 hrs 116.00 116.00
*Prices are subject to change and may vary by sailing. Excursions must be purchased in the same currency as your cruise reservation. Exchange rates are determined by a competitive pricing program and may be subject to change without notice.

Bar Harbor, Maine - 16-Sep-2019

Tour Code Tour Title Difficulty Level Restrictions Depart Duration Adult Price Child Price
BY19 The Ultimate Island Experience Mild Min Age: 12
Min Height: 48", Max Height: 84"
Min Weight: 50 pounds, Max Weight: 300 pounds
Sep 16, 8:45 am 4 hrs 152.00 152.00
BY56 Fort Knox and Penobscot Narrows Observatory Moderate N/A Sep 16, 8:50 am 5 hrs 80.00 62.00
BY58 A Walk in the Park - Ocean Trail Hike Moderate Min age: 12 Sep 16, 10:00 am
Sep 16, 1:00 pm
2 hrs 30 mins 41.00 41.00
BY59 Victorian Villages of Mount Desert Island Moderate N/A Sep 16, 8:45 am
Sep 16, 2:45 pm
Sep 16, 11:15 am
2 hrs 54.00 54.00
BY02 Best of Acadia National Park & Cadillac Mountain Mild N/A Sep 16, 8:50 am 5 hrs 30 mins 129.00 99.00
BY03 Acadia National Park Guided Bike Tour Strenuous Activity Level Min Weight: 60 pounds, Max Weight: 300 pounds
Min Age: 12
Min Height: 48", Max Height: 78"
Sep 16, 9:30 am
Sep 16, 12:30 pm
2 hrs 30 mins 75.00 75.00
BY01 Acadia National Park Mild N/A Sep 16, 8:15 am
Sep 16, 2:45 pm
2 hrs 15 mins 52.00 44.00
BY11 Step Back In Time-Victorian Walking Tour Moderate Min Height: 48", Max Height: 84"
Min Age: 8
Min Weight: 80 pounds, Max Weight: 300 pounds
Sep 16, 9:30 am
Sep 16, 11:30 am
1 hr 30 mins 22.00 14.00
BY13 Guided Sea Kayak Tour of Frenchman Bay Strenuous Activity Level Min Age: 12
Min Weight: 80 pounds, Max Weight: 300 pounds
Min Height: 48", Max Height: 78"
Sep 16, 12:45 pm
Sep 16, 9:45 am
2 hrs 30 mins 59.00 59.00
BY08 Acadia Carriage Ride & Cadillac Mountain Mild N/A Sep 16, 8:50 am 3 hrs 30 mins 79.75 79.75
BY18 Cadillac Mountain and Historic Asticou Inn Mild N/A Sep 16, 8:50 am 4 hrs 30 mins 80.00 62.00
BY32 Jewels of Acadia National Park by Van Mild N/A Sep 16, 8:50 am 4 hrs 161.00 125.00
BY30 Bar Harbor by Land and Sea Mild N/A Sep 16, 8:50 am 4 hrs 62.00 44.00
BY33 An Intimate Look At Acadia National Park Mild N/A Sep 16, 8:15 am
Sep 16, 8:30 am
Sep 16, 8:31 am
Sep 16, 11:15 am
Sep 16, 11:16 am
Sep 16, 8:16 am
Sep 16, 11:01 am
Sep 16, 2:01 pm
Sep 16, 2:15 pm
Sep 16, 2:00 pm
Sep 16, 11:00 am
Sep 16, 11:45 am
Sep 16, 2:16 pm
2 hrs 30 mins 62.00 58.00
BY35 Mount Desert Island Scenic Flight Moderate N/A Sep 16, 8:50 am 1 hr 30 mins 233.00 233.00
BY38 Acadia National Park and Lobster Lunch Moderate N/A Sep 16, 8:50 am 3 hrs 30 mins 104.00 94.00
BY36 Golf at Kebo Valley Moderate N/A Sep 16, 8:50 am 3 hrs 30 mins 134.00 134.00
BY40 Acadia National Park Loop Road Mild N/A Sep 16, 8:50 am 2 hrs 50.00 50.00
BY52 Haunted Bar Harbor Walking Tour Moderate N/A Sep 16, 10:00 am 1 hr 45 mins 41.00 33.00
BY54 Cadillac Mountain Scenic Panorama and Bar Harbor Highlights Mild N/A Sep 16, 9:00 am
Sep 16, 1:00 pm
Sep 16, 11:00 am
1 hr 30 mins 41.00 33.00
BY55 Discover Mount Desert Island by Land and Sea Mild Min age: 8 Sep 16, 8:50 am 4 hrs 125.00 98.00
*Prices are subject to change and may vary by sailing. Excursions must be purchased in the same currency as your cruise reservation. Exchange rates are determined by a competitive pricing program and may be subject to change without notice.

Halifax, Nova Scotia - 17-Sep-2019

Tour Code Tour Title Difficulty Level Restrictions Depart Duration Adult Price Child Price
HXC2 Ocean Connection Moderate Min age: 12 Sep 17, 12:00 pm 2 hrs 159.00 89.00
HXC4 Halifax Highlights and Peggy's Cove Mild Max weight: 500 pounds Sep 17, 11:45 am 3 hrs 30 mins 44.00 24.00
HXB9 Wine & Cheese Sail Moderate Min age: 21 Sep 17, 2:30 pm 2 hrs 30 mins 199.00 89.00
HXC6 Halifax Walk and Ferry Rides Strenuous Activity Level N/A Sep 17, 12:30 pm
Sep 17, 1:30 pm
3 hrs 33.00 24.00
HX05 Historic Halifax Walking Tour Moderate N/A Sep 17, 1:00 pm 2 hrs 30 mins 26.00 26.00
HX02 Historic Halifax City Tour Mild N/A Sep 17, 1:00 pm 3 hrs 49.00 49.00
HX07 Hop On/Hop Off Halifax Mild N/A Sep 17, 11:30 am Leisure 35.00 25.00
HX01 Famous Peggy's Cove Fishing Village Mild N/A Sep 17, 12:15 pm
Sep 17, 3:45 pm
3 hrs 52.00 39.00
HX58 Top 10 Best of Halifax Tour Mild N/A Sep 17, 11:30 am 7 hrs 95.00 69.00
HX10 Titanic - The Halifax Connection Mild N/A Sep 17, 4:00 pm 3 hrs 44.00 44.00
HX20 Peggy's Cove and Double Decker City Tour Mild N/A Sep 17, 12:15 pm
Sep 17, 3:45 pm
5 hrs 79.00 39.00
HX25 The Heart of Halifax - Panoramic Drive Mild N/A Sep 17, 4:30 pm 2 hrs 49.75 49.75
HX33 Halifax City and Harbour Duck Tour Moderate N/A Sep 17, 1:30 pm 1 hr 49.00 34.00
HX68 The Essential Halifax Tour Mild N/A Sep 17, 11:30 am Leisure 59.75 49.75
HX67 Peggys Cove and Titanic Mild N/A Sep 17, 3:45 pm 3 hrs 30 mins 73.00 58.00
HX84 Marine Wildlife Watching Tour Moderate N/A Sep 17, 1:00 pm 2 hrs 30 mins 73.00 54.00
HX97 Best of Halifax & Peggys Cove Moderate N/A Sep 17, 12:30 pm
Sep 17, 12:00 pm
6 hrs 30 mins 157.00 157.00
HXA4 Foodies on Foot in Halifax Moderate N/A Sep 17, 1:00 pm 3 hrs 15 mins 98.00 98.00
HXB6 Halifax - Hop on for Hops Moderate Min age: 21 Sep 17, 11:30 am Leisure 67.00 0.00
HXB7 All Things Canadian Mild N/A Sep 17, 12:30 pm 7 hrs 93.00 74.00
HXB4 Valley Wines, Tides and Orchards Moderate N/A Sep 17, 12:30 pm 7 hrs 125.00 104.00
*Prices are subject to change and may vary by sailing. Excursions must be purchased in the same currency as your cruise reservation. Exchange rates are determined by a competitive pricing program and may be subject to change without notice.

Saint John, New Brunswick - 19-Sep-2019

Tour Code Tour Title Difficulty Level Restrictions Depart Duration Adult Price Child Price
NB97 Hopewell Rocks Tidal Discovery Moderate N/A Sep 19, 7:50 am
Sep 19, 8:30 am
7 hrs 30 mins 139.00 99.00
NB98 Big Pink Bus & Skywalk Combo Moderate N/A Sep 19, 8:00 am Leisure 51.00 36.00
NBA2 St. Martins and Bay of Fundy Express Mild N/A Sep 19, 12:30 pm 3 hrs 15 mins 62.00 44.00
NBA1 Fundy Fun Race Moderate N/A Sep 19, 10:00 am
Sep 19, 9:00 am
Leisure 67.00 50.00
NBa8 The Queen's Residence and Kings Landing Mild N/A Sep 19, 8:30 am 7 hrs 88.00 79.00
NBA6 Fredericton On Your Own Mild N/A Sep 19, 8:30 am 7 hrs 60.00 30.00
NB49 Wheelchair Accessible Saint John City Sights Mild N/A Sep 19, 7:50 am 2 hrs 30 mins 80.00 80.00
NB01 Saint John Highlights Tour Mild N/A Sep 19, 7:50 am
Sep 19, 9:00 am
2 hrs 30 mins 44.00 33.00
NB15 Saint John's Bay Of Fundy Up Close Moderate N/A Sep 19, 7:50 am 2 hrs 30 mins 89.00 89.00
NB02 St. Martins and The Bay of Fundy Moderate N/A Sep 19, 7:50 am
Sep 19, 10:30 am
Sep 19, 11:30 am
5 hrs 30 mins 76.00 56.00
NB14 Bay of Fundy Coastal Photography Tour Moderate N/A Sep 19, 7:50 am
Sep 19, 9:00 am
3 hrs 15 mins 72.00 72.00
NB38 Fundy by Land and Sea Moderate N/A Sep 19, 7:50 am 2 hrs 30 mins 81.00 81.00
NB33 Scenic Saint John Trolley Tour Mild N/A Sep 19, 7:50 am
Sep 19, 3:00 pm
Sep 19, 8:00 am
Sep 19, 9:45 am
Sep 19, 1:15 pm
Sep 19, 11:30 am
1 hr 15 mins 37.00 28.00
NB54 Big Pink Bus Tour - Hop On Hop Off Mild N/A Sep 19, 8:00 am Leisure 44.00 26.00
NB62 Saint John and Bay of Fundy Top 10 Moderate N/A Sep 19, 7:50 am
Sep 19, 10:00 am
Sep 19, 9:30 am
6 hrs 30 mins 88.00 79.00
NB69 Scenic St Andrews by the Sea Mild N/A Sep 19, 10:00 am 4 hrs 30 mins 50.00 50.00
NB70 Saint John Historic Walking Tour Moderate N/A Sep 19, 9:00 am 2 hrs 22.00 10.00
NB78 Bay of Fundy Whale and Wildlife Watching Moderate N/A Sep 19, 7:50 am
Sep 19, 8:00 am
7 hrs 199.00 199.00
NB77 Reversing Rapids Zip Line Adventure Strenuous Activity Level Min weight: 70 Max weight: 270 Sep 19, 7:50 am 2 hrs 107.00 107.00
NB79 Foodies Walking Tour of Saint John Moderate N/A Sep 19, 7:50 am
Sep 19, 10:00 am
2 hrs 50.00 50.00
NB91 The Bay of Fundy and the Fundy Trail Moderate N/A Sep 19, 8:30 am 7 hrs 104.00 89.00
NB89 Essential Saint John Mild N/A Sep 19, 8:00 am Leisure 63.00 48.00
NB90 Saint John Bucket List Moderate N/A Sep 19, 9:30 am 6 hrs 89.00 44.00
*Prices are subject to change and may vary by sailing. Excursions must be purchased in the same currency as your cruise reservation. Exchange rates are determined by a competitive pricing program and may be subject to change without notice.

Cape Liberty, New Jersey - 21-Sep-2019

Tour Code Tour Title Difficulty Level Restrictions Depart Duration Adult Price Child Price
BD18 Calling All History Buffs with Airport Drop Off (EWR) Mild N/A Sep 21, 9:30 am 4 hrs 125.00 125.00
BD19 Snap-Play- Shop with Airport Drop Off (EWR) Mild N/A Sep 21, 9:30 am 3 hrs 30 mins 69.00 69.00
BD08 Manhattan Highlights and Transfer to Airport (EWR) Moderate N/A Sep 21, 9:30 am 4 hrs 99.00 89.00
*Prices are subject to change and may vary by sailing. Excursions must be purchased in the same currency as your cruise reservation. Exchange rates are determined by a competitive pricing program and may be subject to change without notice.
Try Dive

Try Dive

Cruising
September 13, 2019

Code: XZA2
Prices: Adult 34.00 / Child 31.00 USD Restrictions: Min Age: 12
Duration: 1 hr Departure Times: 09:00 am
Experience the thrill of breathing and exploring underwater without taking the plunge into a scuba diving certification course with a 30-minute program alongside professional instructors who teach you the basics of scuba within the safe, shallow environment of your ship’s onboard pool. You’ll be equipped with all the necessary scuba gear while learning the ropes: inhale compressed air through your regulator and feel the buoyancy of your compensation vest. Test your vision through a mask and flutter your fins around the pool. Beginners, this is an opportunity to get your fins wet with a quick and easy introduction on what it takes to explore underwater worlds.
Highlights:
  • >Experienced instructors: Learn the basics of scuba diving from a friendly and highly qualified team of trainers.
  • >Pool program: Your ship’s onboard pool serves as the perfect space for beginners to get a feel for underwater exploration.
  • >Scuba gear: Your 30-minute introduction includes a regulator, buoyancy compensation vest, mask, snorkel, fins, tanks and weights.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate.
  • >Guests with cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition must take particular caution when selecting a tour with snorkeling/swimming elements, since such water activities could be subject to adverse sea conditions such as high winds, waves and sea current. 
  • >Guests who have concerns must consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them, particularly those involving snorkeling/swimming elements. 
  • >Regulator, buoyancy compensation vest, mask, fins, snorkel, tanks, and weights provided.
  • >Pregnant women should not select this tour.
  • >A signed letter of authorization from a medical doctor to dive will be needed if any part of the waiver form is completed with a yes.
  • >No prior scuba diving experience necessary.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Sun protection
  • >Towel
What to Wear:
  • >Swimsuit under cover-up or light clothing
  • >Reef socks/water shoes
The Best of Boston,Lexington and Concord

The Best of Boston, Lexington and Concord

Boston, Massachusetts
September 14, 2019

Code: BX26
Prices: Adult 112.00 / Child 103.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 7 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 07:50 am
Take a scenic ride from Boston to two of the most important battlefields of the American Revolution. You'll visit Lexington Green where Paul Revere ended his historical midnight ride, and travel to Concord and the Old North Bridge, where revolutionary Minutemen met the British forces. Back in Boston, visit Old North Church, and then feast on a delicious lunch at historic Union Oyster House before a city round-about with views of primary historic sights.
Highlights:
  • >Lexington Green: The full story of Paul Revere and his exploits are revealed during your tour of this historic area.
  • >Concord: See where the first full battle of the Revolutionary War took place, when colonial Minutemen confronted English soldiers.
  • >Boston Highlights: Travel through Copley Square and Beacon Hill, and see Boston Common, the State House, and Harvard campus.
  • >Lunch: Enjoy a meal at the Union Oyster House, the oldest continually operating restaurant in the United States.
Important Notes:
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Weather appropriate clothing
Exclusive Boston Duck Tour

Exclusive Boston Duck Tour

Boston, Massachusetts
September 14, 2019

Code: BX29
Prices: Adult 48.00 / Child 48.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs Departure Times: 09:00 am
Explore one of America's oldest cities two ways on a narrated sightseeing tour in a WWII-style amphibious landing vehicle that passes notable landmarks and neighborhoods before splashing into the Charles River for skyline views. Your two-hour exploration begins in the seat of a unique bus-turned-boat bound for historic sights not included on the typical Duck Tour route. Listen along as your friendly and knowledgeable ConDUCKtor shares about this city's centuries-old history, from its founding in 1630 to the American Revolution and beyond. Along city streets you'll see Boston Common's sprawling green space and the State House's golden dome. Embrace the North End's Italian heritage and the Prudential Tower's modern design. Along the red-lined Freedom Trail you'll find a collection of historic markets, homes and churches, while Victorian brick row houses fill the Beacon Hill neighborhood. Then feel the rush of adventure as your amphibious vehicle drives straight into the Charles River for a romp around Boston Harbor. See 100-year-old warehouses lining the Seaport District and the USS Constitution, the oldest commissioned naval ship in the US. Take in the charming city skyline before heading back to the pier.
Highlights:
  • >ConDUCKtor: Enjoy a fully narrated sightseeing adventure in a WWII-style amphibious landing vehicle that doubles as a bus and boat.
  • >By land: Drive past many of the sites and landmarks that make Boston the Birthplace of Freedom in the U.S. On top of going past the normal neighborhoods of the Back Bay, Beacon Hill, West End and Financial District you will also experience 3 bonus neighborhoods on this exclusive tour: the Seaport District, Waterfront and Charlestown.
  • >By sea: Cruise up the Charles river for breathtaking views of the Boston and Cambridge skylines.
Important Notes:
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
  • >The vehicle used on this excursion is adapted with an access ramp (or lift where available) to accommodate a limited number of wheelchairs.
  • >Guests using wheelchairs must be transported to the departure location to be loaded/unloaded off the vehicle.
  • >The wheelchair lift is not portable.
  • >Guests needing special assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion.
  • >No restrooms onboard or bathroom breaks during the tour.
  • >Guests may encounter tour delays and loss of time due to heavy traffic in the area. This is beyond the control of the local agent and/or Royal Caribbean International.
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Layered clothing
  • >Walking shoes
Ghosts and Gravestone Tour

Ghosts and Gravestone Tour

Boston, Massachusetts
September 14, 2019

Code: BX30
Prices: Adult 50.00 / Child 35.00 USD Restrictions: Min Age: 7
Duration: 1 hr 45 mins Departure Times: 08:15 am
Join your 17th-century gravedigger guide on a two-hour “frightseeing” trolley ride — and prepare for a day of scares and macabre ghost tales. Dig deep into Boston's darker side as you visit two of the city’s oldest burial grounds, where famous Bostonians were laid to rest. Walk around the headstones in Copp’s Hill and either Granary or King’s Chapel burial grounds, visiting the gravesites of Paul Revere, Samuel Adams and John Hancock. And feel the goosebumps on your skin as you learn about the murderous Boston Strangler and paranormal activity documented throughout the city. At the end of your “tour of doom,” your guide can drop you off if you like at Quincy Markey/Faneuil Hall, where you can take complimentary trolley transportation back (no need to purchase additional shuttle tickets). Or remain onboard and head directly to the pier.
Highlights:
  • >Commentated trolley ride: Join a costumed gravedigger on a “frightseeing” tour; stroll around two of Boston’s oldest burial grounds.
  • >Famous gravesites: Visit the final resting places of famous Boston residents such as John Hancock, Paul Revere and Samuel Adams.
  • >Boston legends: Hear about the Boston Strangler and paranormal activity documented throughout the city.
Important Notes:
  • >Children under the age of 7 are not permitted to participate, because of the subject matter covered.
  • >Guests with mobility issues should not participate; tour requires a moderate amount of walking over hilly and uneven surfaces and climbing steps into an out of the historic burial grounds dating back to the 1600s, which are not accessible.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Weather-appropriate clothing
U.S. Presidents - Kennedyand Adams

U.S. Presidents - Kennedy and Adams

Boston, Massachusetts
September 14, 2019

Code: BX08
Prices: Adult 62.00 / Child 53.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: 07:50 am
Explore Boston’s presidential history as you independently roam the lauded John F. Kennedy Library before joining a guided tour of the presidential Peacefield, home of the Adams family. Watch an informative 17-minute film narrated by U.S. President John F. Kennedy, including television footage and home movies. Wander the museum independently, viewing space program exhibits and an Oval Office recreation. Visit Peacefield, the plantation residence where presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams resided, replete with original artwork and furniture.
Highlights:
  • >John F. Kennedy Library: Enjoy an engaging 17-minute film, with television footage and home movies of the 35th president.
  • >Independent Exploration: Explore the museum on your own, viewing space program displays and a recreation of the Oval Office.
  • >Peacefield: Tour the summer plantation residence of presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams, with original artwork and furniture.
Important Notes:
  • >Tour may operate in reverse order.
  • >Guests must walk up steps to visit second floor of Peacefield.
  • >Guests using a walker are not permitted on the second floor of Peacefield.
  • >The use of motorized wheelchairs or scooters are not permitted in the Peacefield house due to the historic nature of the home.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Scenic Boston & HarborCruise

Scenic Boston & Harbor Cruise

Boston, Massachusetts
September 14, 2019

Code: BX04
Prices: Adult 70.00 / Child 59.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs Departure Times: 07:50 am
Enjoy the historic city of Boston by land and by sea. A 45-minute cruise along the harbor offers scenic views of the skyline as an informative guide describes the city's famous landmarks. Continue by land aboard a motor coach to view the elegant architecture of Copley Square. You'll pass through upscale residential neighborhoods and overlook the green oasis of the Boston Common before an exciting journey along the Freedom Trail.
Highlights:
  • >Harbor Cruise: Cruise through Boston's busy waterfront and harbor islands, possibly sighting Old Ironsides in the Charlestown Navy Yard.
  • >Copley Square: Compare the architecture of old and new Boston, contrasting modern John Hancock Tower and old Trinity Church.
  • >Freedom Trail: See gold-domed Massachusetts State House, Boston Tea Party's Old South Meeting House, and pass near Old North Church.
  • >THIS TOUR IS OPERATED BY A TOUR OPERATOR THAT HAS BEEN THIRD-PARTY VERIFIED TO AN INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED SUSTAINABILITY STANDARD.
Important Notes:
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Weather appropriate clothing
Scenic Boston

Scenic Boston

Boston, Massachusetts
September 14, 2019

Code: BX02
Prices: Adult 53.00 / Child 42.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs Departure Times: 07:50 am
Explore scenic Boston, a city rich in American history, during a two-hour panoramic tour. In Copley Square you'll see the architectural wonders of and Trinity Church, and the Boston Public Library. Pass near the 23-caret gold-leaf dome of Massachusetts State House, the majestic steeple of Old North Church of Paul Revere fame, and Old South Meeting House where the Boston Tea Party began. Tour ends with shopping at Fanieul Hall/Quincy Market or return to ship.
Highlights:
  • >Copley Square: Get a good view of Boston's varied architecture, including Trinity Church and I.M Pei's John Hancock tower.
  • >Back Bay: Travel through extravagant residential areas, past the Public Garden and the upscale shopping and restaurants of Newberry Street.
  • >Boston Common: See the golden dome State House and historic sites referencing Paul Revere and the Boston Tea Party.
Important Notes:
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
  • >Complimentary 20-minute return shuttle back to pier at guests' leisure.
  • >Dependent on ship's specific port hours, guests may be dropped off at Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market at tour conclusion.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Weather appropriate clothing
A RevolutionaryExperience-Lexington andConcord

A Revolutionary Experience-Lexington and Concord

Boston, Massachusetts
September 14, 2019

Code: BX05
Prices: Adult 47.00 / Child 37.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: 07:50 am
Discover the historic battlefields of Lexington and Concord on a scenic drive to the outskirts of Boston. Learn how these one-time farming communities participated in the American Revolution. Your guide will identify the homes of some of America's most revered authors, including Nathaniel Hawthorne, Louisa May Alcott, and Ralph Waldo Emerson. Continue to Cambridge where you will see Harvard University, America's oldest institute of higher learning, and one of the world's most prestigious universities.
Highlights:
  • >Lexington Green: Paul Revere's historical midnight ride ended here with the warning of British Redcoats approaching Boston Harbor.
  • >Concord and Old North Bridge: See where the Revolutionary War began, when British forces were surprised by 400 minutemen.
  • >Cambridge: Stroll past Harvard University, the oldest institute of higher learning in the United States, established in 1636.
  • >THIS TOUR IS OPERATED BY A TOUR OPERATOR THAT HAS BEEN THIRD-PARTY VERIFIED TO AN INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED SUSTAINABILITY STANDARD.
Important Notes:
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately one-quarter mile over even and hard-packed gravel surfaces.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Weather appropriate clothing
Historic Boston & Cambridge

Historic Boston & Cambridge

Boston, Massachusetts
September 14, 2019

Code: BX03
Prices: Adult 52.00 / Child 44.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 45 mins Departure Times: 07:50 am
Experience the colonial highlights of Boston on a scenic tour that includes a walk through the historic North End and a visit to Cambridge. You'll see Copley Square, Trinity Church, Boston Public Library, Back Bay, Newbury Street, Public Garden, the Boston Common, Beacon Hill and Massachusetts State House. You'll stop at Old North Church, where Paul Revere signaled the arrival of the British, and continue to Cambridge to stroll through Harvard, America's oldest university.
Highlights:
  • >Boston Highlights: Travel by coach past primary points of interest, including Boston Common, Massachusetts State House and Beacon Hill.
  • >Old North Church: Visit the spot where Paul Revere ordered lanterns hung in the steeple, signaling approach of British Redcoats.
  • >Cambridge: Stroll through Harvard University, America's oldest and most prestigious university.
Important Notes:
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Weather appropriate clothing
Historic Salem and WitchMuseum

Historic Salem and Witch Museum

Boston, Massachusetts
September 14, 2019

Code: BX07
Prices: Adult 70.00 / Child 59.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: 07:50 am
Experience the magic of Salem, the haunting seaside city known for its infamous Witch Hunts three centuries ago. The Salem Witch Museum offers a dramatic presentation recounting the tragic events of the Witch Trials of 1692. A narrated exhibit gives a glimpse into the mysterious lives of old Salem's Pagans, Wiccans, midwives and healers. Continue to picturesque Derby Wharf and enjoy free time to explore the waterfront and its nautical heritage.
Highlights:
  • >Salem Witch Museum: Learn about the Witch Trials, with a dramatic presentation and narrated exhibits.
  • >Witch Memorial: See Point Burying Ground where one of the "witch" judges, an ancestor of Nathaniel Hawthorne, is buried.
  • >Derby Wharf: Explore Salem's past along this historic waterfront, or browse the shops.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk and stand for approximately 40 minutes at the Witch Museum.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Walking in Salem is at guests' discretion.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Weather appropriate clothing
The Freedom Trail WalkingTour

The Freedom Trail Walking Tour

Boston, Massachusetts
September 14, 2019

Code: BX09
Prices: Adult 33.00 / Child 28.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 07:50 am
Discover Boston’s illustrious history and famous residents as you embark on a guided walking tour past a number of historic sites along the red-bricked Freedom Trail. Uncover remnants of the American Revolutionary War, passing stately churches, burial grounds of well-known Bostonians, and the first public school. Hear tales of the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea Party retaliation. Travel through North End, America’s oldest neighborhood, and view the church where Paul Revere hung his two famous lanterns.
Highlights:
  • >Guided Walking Tour: Travel by foot through downtown Boston, as your guide shares stories of the bloody American Revolution.
  • >Freedom Trail: Walk along the red-brick path, past churches, cemeteries where famous residents rest, and America’s first public schoolhouse.
  • >North End: Visit the country’s oldest surviving neighborhood and the church where Paul Revere lit his legendary two lanterns.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk for approximately 3 hours (2 miles) and endure periods of standing.
  • >Guests should consider their physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Sites include steps, uneven ground, areas under construction, cobblestones, and busy city intersections. The use of mobility assistance such as a wheelchair, scooter, walker, crutches, or cane is not permitted.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Old Town Trolley Tour ofBoston

Old Town Trolley Tour of Boston

Boston, Massachusetts
September 14, 2019

Code: BX19
Prices: Adult 39.00 / Child 28.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 1 hr 45 mins Departure Times: 08:00 am
Relive colonial Boston's bustling seaport days on a fully narrated Old Town Trolley Tour. Beacon Hill, Fenway Park, Cambridge, Old North Church, Bunker Hill the Public Garden, and CHEERS, are among the historic sites you'll see. Looking across the harbor in Charlestown you'll see the beautiful Bunker Hill Monument with a possible sighting of the celebrated war ship, USS Constitution, "Old Ironsides." End the tour at Quincy Market/Faneuil Hall or return to the ship.
Highlights:
  • >Old Town: Hear colorful anecdotes and humorous facts about Boston and enjoy well-researched historical information aboard the trolley.
  • >Faneuil Hall Marketplace: Explore the site of historic town hall meetings during revolutionary times and shop in Quincy Market.
  • >Boston Trolley Transfer: If you're stopping at Quincy Market you can take advantage of complimentary transportation back to the ship.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Weather appropriate clothing
Discover Cape Cod

Discover Cape Cod

Boston, Massachusetts
September 14, 2019

Code: BX50
Prices: Adult 99.00 / Child 79.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 9 hrs Departure Times: 07:50 am
Escape the city the day and head out to scenic Cape Cod, where the Atlantic Ocean crashes against 400 miles of pristine shoreline dotted with cottages, sailboats and quaint fishing villages. Your first stop is Sandwich, the oldest town on Cape Cod, which dates back to 1624. Driving through the town, admire the buildings that appear as they did in the 18th and 19th centuries. Then make your way to historic Dexter Grist Mill, located in a lush, pastoral setting. The mill is the oldest water mill in the United States and has been lovingly preserved and restored. At the small port of Hyannis, you’ll step aboard a boat for a narrated sightseeing cruise around Hyannis harbor. Along the way, capture views of the Kennedy Compound and soak up the lovely surrounding scenery. Located on the southeast tip of Massachusetts and half way down the Cape Cod Peninsular is the quaint town of Chatham. Here, you’ll be given free time to explore plus enjoy some lunch or refreshments at one of the local eateries (not included). You’ll also have time to browse a variety of local shops for gifts and souvenirs.
Highlights:
  • >Escape the city: Head out to Cape Cod, 400 miles of pristine shoreline dotted with cottages, sailboats and charming villages.
  • >Cruise along Cape Cod Canal: Capture views of the Kennedy Compound; take in the lovely surrounding scenery.
  • >Chatham: Spend free time exploring this typical quaint town; enjoy some lunch (not included), plus browse for gifts and souvenirs.
Important Notes:
  • >Tour is not wheelchair accessible.
  • >To allow maximum flexibility, lunch or refreshments are not included in this tour.
  • >The drive to Cape Cod is around 1.5 hours.
  • >The harbor cruise is around 1 hour; the boat is not exclusive to Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and is shared with the paying general public.
  • >The tour duration may be slightly reduced or lengthened, depending on local conditions on the day.
  • >This tour involves walking over varying terrain which includes some steps. Flat, comfortable shoes are recommended.
  • >Tour itinerary may vary, depending on traffic.
  • >Tour may start at Chatham first when tour is starting after 9 am, so guests can enjoy lunch in Chatham at a reasonable time.
  • >Guests with hearing difficulties or those with eyesight issues may participate in the tour, but no special accommodations are available.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Hiking/walking shoes
  • >Weather-appropriate clothing
Boston City Drive andSkywalk

Boston City Drive and Skywalk

Boston, Massachusetts
September 14, 2019

Code: BX49
Prices: Adult 71.00 / Child 57.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 01:30 pm, 09:00 am
Enjoy an introduction to Boston’s most important landmarks on a guided drive through the city as well as a trip to the Skywalk for amazing panoramic views. Your tour includes Copley Square, one of the city’s most attractive spots. The Square is surrounded by striking buildings, including the stunning Romanesque Trinity Church and the Renaissance-style Boston Public Library. Continue to the city center to enjoy a bird’s-eye view from the Skywalk of the Prudential Building. Listen to an audio presentation while taking in sweeping, 360-degree panoramic views of Boston from the 50th floor. Along Newbury Street, see the elegant Victorian mansions that have been converted into chic restaurants and boutiques. Enjoy the sights of the Public Garden and century-old swan boats as you pass by Boston Common to the heart of the old city. And view the gold dome of the Massachusetts State House perched atop Beacon Hill, whose cornerstone was laid in 1795. Following along the “Freedom Trail,” view the Old State House, where the Declaration of Independence was read, as well as the site of the Boston Massacre. Then enjoy free time in bustling Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall Marketplace, once a key meeting point for Boston’s revolutionaries.
Highlights:
  • >City drive: Enjoy an introduction to Boston’s most important landmarks on a guided drive through the historic city.
  • >Copley Square: Stop at one of Boston’s most attractive spots; admire Romanesque Trinity Church and the Renaissance-style Boston Public Library.
  • >Skywalk: Take in sweeping, 360-degree panoramic views of Boston from the 50th floor of the Prudential Building.
Important Notes:
  • >Passengers will be required to take an elevator up to the 50th floor, where the Skywalk is located.
  • >Tour involves about 40 minutes of guided walking; flat, comfortable shoes are recommended.
  • >Tour may pass through tunnels to avoid traffic and, depending on traffic conditions, it may not be possible to make photo stops.
  • >The time spent at Quincy Market is around 1 hour.
  • >Guests must be able manage about 2.5 hours of slow walking and standing.
  • >Guides can only provide verbal guidance to guests; they cannot lift guests or push wheelchairs.
  • >Guests requiring assistance must travel with a willing and able companion.
  • >Drivers may not lift any scooter/wheelchair more than 50 pounds.
  • >Guests with hearing difficulties or those with eyesight issues may participate in the tour, but no special accommodations are available.
What to Bring :
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What to Wear :
  • >Hiking/walking shoes
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Weather-appropriate clothing
The Roads of Revolution: Inthe Footsteps of Paul Revere

The Roads of Revolution: In the Footsteps of Paul Revere

Boston, Massachusetts
September 14, 2019

Code: BX56
Prices: Adult 78.00 / Child 68.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 7 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 07:50 am
Feel the history as you get a firsthand look at the Birthplace of the American Revolution. Your day-long tour includes highlights of Boston and a scenic drive to the battlefields of Lexington and Concord. At Lexington Green, see where Paul Revere concluded his famous midnight ride, where the skirmish between patriots and British troops kick-started the War of Independence. Travel to the nearby Concord and the Old North Bridge, getting a closer look at where Minutemen fired the first shot, the “shot heard round the world.” Head back to Boston for lunch and time to explore on your own at lively Faneuil Hall Marketplace, teeming with restaurants, cafes, shops and colorful street performers. Part of this complex is Quincy Market, a vast 19th-century hall. Be sure to visit Faneuil Hall itself, which some call the “Cradle of Liberty.” This was the site of several speeches by Samuel Adams and other revolutionaries encouraging independence from England. Continue your tour at the Old North Church, the place where two lanterns were held high in the steeple, signaling “two if by sea,” the direction from where the British were coming. Step inside to see a bust of George Washington, known to be one of his best likenesses. Then enjoy a drive punctuated with historic sites as you make your way back to the pier.
Highlights:
  • >Lexington Green: Learn the full story of Paul Revere and his famous midnight ride; see where patriots and British troops fought.
  • >Concord: At the Old North Bridge, see where colonial Minutemen fired the first shot, known as the “shot heard round the world.”
  • >Faneuil Hall Marketplace: Enjoy lunch and free time at this lively shopping and dining complex; be sure to visit Faneuil Hall, known as the “Cradle of Liberty.”
Important Notes :
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately 0.25 mile over even and hard-packed gravel surfaces.
  • >Tour may operate in alternative order.
  • >Tour includes a stop at Harvard/Cambridge.
  • >Trinity Church has started a restoration project that is scheduled to be completed in December 2018. During this time, the building with be partially or completely covered by scaffolding.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What to Wear :
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Weather-appropriate clothing
Kennebunkport and ScenicCruise

Kennebunkport and Scenic Cruise

Portland, Maine
September 15, 2019

Code: PW18
Prices: Adult 59.00 / Child 48.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 5 hrs Departure Times: 08:50 am
Enjoy beautiful views of Maine's famous rocky coastline, a scenic ride to Kennebunkport and a relaxing 50-minute cruise. You'll pass stunning Federal and Victorian style mansions during your drive to Kennebunkport's Dock Square where you'll board your boat to experience panoramic views of Walker's Point and Maine's rocky coast. Afterwards, enjoy one hour exploring shops, galleries, restaurants and pubs in Dock Square. See the Bush Estate and former Summer White House on the return route.
Highlights:
  • >Cruise Maine's Coast: Embark on a 50-minute cruise and enjoy panoramic views of Kennebunkport, Walker's Point and the rocky coastline.
  • >Dock Square: Shop and dine during your one-hour of free time in the center of Kennebunkport.
  • >Kennebunkport: See Walker's Point, the Bush Estate, and 18th and 19th century mansions built by wealthy merchants and sea captains.
Important Notes:
  • >Approximately one hour of free time in Dock Square.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Bath Iron Works Story ByLand and Sea

Bath Iron Works Story By Land and Sea

Portland, Maine
September 15, 2019

Code: PW50
Prices: Adult 93.00 / Child 75.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 6 hrs Departure Times: 08:50 am
Venture deep into Maine's illustrious maritime legacy on a six-hour adventure that leads you through the Main Maritime Museum's exhibits and on a lighthouse boat cruise, plus includes shopping time in Freeport. Travel to Bath, known as “The City of Ships”, where you'll discover more than 400 years of shipbuilding heritage. Enter the Maine Maritime Museum to peruse gallery exhibits and the historic Percy & Small Shipyard, the country's only surviving shipyard where large wooden sailing vessels were built. Then board the Merrymeeting, a 56-foot motor boat ready to take you on a river cruise past some of Maine's most iconic lighthouses. See the Bath Iron Works, where Navy ships are constructed, and glimpse local wildlife, either from the enclosed lower deck or open-air upper deck. Back on land in nearby Freeport you'll enjoy about 90 minutes of free time to dine on New England cuisine, stroll the shores of Casco Bay, enter taverns dating back to the 1700s, or shop in the town's famous outlets, including the L.L. Bean Flagship Store. Experience it all before heading by bus back to your own innovative ship.
Highlights:
  • >Maine Maritime Museum: Interactive exhibits, photographs, and a historic shipyard tell the story of Bath's shipbuilding legacy.
  • >Merrymeeting: Set sail on a boat downriver past iconic lighthouses, native wildlife and the naval shipyard of Bath Iron Works.
  • >Freeport: Spend free time enjoying the outdoors, grabbing lunch, or shopping in the many outlets and locally owned boutiques.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately .2 miles over uneven surfaces, with inclines and about 10 steps and extended periods of standing.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Guests needing special assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion.
  • >Use of a motorized scooter is not guaranteed on this excursion.
  • >Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
  • >Space is limited but a minimum participation is required in order for the tour to operate.
  • >Guide will designate a time and place to rejoin your coach for return to ship.
  • >Guests who miss the return transportation will be responsible for getting back to the ship.
  • >The drive between port and the museum is approximately 40 minutes.
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Layered clothing
  • >Jacket or sweater
  • >Wet weather gear
Kennebunkport

Kennebunkport

Portland, Maine
September 15, 2019

Code: PW01
Prices: Adult 64.00 / Child 44.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 45 mins Departure Times: 08:50 am
See Maine's rocky coastline and visit the charming village of Kennebunkport, summer home of the Bush family. You'll take a scenic drive through the village, passing Federal and Victorian style mansions built by wealthy sea captains and merchants in the 1700s and 1800s. Enjoy 1-1/2 hours free time at Dock Square, strolling past shops, galleries, restaurants and pubs. On return, you'll see Walker's Point, "the summer White House", where both Presidents Bush hosted world leaders.
Highlights:
  • >Maine Coastline: Wind through one lovely town after another with views of rugged ocean shores as you travel to Kennebunkport.
  • >Kennebunkport: Seasonal beauty year-round has made this village the favored vacation spot of the wealthy, including the presidential Bush family.
  • >Dock Square: Enjoy free time among lovely boutiques, antique stores, pubs, galleries, and restaurants in the center of Kennebunkport.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests will enjoy approximately 1-1/2 hours free time at Dock Square.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Portland Highlights andLighthouse

Portland Highlights and Lighthouse

Portland, Maine
September 15, 2019

Code: PW02
Prices: Adult 45.00 / Child 29.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs Departure Times: 08:50 am
A sightseeing motor coach tour takes you through the picturesque, historic, and entertaining city of Portland. The scenic drive passes the quaint streets of the Old Port where red brick buildings house charming restaurants, pubs, unique boutiques and galleries. Your tour continues past historic Victorian homes to Portland's Art district and the thriving commercial district. Ride to Fort Williams, a former military outpost, now home to Portland Head Light, the oldest lighthouse in Maine.
Highlights:
  • >Old Port: Enjoy the effect of street lanterns highlighting a gracious mix of architectural styles along Portland's historic waterfront district.
  • >Arts District: In streets that once held department stores, Portland has installed impressive museums, theaters, and other cultural centers.
  • >Portland Head Light: Take pictures of Maine's oldest lighthouse, faithfully guarding Portland Harbor at Cape Elizabeth since 1791.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests in wheelchairs and others with mobility challenges should not select this tour.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately 600 feet (optional) over even surfaces with 2 - 3 steps.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
The Best of Portland andKennebunkport

The Best of Portland and Kennebunkport

Portland, Maine
September 15, 2019

Code: PW05
Prices: Adult 74.00 / Child 49.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 5 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 08:50 am
See the highlights of Portland, and visit Maine's oldest lighthouse, and Kennebunkport. Take a relaxing drive through Old Port, the former warehouse district where brick buildings now house retails shops, galleries and restaurants. Admire varied architecture, with Victorian neighborhoods contrasted against Portland's new Arts District. Visit Portland Head Light at Cape Elizabeth. Then on to Kennebunkport, with its elaborate Victorian and Federal mansions, and glimpses of the Bush estate. Enjoy free time at Dock Square.
Highlights:
  • >Old Port: See Portland's renovated warehouse district, where shopping and restaurant venues thrive alongside waterfront activities.
  • >Portland Head Light: Drive through the picturesque town of Cape Elizabeth and visit the still-functioning oldest lighthouse in Maine.
  • >Kennebunkport: See beautiful homes and spend free time shopping or browsing the galleries, boutiques, and shops at Dock Square.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests will have approximately 1-3/4 hours of free time in Kennebunkport's Dock Square.
  • >Lunch not included in this tour.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
L. L. Bean Freeport ShoppingTransfer

L. L. Bean Freeport Shopping Transfer

Portland, Maine
September 15, 2019

Code: PW06
Prices: Adult 31.00 / Child 22.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: 08:50 am
Internationally recognized as a world-class shopping destination, Freeport offers over 200 upscale outlets, designer shops and eclectic boutiques. The Freeport Village is the newest addition with retail shops and restaurants. Discover not only major brands like Ralph Lauren, but also Maine's renowned brands like Cole Haan and L.L. Bean. The town is home to the L.L. Bean Flagship store, which remains open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year.
Highlights:
  • >Freeport: Explore one of the best shopping towns in New England, with over 200 outlets, designer shops and eclectic boutiques.
  • >Freeport Village: Shop for recognized brands, including Crew, Brooks Brothers, Banana Republic, Burberry, Coach, Hartmann and Jones New York.
  • >L.L. Bean: Visit the flagship store established in 1912, that has kept its doors open 24/7 since 1950.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests will have approximately 3 hours of shopping time in Freeport.
  • >Due to the historic nature of Freeport Village not all shops are handicapped accessible.
  • >Guest will receive Map and discount coupons.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Lighthouses of Maine

Lighthouses of Maine

Portland, Maine
September 15, 2019

Code: PW15
Prices: Adult 47.00 / Child 35.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 08:50 am, 08:30 am
Your scenic half-day tour takes you to three of Maine's most prominent lighthouses. Driving through historic Portland, you'll arrive at Bug Light, a lighthouse built of brick-lined cast iron, and see the impressive sculptural tribute Liberty Ship Memorial, dedicated to 266 ships built there during WWII. Continue to sparkplug-style Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse, then on to Fort William and Maine's oldest lighthouse, Portland Head Light. Enjoy exploring, and viewing interesting navigational aids in the museum.
Highlights:
  • >Bug Light: Nicknamed for its small size, elegant Portland Breakwater Light was first lit in 1875.
  • >Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse: View a typical sparkplug-style lighthouse constructed of brick on a cylindrical cast-iron caisson, dating from 1891.
  • >Portland Head Light: Explore Fort Williams and visit the impressive museum located in the former lighthouse keeper's quarters.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Bottled water
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Portland by Land and Sea

Portland by Land and Sea

Portland, Maine
September 15, 2019

Code: PW27
Prices: Adult 89.00 / Child 69.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: 08:50 am
Bring the family together for a driving tour and sea cruise combined in one exciting excursion. First, journey through the historic and contemporary sights of Portland and along the beautiful, craggy coast to Fort Williams. You’ll have a chance to see Portland Head Light, Maine’s oldest lighthouse. This is the first lighthouse completed by the U.S. government and is the most visited, painted and photographed in New England. Next, you'll board the Wendameen for a leisurely two-hour sail around picturesque Casco Bay. This legendary tall ship is an 88-foot wooden schooner that was launched in 1912, restored in the 1980s is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Sit back, relax and take in the sights of Casco’s waters with an experienced crew who will share their knowledge of the sea and sailing. Listen for the barking of the harbor seals, and watch for an occasional eagle. And, if you want, join the crew and help hoist the sails.
Highlights:
  • >Four-hour adventure: Spend half the day discovering Portland on a scenic driving tour and jaunt aboard a legendary wooden schooner.
  • >Portland Head Light: See Maine’s oldest lighthouse and the most visited, painted and photographed lighthouse in New England.
  • >Wendameen: First launched in 1912, this 88-foot wooden schooner is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Important Notes:
  • >Tour may operate in reverse order.
  • >All walking is at guests’ discretion.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >To get to the Portland Head Light, guests must be able to walk 200 yards and navigate 2 or 3 steps.
  • >ADA coach needs to be requested 48 hours in advance.
  • >Guides may not lift guests or push wheelchairs, though they may provide verbal guidance.
  • >Collapsible wheelchairs and scooters can be stored under the coach.
  • >Drivers may not lift any wheelchair or scooter over 60 pounds.
  • >Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Shoes with non-slip soles
  • >Wind/water resistant jacket
  • >Layered clothing
A Taste of Maine

A Taste of Maine

Portland, Maine
September 15, 2019

Code: PW29
Prices: Adult 134.00 / Child 125.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 7 hrs Departure Times: 08:30 am
Delight in Maine’s dramatic scenery and incredible flavors on a daylong tour that includes a lake boat cruise, lobster lunch, plus a hayride and food tasting at a local apple farm. After a one-hour motor coach ride you’ll land at Long Lake, an 11-mile body of water shaped from melting glaciers. Here you’ll board the Songo River Queen II, a replica of the Mississippi River paddle wheelers, for a cruise past secluded coves, natural landmarks and extravagant mansions. Relax on the open upper deck underneath a shaded canopy while the captain shares stories about Maine’s rich history. A delectable meal will be served onboard featuring Maine lobster rolls, potato chips, cookies and a beverage. Then it’s on to Pietree Orchard, a working farm that grows a bounty of fresh fruits and vegetables. Here you’ll enjoy a fun hayride complete with views of the White Mountains and commentary about the local food ecology by your informative farm guide. You’ll taste local apple cider and sweet apple pie made from apples that are grown, baked and fresh-pressed right on the farm. Take a few minutes to browse the farm store before relaxing on the motor coach ride back to your ship.
Highlights:
  • >Lake cruise: Glide across picturesque Long Lake in the open upper deck of a Mississippi River paddle wheeler.
  • >New England cuisine: During your voyage savor a meal of authentic Maine lobster rolls, chips, cookies and non-alcoholic beverages.
  • >Pietree Orchard: Enjoy a commentated hayride before tasting apple cider and sweet apple pie made on this working apple farm.
Important Notes:
  • >Walking is at guests’ discretion. There are 3 steps to board hay ride and 15 steps to get to deck two of boat.
  • >The tour is wheelchair accessible except for hay ride.
  • >If guests have mobility issues they don’t have to join that portion of the tour.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
  • >An alternative dessert will be served if apples are out of season.
  • >Consider dietary restrictions and food allergies when selecting tour.
  • >The drive to the boat dock is approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. The drive from the orchard to port is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Warm clothes
  • >Walking shoes
Portland Walking Tour -Beyond the Old Port

Portland Walking Tour - Beyond the Old Port

Portland, Maine
September 15, 2019

Code: PW34
Prices: Adult 29.00 / Child 24.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs Departure Times: 08:50 am
Embark on an on-foot journey through Portland’s distinctive neighborhoods and past its notable landmarks while traveling alongside a friendly and knowledgeable guide. Head out along cobblestone streets of the Old Port and make your way along the Eastern Promenade, a trail built along an old rail corridor. Here you’ll enjoy spectacular views of Casco Bay and the Portland Observatory, a historic maritime signal tower built in 1807. Throughout your adventure you’ll trek past the Wadsworth-Longfellow Mansion, where the famous literary figure grew up, and admire the 19th-century American domestic architecture of Victoria Mansion. You’ll stroll by City Hall, along the shopping hub of Commercial Street, and past the oldest church in town. In the Downtown Arts District, learn about Portland’s creative scene as well as its culinary and beer heritage while making your way around local theaters, arts schools, galleries and world-class museums. Then head back to your ship having experienced a street-level glimpse into Portland’s most spectacular wonders.
Highlights:
  • >Eastern Promenade: Walk along an old rail corridor, where you can enjoy views of Casco Bay and the Portland Observatory.
  • >Notable Landmarks: See historic mansions, City Hall, Commercial Street’s retail hub, and the town’s oldest church alongside a local guide.
  • >Arts District: Learn about the town’s creative scene while strolling past its theaters, arts schools, galleries and world-class museums.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be comfortable walking 3.5 miles of hilly urban terrain during the 2 hour walking tour.
  • >This tour is not suitable for guests with mobility issues.
  • >This tour is not wheelchair accessible.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Weather appropriate clothing
  • >Walking shoes
Bike and Hike Portland

Bike and Hike Portland

Portland, Maine
September 15, 2019

Code: PW32
Prices: Adult 116.00 / Child 116.00 USD Restrictions: Min age: 12
Duration: 3 hrs Departure Times: 08:50 am
Here’s your chance to see Portland’s spectacular scenery while learning about the town’s illustrious history in an active and unique way. This three-hour tour will have you cycling and hiking your way around some of the city’s most notable landmarks. First hop on two wheels and head out on a one-hour bike ride along Portland’s Eastern Promenade Trail. As you travel along the Atlantic oceanfront and across an old rail corridor, you’ll enjoy fabulous views of Casco Bay, glimpse Fort Gorges, a former military outpost built in the 1860s, and see Bug Light, the smallest coastal lighthouse in the U.S. As you make your way to Mackworth Island, you’ll leave your bicycles and trek on foot for one mile around the popular recreation area alongside an informative guide. Circle the island to discover a protected bird sanctuary, a cemetery where Governor Baxter buried his dogs, plus panoramic views of the Portland skyline. Take in the views before pedaling your way back to your ship.
Highlights:
  • >Scenic Cycling: Embark on a pedaling adventure along Portland’s Eastern Promenade Trail past the glimmering Atlantic Ocean and notable landmarks.
  • >Coastal Hike: Trek one mile on foot around Mackworth Island, a popular recreation area, alongside an informative guide.
  • >Regional Commentary: Learn the history behind the area’s military forts, lighthouses, and cemeteries while enjoying stunning Portland scenery.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests should be comfortable cycling 10 to 11 miles and walking 1 mile.
  • >Guests must sign a liability waiver to participate in this tour.
  • >This tour is not wheelchair accessible.
  • >This tour is not suitable for guests with mobility issues.
  • >Pregnant women should not select this tour.
  • >Guests must know how to ride a bike. Anyone who has not ridden a bike in the past 5 years will not be able to participate on the tour.
  • >Guests must be able to pedal a bicycle over moderate terrain, with some uphill climbs and routes on local interstates.
  • >Guests must consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate.
  • >Guests with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition must take particular caution when selecting a tour particularly tours categorized as strenuous.
  • >Guests who have concerns must consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Athletic clothes
  • >Closed-toe shoes
  • >Weather-appropriate clothing
The Ultimate IslandExperience

The Ultimate Island Experience

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY19
Prices: Adult 152.00 / Child 152.00 USD Restrictions: Min Age: 12
Min Height: 48", Max Height: 84"
Min Weight: 50 pounds, Max Weight: 300 pounds
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: 08:45 am
Set out for an exciting time on Bar Harbor’s coast on this exclusive 8-person tour. Gaze at stunning coastal landscapes along Park Loop Road in Acadia National Park and admire Victorian mansions in Seal Harbor and Northeast Harbor as you travel in style aboard an ultra-comfortable limo coach. Pause for photos at Thunder Hole and at the summit of Cadillac Mountain, the highest point on North America’s Eastern seaboard. You’ll also savor a three-course lunch in an elegant Bar Harbor restaurant.
Highlights:
  • >Exclusive limousine coach tour: Enjoy a personalized experience on this 14-guest-maximum tour, featuring a limo coach and elegant three-course luncheon.
  • >Acadia National Park: Exult in breathtaking New England scenery during your luxury limo coach ride along Park Loop Road
  • >Cadillac Mountain: Stop at Thunder Hold before summiting 1,530-foot Cadillac Mountain, two of the most visited sites in Acadia National Park.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What To Wear:
  • >Light clothing
  • >Hat and sunglasses
Fort Knox and PenobscotNarrows Observatory

Fort Knox and Penobscot Narrows Observatory

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY56
Prices: Adult 80.00 / Child 62.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 5 hrs Departure Times: 08:50 am
Prepare to experience Maine's coastal scenery, rich military history and architectural wonders on a five-hour fully guided adventure that leads you through Fort Knox and to the world's tallest bridge observatory. Enjoy a narrated drive in a comfortable air-conditioned coach along Maine's MidCoast region, past the 19th-century homes of Camden and the quaint gallery-lined downtown strip of Belfast. Embark on a guided tour of Fort Knox, a well-preserved coastal citadel built entirely of granite. Listen along to tales of its bloody wartime legacy along the Penobscot River while viewing period weapons, unique architectural features and cannon batteries. Then get ready for the ride of your life as you take a speedy elevator ride 420 feet above the river to the top of the cable stayed Penobscot Narrows Bridge. From a glass-enclosed observatory you'll relish 100-mile panoramic views of the bay and surrounding river valley. As one of only four bridge observatories in the world, this is an exclusive opportunity to see Maine in all its glory.
Highlights:
  • >Maine: A scenic coach drive along the coast winds you through small seaside communities, historic homes and picturesque landscapes.
  • >Fort Knox: Step inside this historic fortress to learn about its legacy and see period weapons used over the years.
  • >Penobscot Narrows: Stand atop a 42-story-high bridge observatory for spectacular views of the river, bay and countryside.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk over uneven surfaces, with inclines and steps and extended periods of standing.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility.
  • >This tour is not suitable for full-time wheelchair/motorized scooter users.
  • >Guests needing special assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion.
  • >Participation limited but minimum required for tour to operate.
  • >The drive between port and fort is approximately 75 minutes each way.
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Jacket or sweater
A Walk in the Park - OceanTrail Hike

A Walk in the Park - Ocean Trail Hike

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY58
Prices: Adult 41.00 / Child 41.00 USD Restrictions: Min age: 12
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 10:00 am, 01:00 pm
Take in all the natural beauty, wildlife and human history of Acadia National Park on a small-group outing that includes a stop at Thunder Hole and a naturalist-led walk along postcard-worthy Ocean Path. Enjoy a comfortable van ride through Acadia National Park, a 47,000-acre sprawl of woodlands, mountains and rocky beaches comprising Maine’s only national park. Along the way you’ll stand before Thunder Hole to experience the thrill of seeing and hearing ocean waves spurt 40 feet into the air, sounding a boisterous roar as they rush through naturally carved rocks. You’ll then be led by a knowledgeable naturalist guide along a half-mile portion of Ocean Path. Trekking along rugged Atlantic coastline, you’ll not only take in the coastal beauty of Maine, but also learn about its local marine wildlife, native plants, lobster industry and famous residents of old. Breathe in the fresh air of New England before returning to your ship.
Highlights:
  • >Thunder Hole: Watch as ocean water powerfully rushes through carved out rock caves and makes a booming rumble.
  • >Acadia National Park: With 47,000 acres of wilderness, the only national park in Maine is a nature lover’s dreamscape.
  • >Ocean Path: Follow an expert naturalist along a half-mile trail skirting the Atlantic Ocean, learning about local wildlife and plants.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately .5 miles over gravel surfaces, with inclines and about 20 steps and extended periods of standing.
  • >This tour is not suitable for full-time wheelchair/motorized scooter users.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Guests with concerns should consult their personal physician.
  • >Guests needing special assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion.
  • >Participation limited but minimum required for tour to operate.
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
  • >Binoculars
  • >Bottled water
What to Wear :
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Hiking/walking shoes
  • >Layered clothing
  • >Wind/water resistant jacket
Victorian Villages of MountDesert Island

Victorian Villages of Mount Desert Island

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY59
Prices: Adult 54.00 / Child 54.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs Departure Times: 08:45 am, 02:45 pm, 11:15 am
Get lost in the romance and charm of Maine with a two-hour panoramic drive around the upscale estates of Seal Harbor and Northeast Harbor villages, plus delight in breathtaking scenery along Somes Sound. Relax in an executive coach with a small group of fellow explorers as you ride through historic Bar Harbor and picturesque Mount Desert Island. Make your way along Cooksey Drive in the affluent neighborhood of Seal Harbor, passing by seaside mansions owned by celebrities the likes of Martha Stewart and television producer Dick Wolfe. Then wind your way through the Northeast Harbor village, a quiet enclave and popular summer getaway filled with walkable streets lined with art galleries, shops and cafes. Hear tales of the Rockefeller family who lived here and see magnificent yachts and sailboats anchored in the harbor. Then travel tree-lined roadways on the outskirts of Acadia National Park along the rugged coastline of Somes Sound. The only natural fjord on the U.S. east coast, this deep-water sound is known for its spectacular New England scenery and sparkling blue waters.
Highlights:
  • >Seal Harbor: Access affluent neighborhoods where only your small executive coach can drive, admiring grand estates along the waterfront.
  • >Northwest Harbor: This cozy village is a popular summer spot for wealthy Americans, teeming with yachts, art galleries and eateries.
  • >Somes Sound: Drive along the rugged shoreline and forested roadways of the only natural fjord on the East Coast.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk over various surfaces, with inclines and 4 steps and extended periods of standing.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Guests needing special assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion.
  • >Participation limited but minimum required for tour to operate.
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Layered clothing
Best of Acadia National Park& Cadillac Mountain

Best of Acadia National Park & Cadillac Mountain

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY02
Prices: Adult 129.00 / Child 99.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 5 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 08:50 am
Enjoy a multi-faceted tour of Bar Harbor's most scenic areas. You'll visit Sieur de Mont Springs Nature Center and learn about Acadia National Park's varied wildlife. Marvel at Thunder Hole, where ocean swells converge against granite, stop for photos at the Jordan Pond House, set against the Penobscot Mountains and Bubbles Hill, and admire the magnificent summit of 1532-foot Cadillac Mountain. Then, pass the summer homes of Mount Desert Island's most famous residents before enjoying a delectable lobster lunch with blueberry dessert.
Highlights:
  • >Sieur de Mont Springs Nature Center: Learn about Acadia National Park's rich and varied wildlife.
  • >Jordan Pond House: Looking north toward The Bubbles, a pair of glacially-sculpted mounds.
  • >Mount Desert Island: View the summer homes of the Island's most famous residents — Martha Stewart, the Rockefellers, and the Fords.
  • >Thunder Hole: Watch as ocean swells converge against the granite cliffs, creating a thunderous roar.
Important Notes:
  • >Steak is available upon request.
  • >Walking at Sieur de Mont Springs, Cadillac Mountain, Thunder Hole and Jordon Pond House is at guests' discretion.
  • >There are approximately 900 feet of walking over even and cobblestone surfaces.
  • >Cadillac Mountain substituted with stop at Visitor's Center in adverse weather conditions.
  • >The order of the stops may be changed.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Weather appropriate clothing
  • >Hiking/walking shoes
Acadia National Park GuidedBike Tour

Acadia National Park Guided Bike Tour

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY03
Prices: Adult 75.00 / Child 75.00 USD Restrictions: Min Weight: 60 pounds, Max Weight: 300 pounds
Min Age: 12
Min Height: 48", Max Height: 78"
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 09:30 am, 12:30 pm
Explore the stunning scenery of Acadia National Park on a guided bike tour that follows recently refurbished carriage trails, originally created by John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Hop aboard a custom-fitted, 24-speed mountain bike engineered for hard-packed gravel terrain, and follow your professional guide along the carriage trails, stopping periodically to hear commentary about the natural features and local history of your surroundings.
Highlights:
  • >Acadia National Park Carriage Trails: Dating back to 1913, these trails crisscross the park and recently underwent a multi-million dollar refurbishment.
  • >Guided Bike Tour: Your professional guide leads you along the trails and offers fascinating information about your surroundings.
  • >Mountain Bike: Enjoy your ride through the park on a custom 24-speed bike, designed specifically for gravel terrain.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to pedal a bicycle approximately five miles over moderate terrain with some uphill climbs.
  • >Bike and helmet provided.
  • >Guests must be aware certain inherent risks are involved with any cycling excursion.
  • >Guests must consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate.
  • >Guests with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition must take particular caution when selecting a tour particularly tours categorized as strenuous.
  • >Guests who have concerns must consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What To Wear:
  • >Comfortable, weather appropriate clothing
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Wind/water resistant jacket
  • >Biking shoes
Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY01
Prices: Adult 52.00 / Child 44.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: 08:15 am, 02:45 pm
Experience the serene woodlands and rocky shorelines of Acadia National Park. A scenic drive through lands donated by John D. Rockefeller offers engaging scenes of coastlines, mountainous terrains, and evergreen forests. You'll see romantic stone-cut bridges, elaborate carriage trails, and possibly catch a glimpse of bald eagles and white tail deer. Your tour concludes with a photo stop atop the 1530-foot Cadillac Mountain, the highest point in North America's Eastern seaboard.
Highlights:
  • >Park Loop Road: Enjoy tranquil woodlands and mountain scenery along a 27-mile coastal drive.
  • >Acadia National Park: This stunning preserve, set among lakes and mountain slopes, harbors more than 50 wildlife species.
  • >Cadillac Mountain: Marvel at 360-degree panoramic views of glacier-cut granite cliffs, forest, lakes, and valleys.
Important Notes:
  • >Cadillac Mountain substituted with stop at Visitor's Center in adverse weather conditions.
  • >Walking is at guests' discretion.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Insect repellent
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Weather appropriate clothing
  • >Hiking/walking shoes
Step Back In Time-VictorianWalking Tour

Step Back In Time-Victorian Walking Tour

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY11
Prices: Adult 22.00 / Child 14.00 USD Restrictions: Min Height: 48", Max Height: 84"
Min Age: 8
Min Weight: 80 pounds, Max Weight: 300 pounds
Duration: 1 hr 30 mins Departure Times: 09:30 am, 11:30 am
Explore the colorful and illustrious history of Bar Harbor, Maine on a Victorian walking tour of this quaint town. Step back in time to the 1800s, as you follow your guide - playing the role of a Vanderbilt family servant - through the streets of Bar Harbor. Hear tales about the lavish lifestyle and over-the-top behavior of the fabulously wealthy robber barons and the newly rich who, in another era, made Bar Harbor their summer playground.
Highlights:
  • >Bar Harbor Walk: Hear tales of grand parties and see the manicured estates at the summer playground of wealthy Victorians.
  • >Character Roles: Guides offer convincing portrayals of filthy-rich industrialists, blue-blood society, and eager social climbers of old Bar Harbor.
  • >Victorian Mansions: Marvel at extravagant homes, built in the era when Bar Harbor was America's most exclusive resort.
Important Notes:
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately three-fourths of a mile for 1-1/4 hours, over even and gravel surfaces, with some narrow pathways and 2 to 3 stairs.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What To Wear:
  • >Light clothing
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Guided Sea Kayak Tour ofFrenchman Bay

Guided Sea Kayak Tour of Frenchman Bay

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY13
Prices: Adult 59.00 / Child 59.00 USD Restrictions: Min Age: 12
Min Weight: 80 pounds, Max Weight: 300 pounds
Min Height: 48", Max Height: 78"
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 12:45 pm, 09:45 am
Explore the habitats of birds and sea life along the Bar Harbor coastline on this narrated kayak tour. Climb aboard a stable two-person kayak and after brief instructions, head out onto the waters of Frenchman Bay. Paddle past the Porcupine Islands, as your Registered Maine Guide shares facts about the natural ecosystem and points out local wildlife, including harbor seals, porpoises, and bald eagles. As you glide by Bar Harbor, gaze at magnificent shorefront mansions.
Highlights:
  • >Sea Kayaking: Climb aboard a super-stable two-person kayak and discover why sea kayaking is such a popular pastime.
  • >Frenchman Bay: Paddle past the famed Porcupine Islands and take in views of Bar Harbor's oceanfront mansions.
  • >Professional Guide: On this narrated tour, learn about the natural habitat and see wildlife, including porpoises, cormorants, and bald eagles.
Important Notes:
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >This tour is suitable for beginners.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
  • >Bottled water
What To Wear:
  • >Light, quick-dry clothing
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Wind/water resistant jacket
  • >Shoes that can get wet
Acadia Carriage Ride &Cadillac Mountain

Acadia Carriage Ride & Cadillac Mountain

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY08
Prices: Adult 79.75 / Child 79.75 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 08:50 am
Capture the essence of Acadia National Park with a scenic ride on a horse-drawn carriage. A fascinating one-hour journey on rustic carriage roads weaves through the forested landscape. You'll make your way to the top of Cadillac Mountain to enjoy panoramic views of natural beauty, encompassing ocean, valleys, lakes, and mountain forests. At 1532-feet, this peak is the highest point on North America's Eastern seaboard.
Highlights:
  • >Carriage Ride: Enjoy a leisurely ride around Day Mountain, on motor-free gravel pathways created for pedestrians, bicyclists, horses, and carriages.
  • >Acadia National Park: The network of carriage trails, bridges, and gates came about through direct contribution by John D. Rockefeller.
  • >Cadillac Mountain: See where the mountain meets the sea at this spectacular summit, overlooking granite-carved valleys and cliffs, and woodlands.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests in wheelchairs and others with mobility issues should not select this tour.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately 60 feet over even and gravel surfaces.
  • >Guests must be able to climb two large steps to board the carriage.
  • >Cadillac Mountain stop substituted with alternate site in adverse weather conditions.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Weather appropriate clothing
Cadillac Mountain andHistoric Asticou Inn

Cadillac Mountain and Historic Asticou Inn

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY18
Prices: Adult 80.00 / Child 62.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 08:50 am
Experience the heart of Acadia National Park with a visit to Cadilac Mountain and an elegant lunch. See the beautiful Maine coastline as you travel to Asticou Inn, bordered by forested mountains and valleys. Your visit to this historic site offers tea, famous original popovers served with strawberry preserves, and a delicious lunch. Followed by a visit to the Jordan Pond House to take in the views of the pond and the mountains of Acadia National Park. Continue to the summit of Cadillac Mountain for its spectacular views from 1532-feet above sea level.
Highlights:
  • >Asticou Inn: Enjoy lunch among lovely gardens.
  • >Lunch: Feast on seafood chowder, popovers, fresh chicken salad, and BLT’s. Menu subject to change without prior notice.
  • >Cadillac Mountain: See what all the fuss is about when you access the view from the peak of this mountain.
Important Notes:
  • >Cadillac Mountain may be substituted with stop at another venue in adverse weather conditions.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Weather appropriate clothing
Jewels of Acadia NationalPark by Van

Jewels of Acadia National Park by Van

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY32
Prices: Adult 161.00 / Child 125.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: 08:50 am
Immerse yourself in one of the crown jewels of Maine, Acadia National Park on an unforgettable scenic drive. Behold 50,000 acres of rugged splendor, an incredible range of landscapes and natural wonders. Hear the dramatic sounds of waves crashing against the craggy shore at Thunder Hole. Make your way to Jordan Pond House, a restaurant that has been serving fresh, delicious popovers since the 1890s; savor yours with butter and jam. Then head to the pink granite summit of Cadillac Mountain, the tallest peak on the U.S. Atlantic coast. Standing 1,530 feet above the sea, marvel at the breathtaking vistas of Frenchman’s Bay and the Porcupine Islands below.
Highlights:
  • >Acadia National Park: Take in mountains, rivers and lakes and a rich array of flora and fauna; hear waves crash against the rocks at Thunder Hole.
  • >Jordan Pond House: Savor fresh popovers with butter and jam from a restaurant that’s been in operation since the 1890s.
  • >Cadillac Mountain: Stand at the pink granite summit of the tallest peak along the U.S. Atlantic seaboard.
Important Notes:
  • >Drivers may not lift any scooter/wheelchair weighing more than 60 pounds.
  • >Guests requiring assistance must travel with a willing and able companion.
  • >Guides can only provide verbal guidance to guests; they cannot lift guests or push wheelchairs.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Insect repellant
What to Wear:
  • >Hiking/walking shoes
  • >Weather-appropriate clothing
  • >Hat and sunglasses
Bar Harbor by Land and Sea

Bar Harbor by Land and Sea

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY30
Prices: Adult 62.00 / Child 44.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: 08:50 am
On this exciting combination land and sea tour, you will step back in time to the turn of the century, when Bar Harbor was one of the most exclusive resorts in the world. On your walk, you will discover grandiose Victorian mansions that survived the Great Fire of 1947, explore the charming town square, known to locals simply as the "Village Green", and stroll along the scenic Shore Path. After your walk, board a 121-foot-long schooner for an awe-inspiring sail around Frenchman's Bay. Aside from the 2 hours on the schooner, you will be walking through and discovering Bar Harbor.
Highlights:
  • >Bar Harbor: Experience one of the most exclusive resorts at the turn of the century, and its Victorian Mansions.
  • >Schooner: Sail Frenchman's Bay by schooner and enjoy views of Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park and Cadillac Mountain.
Important Notes
  • >The terrain is generally flat and paved.
  • >Schooner may operate by sail or motor power.
  • >Guests climb 5 large steps to board the schooner
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour
  • >Guests with mobility issues should not select tour
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • >Comfortable walking shoes
  • >Layered clothing
An Intimate Look At AcadiaNational Park

An Intimate Look At Acadia National Park

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY33
Prices: Adult 62.00 / Child 58.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 08:15 am, 08:30 am, 08:31 am, 11:15 am, 11:16 am, 08:16 am, 11:01 am, 02:01 pm, 02:15 pm, 02:00 pm, 11:00 am, 11:45 am, 02:16 pm
Find out what makes Acadia National Park so magnificent and unique. You'll tour the rugged, sea-bashed coastline, absorb the beauty of the soaring cliffs, enter its lush forests and enjoy breathtaking views from the summit of Cadillac Mountain. It includes a visit to Thunder Hole where the full force of waves collide with the air making a distant thunderous roar. Your guide will pause at every overlook to answer questions and provide insights.
Highlights:
  • >Acadia National Park: Enjoy the serenity and beauty of nature at this picturesque park offering breathtaking views of soaring cliffs.
  • >Thunder Hole: Experience the power and thunderous roar at this naturally formed inlet.
Important Notes:
  • >There are approximately 20 steps, along with a ramp, at Thunder Hole.
  • >No shopping opportunities on this tour.
  • >On the summit of Cadillac, there are well-maintained concrete and gravel paths.
  • >With only 14 guests, this tour will provide maximum interaction with your experienced guide as you observe the wonders of this majestic park.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Extra layer of clothing
Mount Desert Island ScenicFlight

Mount Desert Island Scenic Flight

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY35
Prices: Adult 233.00 / Child 233.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 1 hr 30 mins Departure Times: 08:50 am
See Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park the best way — from above. Board a comfortable, high-wing Cessna 172 and thrill as you circle the entire perimeter of the Mount Desert Island shoreline, enjoying commentary while beholding unobstructed views of the beauty below. With your experienced and knowledgeable pilot at the controls, see the picturesque landscape of Bar Harbor, a popular place for painters since the 19th century. Fly over rugged Cadillac Mountain and Bass Harbor, a scenic fishing village. Then venture on to the beautiful cliffs, mountains and islands along the western shore. This amazing tour showcases three historic lighthouses, including the Bass Harbor Head Light. Built in the 1858, this 26-foot lighthouse still has the lens that was installed in 1902.
Highlights:
  • >Thrilling 35-minute flight: Circle the perimeter of the Mount Desert Island shoreline, beholding the area the best way — from above.
  • >Quiet and comfortable Cessna 172: Receive a safety briefing prior to boarding and on the aircraft before flying.
  • >Historic lighthouses: Your unforgettable flight showcases three lighthouses; Bass Harbor Head Light dates back to 1858.
Important Notes:
  • >Cessna tour will be run weather permitting.
  • >Tour can be cancelled at the last minute because of air traffic restrictions.
  • >Tour is not wheelchair accessible.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Insect repellant
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Weather-appropriate clothing
Acadia National Park andLobster Lunch

Acadia National Park and Lobster Lunch

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY38
Prices: Adult 104.00 / Child 94.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 08:50 am
Enjoy a four-hour adventure that takes your through breathtaking Acadia National Park, followed by a “Downeast” lobster brunch/lunch. Make your way along Loop Road, the 27-mile-long road that connects the park’s lakes, mountains, forests and rocky coast. You’ll continue past famous sights including Jordan Pond House and Otter Cliffs, before arriving at a scenic photo stop within the park. One of the highlights of Acadia National Park is the diversity of its landscape. This park is home to glacial mountain ridges that look like ice cream cones from a distance. It also contains granite peaks reaching more than 1,000 feet into the air. Next, bring your appetite to a delicious “downeast feast.” With 3,478 miles of shoreline, Maine’s lobsters set the standard by which all the world’s lobsters are judged. (Did you know it's a felony to rob someone else’s lobster pots?) Your lobster brunch/lunch includes a buffet starring lobster and accompanied by mussels, corn on the cob, potato, coleslaw and bread and finished with a sweet blueberry dessert. Steak is available for non-lobster eaters.
Highlights:
  • >Half-day adventure: Feast your eyes on the breathtaking splendor of Acadia National Park; then feast at a "Downeast" lobster brunch/lunch.
  • >Rich natural beauty and heritage: Acadia National Park is the oldest American national park east of the Mississippi River.
  • >Lobster fact: The annual Maine lobster yield is 40 million pounds, nearly 90 percent of the nation’s supply.
Important Notes:
  • >All walking is at the guests’ discretion.
  • >Alcoholic beverages are extra.
  • >Guest must be of legal age to consume alcohol
  • >Brunch/Lunch time may vary depending on departure time. Afternoon tours will have lunch prior to the sightseeing portion of the tour.
  • >There is approximately 2 hours of touring by bus at Acadia National Park.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Binoculars
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Layered clothing
  • >Comfortable shoes
Golf at Kebo Valley

Golf at Kebo Valley

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY36
Prices: Adult 134.00 / Child 134.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 08:50 am
Enjoy a round of golf on a half-day excursion at Kebo Valley Golf Club, the eighth-oldest course in the nation. Since 1888, golfers from all over the world — including golf legend Walter Hagen — have risen to the challenges of its well-conditioned, links-style course and delighted in the spectacular views as they swung and putted their way through. Bring your golf skills and sense of adventure for an unforgettable 18 holes, or practice your swing at the driving range. Transfer to and from golf course, green fees, golf cart rental and tee time are included. Caddies are available for an additional charge. And if you need a set of clubs, they’re available for rent. Located on Mount Desert Island and bordering Acadia National Park, Kebo Valley Golf Club is one of those rare courses that seems both state-of-the-art and turn-of-the-century. Rich in tradition, endless in surprises and incapable of being mastered, Kebo is a source of pride for Bar Harbor, and the course is every bit as captivating today as when it was first played more than a century ago.
Highlights:
  • >Kebo Valley Golf Club: Enjoy playing a round of golf on the eighth-oldest course in the nation.
  • >Scenic setting: The course is located on ruggedly beautiful Mount Desert Island and bordering picturesque Acadia National Park.
  • >Rate includes: Transfer to/from golf course, green fees, golf cart rental and tee time; caddies and clubs available for hire.
Important Notes:
  • >Proper golf attire is required at all times on the golf course and driving range.
  • >No jeans, jean shorts, gym shorts, sweatpants or T-shirts.
  • >Tour operates by van that cannot accommodate a wheelchair.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • >Proper golf attire required
  • >Hat and sunglasses
Acadia National Park LoopRoad

Acadia National Park Loop Road

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY40
Prices: Adult 50.00 / Child 50.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs Departure Times: 08:50 am
Embark on the journey of a lifetime through the spectacularly beautiful Acadia National Park, as you traverse every inch of its winding Park Loop Road. In the comfort of a motor coach equipped with air-conditioning and bathroom facilities, you’ll travel along the 27-mile scenic byway — one of the world’s most picturesque — and view its breathtaking landscapes from your window seat. Throughout the journey your friendly and informative guide will point out notable landmarks: dazzling Frenchman’s Bay, historic carriage stables, dense coastal woods, charming seaside inns and towering Kebo Mountain.
Highlights:
  • >Park Loop Road: Wind along this 27-mile scenic byway and marvel natural landscapes in the comfort of a motor coach.
  • >Acadia National Park: Admire dazzling Frenchman’s Bay, historic carriage stables, coastal woods and towering Kebo Mountain in this breathtaking park.
Important Notes:
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
  • >This tour does not include a stop at Cadillac Mountain.
  • >Photo stops are made based on the parking availability along the Park Loop Road and may include Thunder Hole, Sand Beach, Otter Cliffs, or the Jordan Pond area.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Haunted Bar Harbor WalkingTour

Haunted Bar Harbor Walking Tour

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY52
Prices: Adult 41.00 / Child 33.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 1 hr 45 mins Departure Times: 10:00 am
Stir up spirits from the Bar Harbor of yesteryear as you are led by your costumed guide on a 90-minute stroll past historic sites, haunted spaces, and the Village Burying Ground. Join a captivating guide decked out in 1800s-style period clothing on foot through the backstreets of Bar Harbor and around mytery filled Victorian cottages. As you ramble along the famous Shore Path, you’ll relish views of Frenchman Bay and the offshore Porcupine Islands, plus hear tales of the town’s early history and its most haunting legends. See a collection of buildings believed to be frequented by the ghosts of local residents, and then visit the Village Burying Ground, a graveyard plotted before 1790 where a group of sea captains, fishermen, Union soldiers and sailors permanently reside.
Highlights:
  • >Guided stroll: Join you guide for an exploration of Bar Harbor’s early history and superstitious folklore.
  • >Ghostly encounters: Trek the waterfront Shore Path, see the town’s most haunted buildings, and visit the Village Burying Ground.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk and stand for approximately 1 hour 30 minutes (1,760 yards) and climb a few steps.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >This tour is not wheelchair accessible.
  • >Guests with hearing difficulties or those with eyesight issues may participate on the tour, but no special accommodations are available.
  • >Guests will make their own way back to the ship.
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
Information
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Weather appropriate clothing
  • >Walking shoes
Cadillac Mountain ScenicPanorama and Bar HarborHighlights

Cadillac Mountain Scenic Panorama and Bar Harbor Highlights

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY54
Prices: Adult 41.00 / Child 33.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 1 hr 30 mins Departure Times: 09:00 am, 01:00 pm, 11:00 am
Grab your camera and watch as Maine’s natural beauty unfolds before you while traveling via air-conditioned motor coach to the summit of Cadillac Mountain, the highest point along the United States’ Northern Atlantic seaboard. Ascend 1,530 feet above Acadia National Park across the meandering Summit Road, a steep cliff-lined pathway opened in 1931 that snakes across the north and eastern side of the mountain. Learn about the volcanic and geological forces that formed the mountain while driving on roads lined with pink granite, gnarled trees, various-sized boulders and forests tall with spruce and pitch pine. Then prepare to experience the breathtaking panorama that awaits you at its summit. On a clear day you can view Schoodic Peninsula on the mainland, the Porcupine Islands offshore in the distance, as well as your cruise ship docked in Frenchman Bay, a cove named after a French explorer who roved the area in 1604. Snap a few photos of the landscape and then enjoy the scenic return drive through Bar Harbor. Along the way your guide will point out charming Victorian cottages from the 1800s, the private liberal-arts College of the Atlantic, as well as Village Green, a popular gathering place for locals.
Highlights:
  • >The Summit Road: Meander along steep cliff-lined lanes while ascending 1,530 feet above Acadia National Park via air-conditioned motor coach.
  • >Cadillac Mountain: Admire breathtaking panoramas while standing atop the highest peak along the country’s Northern Atlantic seaboard.
  • >Bar Harbor highlights: Glimpse 19th-century cottages, a distinguished local college, and the verdant Village Green while traveling through town.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately 200 yards over mostly level surfaces.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
  • >This tour is wheelchair accessible.
  • >The drive to and from mountain summit is approximately 45 minutes each way.
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Warm clothes
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Comfortable clothes
Discover Mount Desert Islandby Land and Sea

Discover Mount Desert Island by Land and Sea

Bar Harbor, Maine
September 16, 2019

Code: BY55
Prices: Adult 125.00 / Child 98.00 USD Restrictions: Min age: 8
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: 08:50 am
Escape the crowds and explore the natural splendor and view the wildlife of Mount Desert Island on a 40-foot wooden lobster boat — a truly authentic experience. Your lobster boat is smaller, which means you can get closer to lush forests, stunning granite cliffs, verdant river valleys and serene offshore islands. Then enjoy sampling delicious, fresh-caught seafood at a restaurant that’s popular with the locals — be sure to wear a bib to catch all that butter dripping from every bite. Plus see Maine lobstermen at work, watching them haul a lobster trap and learning what they do to prepare and deliver this native delicacy. Your tour will be completed with a visit to the work shop of world famous wooden boat builder Richard Stanley to experience the rich history of these classic vessels.
Highlights:
  • >Half-day tour: Take in the natural splendor and native wildlife of Mount Desert Island — one of the most beautiful places in the Down East region.
  • >Authentic local experience: Enjoy your tour on a wooden lobster boat; learn how the local lobstermen trap, prepare and deliver this regional delicacy.
  • >Savor a sample: Try freshly caught local seafood — wear a bib to catch the butter dripping from each tasty morsel.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests in wheelchairs and others with limited mobility should not select this tour.
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately 155 yards on a dock as well as on gravel and paved surfaces with more than 230 steps.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Weather gear, if necessary
What to Wear:
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Hat and sunglasses
Ocean Connection

Ocean Connection

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HXC2
Prices: Adult 159.00 / Child 89.00 USD Restrictions: Min age: 12
Duration: 2 hrs Departure Times: 12:00 pm
Feel at one with the waves as you glide across crystal-blue Canadian waters on a one-hour forty five minute, small-group sail that includes picturesque waterside scenery and hands-on sailing instructions by a professional captain. A short 10-minute walk along Halifax's wooden boardwalk brings you to a nearby dock where a 45-foot sailing yacht, its experienced captain, and friendly crew await your arrival. Prepare to cast away into the deep waters of Halifax Harbour, relishing views of the Nova Scotian coastline and city skyline. As you sail around small islands, you'll have the opportunity to learn the ropes of sailing as you fully participate in raising the sails, tacking, gybing and manning the helm. Experience the thrill of going full speed on a downwind run, or if you prefer, sit back on the spacious deck and relax, feeling the wind in your hair. Along the way you'll see rocky shorelines, natural landmarks, historic lighthouses and perhaps even marine life — all while hearing tales of the area's rich maritime history, including a collection of some 45 shipwrecks that still remain sunken below the water's surface.
Highlights:
  • >Halifax Harbour: In a small group with a professional captain, set sail across blue waters past the city skyline.
  • >Sailing adventure: Here's your chance to learn the basics — raising the sails, tacking, gybing and piloting included.
  • >Nova Scotia: Rugged seascapes, natural landmarks, old lighthouses, sunken shipwrecks and marine life abound on a narrated cruise.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately .3 miles over wooden surfaces, with inclines and about 10 steps and extended periods of standing.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Guests with back/neck problems should not select this tour.
  • >Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
  • >This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility.
  • >This tour is not suitable for full-time wheelchair/motorized scooter users.
  • >Guests needing special assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion.
  • >Participation limited but minimum required for tour to operate.
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
  • >Bottled water
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Wind/water resistant jacket
  • >Shoes with non-slip soles
  • >Warm clothes
Halifax Highlights andPeggy's Cove

Halifax Highlights and Peggy's Cove

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HXC4
Prices: Adult 44.00 / Child 24.00 USD Restrictions: Max weight: 500 pounds
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 11:45 am
Embark on a half-day tour that packs in a panoramic drive past the notable city landmarks of Halifax, plus independent exploration in nearby Peggy's Cove and a picturesque photo stop atop historic Citadel Hill. In the comfort of an air-conditioned motor coach, enjoy a passing glimpse of Nova Scotia's capital city. See the white façade of St. Paul's Church; travel along Spring Garden Road's commercial and cultural district; and admire Grand Parade Square's memorial statues. Then travel the famous Lighthouse Route along the South Shore's coast, which brings you to the quaint fishing village of Peggy's Cove. A haven for writers and artists situated at the shores of St. Margaret's Bay, this rural seaside community is where you'll enjoy about an hours' free time to shop, stroll, dine and take in one of the area's most well-known lighthouses, dating back to 1915. On the way back to town you'll make a quick photo stop at Citadel Hill, a 19th-century star-shaped British bastion filled with tales of Halifax's early beginnings. Head back to port having experienced an exciting array of Nova Scotian sights.
Highlights:
  • >Halifax: Take a drive past this capital city's churches, retail promenades, squares and cityscapes before venturing along the Lighthouse Route.
  • >Peggy's Cove: Enjoy free time in this fishing village to souvenir shop, stroll the shore or capture its historic lighthouse.
  • >Citadel Hill: Stand high atop this 19th-century British fortress for sweeping views of Halifax Harbour and the downtown core below.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately .06 miles over rocky, gravel surfaces, with inclines and about 20 steps and extended periods of standing.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Pregnant women and guests with back/neck problems should not select this tour.
  • >This tour is accessible to guests with limited mobility; however, guests must be able to climb into the coach and take a few, small steps on their own.
  • >Guests needing special assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion.
  • >The drive between port and Peggy's Cove is approximately 1 hour each way.
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
  • >Guests should not exceed maximum height of 7'.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
  • >Umbrella (from ship)
  • >Bottled water
What to Wear:
  • >Closed-toe shoes
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Jacket or sweater
  • >Loose clothing
Wine & Cheese Sail

Wine & Cheese Sail

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HXB9
Prices: Adult 199.00 / Child 89.00 USD Restrictions: Min age: 21
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 02:30 pm
The coastal seascapes, maritime culture, and regional flavors of Halifax are on spectacular display as you join a professional captain and crew for a scenic sailing adventure that includes Nova Scotian wine and cheese tastings. A short 10-minute walk along the waterfront boardwalk leads you to a dock where you'll board a 45-foot yacht ready to cast away. Relish waterside views of Halifax's skyline, lighthouses and shoreline alongside a seasoned captain and onboard crew. You'll then have the chance to learn the basics of sailing, as you fully participate in pulling up the sails, tacking, gybing and taking hold of the helm. Or simply relax on a vessel packed with plenty of deck space to unwind. Perhaps the highlight of the day will be your tasting of a collection of four fine wines from various parts of the province, all paired with an assortment of cheeses. Nova Scotia is home to more than 800 acres of vineyards, encompassing 70 grape growers and a rich wine-making tradition dating back to the 1600s. You'll taste the area's legacy in every sip, all while taking in picturesque waterfront scenery among a small group of like-minded explorers.
Highlights:
  • >Halifax Harbour: A professional captain and crew welcome you aboard a sailing yacht for a two-hour, fifteen-minute cruise around Halifax.
  • >Sailing adventure: Learn how to pull the sails, tack, gybe and steer the boat during the trip.
  • >Nova Scotian flavors: Sip a sampling of four local wines and a selection of cheeses from Canada's prominent wine-producing region.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately .3 miles over wooden surfaces, with inclines and about 10 steps and extended periods of standing.
  • >This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility.
  • >This tour is not suitable for full-time wheelchair/motorized scooter users.
  • >Guests with back/neck problems should not select this tour.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
  • >Guests must be of legal age to consume alcohol.
  • >Guests needing special assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion.
  • >Participation limited but minimum required for tour to operate.
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
  • >Bottled water
What to Wear:
  • >Shoes with non-slip soles
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Wind/water resistant jacket
Halifax Walk and Ferry Rides

Halifax Walk and Ferry Rides

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HXC6
Prices: Adult 33.00 / Child 24.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs Departure Times: 12:30 pm, 01:30 pm
Watch Halifax's rich maritime history and scenic seascape unfold before you from two different perspectives, as you take a narrated stroll along the Halifax Harbourwalk before a scenic ferry boat ride across the Halifax Harbour to the Trans Canada Trail in Dartmouth. Your three-hour outing begins on foot as you follow a local guide along the Halifax Harbourwalk along the city's waterfront district. See the Historic Properties, old warehouses dating back to when Halifax was a trading center during the War of 1812. From Halifax you will board a ferry to the Dartmouth side where your sightseeing tour joins the Trans Canada Trail, the world's longest recreational trail, also known as The Great Trail. Listen along to somber tales of the Halifax Explosion of 1917, an unforgettable maritime disaster. Then hop aboard the oldest operational saltwater ferry service in North America for you return journey to Halifax — and get ready to relish ocean breezes while admiring the historic city skyline. Your tour ends back at the Halifax Waterfront, where you can then follow your guide back to the ship or stay awhile longer in town at your leisure. Either way you'll leave Halifax with a deeper understanding and appreciation for the city's sea-based legacy.
Highlights:
  • >Halifax Harbourwalk: Step out with a knowledgeable guide who leads you on a waterside footpath past the well-known Historic Properties.
  • >Trans Canada Trail in Dartmouth: Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the longest recreational trail in the world while taking in panoramic views.
  • >Halifax: On a ferry boat ride you'll hear stories of the 1917 Halifax Explosion and see the city's complete skyline.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately 3.5 miles (3 hours) over varied surfaces, with inclines and about 50 steps and extended periods of standing.
  • >Guests must consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate.
  • >Guests with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition must take particular caution when selecting a tour — particularly tours categorized as "strenuous".
  • >Guests who have concerns must consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
  • >Guests in wheelchairs and others with limited mobility should not select this tour.
  • >Guests needing special assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion.
  • >Advance notice required if service animal is joining tour.
  • >Guests with coolers/medical equipment are responsible for transporting their own items.
  • >Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
  • >Participation limited but minimum required for tour to operate. Tour sequence may vary.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
  • >Umbrella (from ship)
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Jacket or sweater
Historic Halifax WalkingTour

Historic Halifax Walking Tour

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HX05
Prices: Adult 26.00 / Child 26.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 01:00 pm
Explore Halifax’s illustrious history as a port city on a guided walking tour past its lush public gardens, prominent military vestiges and bustling shopping promenades. Join a kilt-donning guide on foot to the 16-acre Public Gardens, where you’ll admire Victorian-era topiaries and cascading fountains. Stand atop Citadel Hill and view the nearby Town Clock and St. Paul’s Anglican Church, the city’s oldest building. Stroll boutiques and lively pubs lining the waterfront Historic Properties warehouse boardwalk.
Highlights:
  • >Guided Walking Tour: Embark on foot alongside a kilted guide as you traverse the Canadian port city’s significant landmarks.
  • >Public Gardens: Roam around the plush 16-acre grounds, viewing Victorian-era topiaries, admiring free-flowing fountains and crossing stone bridges.
  • >Citadel Hill: Relish spectacular city vistas, see the historic Town Clock and visit Halifax’s oldest building, St. Paul’s Anglican Church.
  • >Historic Properties: Stroll around the warehouse-turned-retail seaside promenade and its posh boutiques, waterside restaurants and lively pubs.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately 1½ miles over even surfaces, inclines, and pathways with 10 to 20 steps.
  • >This tour is not recommended for guests with limited mobility.
  • >Guests should consider their physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Vintage Double Decker buses do not have air conditioning.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
  • >Bottled water
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Historic Halifax City Tour

Historic Halifax City Tour

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HX02
Prices: Adult 49.00 / Child 49.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs Departure Times: 01:00 pm
Listen as a kilted guide describes historic landmarks of Halifax and tells you stories about the exciting days of rum running and privateering. A relaxing motor coach ride takes you to beautiful Public Gardens and a meeting with the 78th Highlanders at the Halifax Citadel. You’ll see the stately Province House and St. Paul's Church where bishops and provincial governors lie at rest, and the Old Town Clock given to Halifax by Queen Victoria’s father.
Highlights:
  • >Public Gardens: See one of the finest examples of Victorian Gardens in North America.
  • >Halifax Citadel: Meet members of the 78th Highlanders at one of Canada's most visited National Historic Sites.
  • >Downtown Halifax: See unique architecture and historic sites, including St. Paul's Church, Province House, and the Old Town Clock.
Important Notes:
  • >Main venues are wheelchair accessible; smaller shops are not.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Vintage Double Decker buses do not have air conditioning.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Hop On/Hop Off Halifax

Hop On/Hop Off Halifax

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HX07
Prices: Adult 35.00 / Child 25.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: At Your Leisure Departure Times: 11:30 am
Board your brightly painted, vintage Double Decker bus as Hop-On Hop-Off Halifax showcases the very best this diverse and cosmopolitan city has to offer. See a historic and revitalized downtown core, to the stunning harbourfront landscapes, and hear legendary stories of both the Titanic sinking and the 100-year-old Halifax Explosion. With your all day pass, climb aboard and enjoy the freedom and flexibility to see the city sights on your own schedule while enjoying the comfort and convenience of the double decker bus service. While on board, you will hear about the many marvels of Halifax with the help of the on-board tour guide who will provide narration covering a plethora of topics. Hop off at the famous TITANIC Cemetery. As you peruse the tranquil setting enjoy speaking to a Gray Line tour guide who will inform, enlighten and engage you with stories behind the headstones and of those passengers who are laid to rest in Halifax. Hop-On Hop-Off by Double Decker Halifax is easy and fun to use. The 90-minute round trip route begins at the cruise terminal where you board the bus and enjoy the ride until you reach a part of the city you would like to see in more detail. Hop off and explore at your leisure before re-boarding and continuing on with the tour. A brochure provides a detailed map to help you plan your day with ease and accuracy.
Highlights:
  • >Full Day Pass: Explore the city along the 90 minute route and “hop on or hop off" at attractions that interest you.
  • >Halifax: Admire charming architecture and explore interesting sites, including the Maritime Museum, Public Gardens, St. Paul's Church and Province House.
Important Notes:
  • >Entry to attractions not included in tour.
  • >Double Deckers depart pier every 20-30 minutes all day.
  • >Hop On/Hop Off ticket is a full day pass for Double Deckers.
  • >On selected days Big motor coaches may be used.
  • >Vintage Double Decker buses do not have air conditioning.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Famous Peggy's Cove FishingVillage

Famous Peggy's Cove Fishing Village

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HX01
Prices: Adult 52.00 / Child 39.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs Departure Times: 12:15 pm, 03:45 pm
Journey along coastal roads through the modern city of Halifax to Peggy’s Cove, a rustic working fishing village. Your guide will tell stories about the naming of the cove, and its historic lighthouse. Learn about the lobster fishery, the different types of traps used; and, even touch a live lobster! You’ll have time to explore the shops and galleries and see the magnificent Fishermen’s Monument. Prepare for outstanding photo-ops on return along the Lighthouse Route.
Highlights:
  • >Peggy's Cove: See impressive rock formations and appreciate how this picturesque seaside village, with its stately lighthouse, has inspired artists and writers.
  • >Fishermen's Monument: In tribute to Peggy's Cove, sculptor William deGarthe carved scenes of fishermen into a huge granite slab.
  • >Lighthouse Route: Return to Halifax via the Lighthouse Route as it winds its way through seaside villages lining historic St. Margaret's Bay.
Important Notes:
  • >Main venues are wheelchair accessible; smaller shops are not.
  • >Walk in town is Optional
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Top 10 Best of Halifax Tour

Top 10 Best of Halifax Tour

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HX58
Prices: Adult 95.00 / Child 69.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 7 hrs Departure Times: 11:30 am
See the best of Halifax on this top-ten tour. Your adventure begins with a drive to the picturesque fishing village of Peggy's Cove. Back in Halifax, stop at Acadian Maple to learn about the maple syrup industry. Then visit Fairview Lawn Cemetery where 121 victims of the Titanic disaster are buried, pass by Nova Scotian Crystal, where artisans carve crystal by hand, and see Spring Garden Road— Halifax’s busiest street, the beautiful Public Gardens, and Citadel Hill.
Highlights:
  • >Peggy's Cove: See Nova Scotia's most authentic fishing village and its famous lighthouse, and visit a lobster fishery.
  • >Acadian Maple: Learn about the sweet maple syrup industry in Nova Scotia on this visit.
  • >Top Halifax Sites: Old Town Clock, Fairview Lawn Cemetery, Spring Garden Road, Public Gardens, Citadel Hill, and Halifax Waterfront.
Important Notes::
  • >Kindly note that due to ship time in port the duration of this tour will be approximately 6 hours and 30 minutes on September 11th ,2019.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Sun protection
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Titanic - The HalifaxConnection

Titanic - The Halifax Connection

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HX10
Prices: Adult 44.00 / Child 44.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs Departure Times: 04:00 pm
Learn how Halifax became inseparably connected to the sinking of the Titanic. Your three-hour guided tour visits Fairview Lawn Cemetery, the burial site for 121 of the ship’s victims. It passes the morgue that accepted John Jacob Astor’s body, the church that buried an unknown child, and the pier from which “the death ship” MacKay-Bennett sailed to Titanic’s sinking site. You’ll visit Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, the world’s largest collection of wooden Titanic artifacts.
Highlights:
  • >Fairview Lawn Cemetery: Visit the gravestones of 121 Titanic victims.
  • >Titanic Aftermath: A kilted guide points out sites fatefully connected to the "unsinkable" ship.
  • >Maritime Museum of the Atlantic: See the largest collection of wooden Titanic artifacts in the world.
Important Notes:
  • >Venues are wheelchair accessible; however, Fairview Lawn Cemetery may require assistance with slight inclines on beaten pathways.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Peggy's Cove and DoubleDecker City Tour

Peggy's Cove and Double Decker City Tour

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HX20
Prices: Adult 79.00 / Child 39.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 5 hrs Departure Times: 12:15 pm, 03:45 pm
Journey along the coastal roads to a rustic working fishing village and then explore the big city at your own pace. You’ll begin with a panoramic drive to Peggy’s Cove, a local fishing village with captivating charm. See the old lighthouse and watch the local fishermen bring in the day’s catch. Head back into Halifax and hop on the colorful and brightly painted double-decker buses that takes you to the best spots in the city.
Highlights:
  • >Lighthouse Route: Wind through coastal shipbuilding towns and fishing communities.
  • >Peggy's Cove: Appreciate this picturesque seaside fishing village, an inspiration for artists and writers, and see its stately lighthouse.
  • >Halifax Double Decker: See city sights with freedom as you enjoy hop-on/hop-off on a fully guided route.
Important Notes:
  • >Fully guided Halifax Double Deckers operate every 20-30 minutes, stopping at major sites.
  • >Hop-on, hop-off portion covers three 30-minute loops.
  • >All-day Double Decker pass included.
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
  • >Depending on the departure time, the Peggy's Cove portion may be done in the afternoon and the optional Hop-on Hop-off portion in the morning.
  • >The Double Decker portion must be taken prior to the afternoon departure.
  • >Vintage Double Decker buses do not have air conditioning.
  • >Kindly note that The Peggy's Cove portion of this tour is approximately 3 hours and the Hop On Hop Off portion is approximately 2 hours (at guest leisure). Therefore the total tour duration will be approximately 5 hours.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Rain gear
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
The Heart of Halifax -Panoramic Drive

The Heart of Halifax - Panoramic Drive

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HX25
Prices: Adult 49.75 / Child 49.75 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs Departure Times: 04:30 pm
Explore historic Halifax on a panoramic drive around the city on a vintage double decker, followed by a visit to the cemetery where Titanic passengers were laid to rest. This tour is ideal for guests with limited mobility, as guests can limit their walking, taking in as much or as little as they like. Loop along the waterfront through scenic downtown, past the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, the oldest and largest of its kind in Canada. See well-preserved historic homes and buildings, Grand Parade Square and the naturally gorgeous Public Gardens. Head up to the top of Citadel Hill for commanding views of the city, Halifax Harbour and the Old Town Clock. Plus see the ceremonial guards at the entrance of the Citadel. Then journey to Fairview Lawn Cemetery, where 121 victims of the fateful Titanic voyage are buried. (The vessel sank 700 miles away from Halifax.) Visit their gravesites, and hear some of their fascinating personal stories from your knowledgeable guide. Or, if you prefer, you may remain on board the vintage double decker.
Highlights:
  • >Halifax highlights: See historic buildings and homes and the beautiful Public Gardens; view the city and harbor from Citadel Hill.
  • >Fairview Lawn Cemetery: See where 121 victims of the fateful Titanic voyage are buried; hear some of their poignant stories.
  • >Vintage double decker buses do not have air conditioning.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to board and exit coach with little or no assistance.
  • >Pregnant women are advised to use their own discretion when engaging in tour activities.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Light jacket or sweater
Halifax City and HarbourDuck Tour

Halifax City and Harbour Duck Tour

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HX33
Prices: Adult 49.00 / Child 34.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 1 hr Departure Times: 01:30 pm
Explore Halifax’s illustrious history while viewing notable landmarks and enjoying coastal scenery onboard the open-air Harbour Hopper, which doubles as a bus and boat. Journey on land via bus, as you pass quaint churches, shopping promenades, renowned museums and dining destinations. Splash straight into Halifax Harbor, one of the world’s largest natural harbors, for a dynamic boat ride from which you’ll admire the Royal Canadian Naval Fleet ships and panoramic views of the bustling port.
Highlights:
  • >Harbour Hopper: Travel through town in an amphibious vehicle, passing historic churches, bustling shopping promenades and renowned museums.
  • >Commentated Drive: Hear about Halifax’s history and vibrant culture as you ride in a bus alongside an informative guide.
  • >Scenic Cruise: Plunge into Halifax Harbor, one of the world’s largest natural harbors, motoring around Royal Canadian Navy ships.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
  • >Dress appropriately for the weather, as you will travel in an open-air vehicle.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Appropriate weather gear
The Essential Halifax Tour

The Essential Halifax Tour

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HX68
Prices: Adult 59.75 / Child 49.75 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: At Your Leisure Departure Times: 11:30 am
Rich history, great shopping destinations and beautiful parks await you on this double-decker bus tour led by an informative guide. Ride in a brightly painted double decker stopping in different points of interest. Guests have plenty of free time to explore. Visit the renowned Maritime Museum, where guest will find the Titanic's largest wooden artifact exhibit, and the Citadel National Historic Site; then stroll city streets or the waterfront at your leisure before conveniently catching a return bus to port.
Highlights:
  • >Guided Bus Tour: Ride on double-decker bus, where you can hop on and off at different points of interest.
  • >City Landmarks: Roam among exhibits at the Maritime Museum or engage in re-enactments at the Citadel National Historic Site.
  • >Independent Exploration: Shop in boutiques, admire the public gardens or stroll the waterfront seaport.
Important Notes:
  • >Double-decker buses depart the pier every 20-30 minutes all day, and your ticket is good for a full-day pass.
  • >On selected days, Big motorcoaches may be used.
  • >Admissions are included to both the Maritime Museum and Citadel National Historic site and will be given at the time of boarding.
  • >Included in your tour is Fast Pass admission to the Citadel National Historic Site and the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic.
  • >Vintage Double Decker buses do not have air conditioning.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Peggys Cove and Titanic

Peggys Cove and Titanic

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HX67
Prices: Adult 73.00 / Child 58.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 03:45 pm
Take a scenic coastal journey to two of Halifax's most popular sites— the working fishing village of Peggy's Cove and Fairview Lawn Cemetery where 121 victims of the ill-fated Titanic are buried. See wooded coastal views along the Lighthouse Route on your narrated drive to Peggy's Cove. You’ll see the lighthouse and have time to explore at leisure. Return to Halifax along St. Margaret’s Bay to Fairview Lawn Cemetery for a guided tour of Titanic gravesites.
Highlights:
  • >Lighthouse Route: Leave Halifax behind and enjoy breathtaking coastal views, with several picturesque lighthouses on the way to Peggy's Cove.
  • >Fairview Lawn Cemetery: Walk the grounds with a kilted guide telling stories of the Titanic's ill-fated maiden voyage.
  • >Peggy's Cove: See the romantic lighthouse, and the Fishermen's Monument, carved into the coarse granite by William deGarthe.
Important Notes:
  • >Main venues at Peggy's Cove are wheelchair accessible; smaller shops are not.
  • >Fairview Lawn Cemetery is wheelchair accessible, but may require assistance with slight inclines on beaten pathways.
  • >Walk in town is optional.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Marine Wildlife WatchingTour

Marine Wildlife Watching Tour

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HX84
Prices: Adult 73.00 / Child 54.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 01:00 pm
Join a welcoming boat crew as you enjoy spectacular Halifax coastal views while searching for whales and other sea life. Set sail through Halifax Harbor, one of the world’s largest natural harbors, while traveling on a boat equipped with two observation decks, one open to the elements, one closed, and a full bar. Listen to your guide's commentary as you take in the wonderful views and wildlife along the coastline of Georges and McNab's Islands before entering the great North Atlantic. You may see some marine life including seals, porpoises, sunfish and whales. Enjoy the true maritime experience of hauling in a live lobster trap while the onboard naturalist introduces you to the economic importance of the lobster fishing industry and takes you through the unique life cycle of these crustaceans; keep your eyes peeled as they are elusive creatures -- brilliantly camouflaged and thus seldom seen! Also, enjoy onboard demonstrations including a touch tank.
Highlights:
  • >Scenic Cruise: Sail across Halifax Harbor on a vessel equipped with two observation decks, one open to the elements, one closed, and a full bar.
  • >Marine Life: Engage sea life through onboard touch tanks and spot majestic whales that roam these fertile waters.
  • >Lobster Trapping: Learn about the area’s maritime history and get a chance to help pull an Atlantic lobster trap.
Important Notes:
  • >Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed.
  • >Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
  • >The vessel has a fully licensed bar, canteen, and washroom facilities.
  • >Guests must be of legal age to consume alcohol.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Shoes with non-slip soles
  • >Wind/water-resistant jacket
Best of Halifax & PeggysCove

Best of Halifax & Peggys Cove

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HX97
Prices: Adult 157.00 / Child 157.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 6 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 12:30 pm, 12:00 pm
Explore the quaint fishing village of Peggy’s Cove before enjoying a tasty lunch, and then see Halifax’s most notable historic landmarks and fascinating museum exhibits. Travel to tiny Peggy’s Cove, where you’ll view impressive rock formations and its famous lighthouse. Savor a fresh lobster wrap, dessert and beverages before you delve into Halifax’s naval history at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic before viewing reenactments and the 215-year-old Town Clock atop Citadel Hill.
Highlights:
  • >Peggy’s Cove: Admire the small fishing village’s famous lighthouse and massive seaside rock formations, which were left by eroding glaciers.
  • >Lunch: Dine on delectable lobster wraps, salad, local dessert and coffee.
  • >Halifax: Scour the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic’s fascinating exhibits and then see Citadel Hill’s historic Town Clock and reenactments.
Important Notes:
  • >Consider dietary restrictions and food allergies when selecting tour.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Foodies on Foot in Halifax

Foodies on Foot in Halifax

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HXA4
Prices: Adult 98.00 / Child 98.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: 01:00 pm
Talk a leisurely stroll along the charming waterfront, learning about Halifax’s people and history while enjoying a taste of the local delicacies. Halifax is known for its eclectic culture, hospitality and — most important — scrumptious food. Join your kilted guide as you hear about this maritime city’s rich history with pirates and privateers. Pause to savor a traditional lobster roll—fresh Atlantic Canada lobster mixed and stuffed into a fresh bun. Follow your knowledgeable guide to Sugah for a delicious scoop of homemade ice cream hand paddled with one mix in. Have a chance to shop for souvenirs and gifts before walking to a local bakery for a sweet treat. After a full belly of these sweet and savory eats, enjoy a leisurely walk back to your ship with your guide, or choose to explore the city more on your own.
Highlights:
  • >A 3.5-hour walking tour: Take a stroll along the waterfront while enjoying a taste of local delicacies.
  • >Lobsters and more: Savor a traditional lobster roll, a scoop of delicious ice cream and a sweet pastry treat.
  • >Explore some more: Head back with your guide after the tour, or stay and explore even more of historic Halifax.
Important Notes:
  • >Tour involves about 2.5 miles of walking.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Pregnant women are advised to use their own discretion when engaging in tour activities.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Umbrella
  • >Bottled water
What to Wear:
  • >Comfortable clothing
  • >Light jacket or sweater
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Closed-toe shoes
Halifax - Hop on for Hops

Halifax - Hop on for Hops

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HXB6
Prices: Adult 67.00 / Child 0.00 USD Restrictions: Min age: 21
Duration: At Your Leisure Departure Times: 11:30 am
Explore Halifax’s historic downtown on unique, Hop-On, Hop-Off tour with stops at four different pubs. Savor a wide range of sights, smells and tastes from vibrant locals wines to a flourishing craft beer culture, plus enjoy a steaming cup of seafood chowder. On this tour, you’re in control of where you want to go and when. Your all-day pass gives you access to a fully guided city tour aboard an antique double-decker bus. Plus receive four vouchers (three for drinks and one for food) to use at participating pubs. Enjoy a cold stein of hops or glass of house wine from a select list. Then sit back and enjoy the local atmosphere. When you’re hungry, stop by a pub along the harbor for cup of seafood chowder, a delicious taste of Nova Scotia.
Highlights:
  • >All-day access: Enjoy a fully guided tour of historic downtown aboard a double-decker bus, coming and going at your leisure.
  • >Local flavor: Try one 8-ounce glass of craft beer or one 6-ounce glass of local wine at three featured locations.
  • >Taste of Nova Scotia: Trade one of your vouchers at a harbor-front pub for a cup of tasty seafood chowder.
Important Notes:
  • >Walking is at guests’ leisure over varied terrain with inclines, steps and periods of standing.
  • >Guests in wheelchairs and others with limited mobility should not select this tour.
  • >Guests must be at least 21 years old to participate.
  • >All guests must show their photo ID.
  • >Children are allowed at each venue with an adult present and would only have to pay for a Hop-On, Hop-Off tour pass.
  • >Pregnant women are advised to use their own discretion when engaging in tour activities.
  • >Vintage Double Decker buses do not have air conditioning.
  • >Substitutions not available for seafood chowder.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Bottled water
  • >Umbrella (from ship)
What to Wear:
  • >Closed-toe walking shoes
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Jacket or sweater
All Things Canadian

All Things Canadian

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HXB7
Prices: Adult 93.00 / Child 74.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 7 hrs Departure Times: 12:30 pm
Spend your day ashore exploring and experiencing all things Canadian on this fully guided tour. Visit idyllic Peggy’s Cove as well as Lunenburg, home of the legendary Bluenose. On this tour you will learn everything about being Canadian from the Royal Mounties, to wild blueberries! In Peggy’s Cove, admire one of the world’s most photographed lighthouses. Perched atop huge folds of granite hugging the coastline, the lighthouse and the rolling tide create a soothing aura of calm. At the star-shaped Halifax Citadel National Historic Site, behold 360-degree views of the city and harbor. Along the way, hear about the Royal Canadian Mountain Police, or “Mounties,” plus hear the riveting story of the Halifax Explosion of 1917; at the time, this maritime disaster was largest man-made explosion ever. During your tour, you’ll visit the Acadian Maple Products facility, where you’ll sample pure Nova Scotia maple syrup and other maple delicacies. Your exploration of all things Canada includes the town of Lunenburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Admire the boxy, brightly colored buildings of this picturesque fishing the village, the first British settlement outside of Halifax.
Highlights:
  • >Visit two unique villages: See famed Peggy’s Cove, with its picturesque lighthouse and coastline, and Lunenburg, home of the iconic Bluenose.
  • >Historic tales: Hear about the devastating Halifax Explosion of 1917; learn why Boston gets a huge spruce tree each year as a token of gratitude.
Important Notes
  • >Pregnant women are advised to use their own discretion when engaging in tour activities.
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately 0.3 miles over rocks, gravel and pavement, with inclines and about 1,600 steps and extended periods of standing.
  • >Peggy’s Cove is filled with boulders; all guests must use extreme caution.
  • >Kindly note that due to ship time in port the duration of this tour will be approximately 6 hours and 30 minutes on September 11th ,2019.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Bottled water
  • >Umbrella (from ship)
What to Wear:
  • >Closed-toe walking shoes
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Loose clothing
Valley Wines, Tides andOrchards

Valley Wines, Tides and Orchards

Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 17, 2019

Code: HXB4
Prices: Adult 125.00 / Child 104.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 7 hrs Departure Times: 12:30 pm
Spend the day exploring two of Nova Scotia’s most popular sights — the beautiful Annapolis Valley and the captivating Bay of Fundy. Sample award-winning wines at a local vineyard, photograph spectacular tides plus stroll the streets of quaint Wolfville. The Annapolis Valley, a tranquil, bountiful paradise, was the breadbasket for colonial Canada. While taking in the area’s natural splendors, your kilted guide will recount the region’s rich history, including the expulsion in 1755 of the Acadians, who were descendants of French colonists. You’ll also make a stop at a local vineyard to taste a selection of wines. Relatively recently, growers began taking advantage of the sandy soil of the Annapolis Valley, producing wines that have received national and international acclaim. Enjoy free time on your own for lunch in the charming village of Wolfville, a vibrant college town filled with bistros and boutiques. In the 19th century, the town was known for its shipbuilding, and at the time, Wolfville was the world’s smallest port. Experience the wonders of the Bay of Fundy as you photograph the tides and mudflats at sea level, then, at 300 feet, behold glorious views from the reddish-colored cliff known as Blomidon Look Off. This view of the valley is magnificent although sometimes shrouded behind mist or clouds, which adds to the drama. Before heading back to the ship, stop at Hennigar’s Farm Market to browse for giftware and baked goods; don’t miss trying their delicious ice cream.
Highlights:
  • >Annapolis Valley: Behold the natural beauty of the region, a fertile farmland since colonial times.
  • >Wine tasting and free time: Sample a selection of locally produced wines; enjoy free time to shop and explore in quaint Wolfville.
  • >Bay of Fundy: Behold the world’s highest tides; don’t miss you chance to photograph them at sea level.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately 0.45 miles over flat, gravel, grassy and paved surfaces and beaten pathways, with inclines and extended periods of standing.
  • >Hennigar’s Farm Market is wheelchair accessible; winery and Wolfville are not.
  • >Bay of Fundy tides are constantly fluctuating; the extreme high and low tides being visible while on this tour can not be guaranteed.
  • >Guests must be of legal age to consume alcohol.
  • >Kindly note that due to ship time in port the duration of this tour will be approximately 6 hours and 30 minutes on September 11th ,2019.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Umbrella (from ship)
What to Wear:
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Jacket or sweater
Hopewell Rocks TidalDiscovery

Hopewell Rocks Tidal Discovery

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NB97
Prices: Adult 139.00 / Child 99.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 7 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 07:50 am, 08:30 am
This epic Canadian adventure gives you the rare opportunity to witness the highest tides in the world while exploring New Brunswick's first national park and the towering Hopewell Rocks oceanfront formations. A comfortable motor coach transports you along coastal roads in Fundy National Park, home to Acadian forests, waterfalls, hundreds of plant species, plus birds and moose. Learn about the geological forces, clash of continents, and melting glaciers that sculpted the tides along the Bay of Fundy's rugged shorelines — they rise up to 46 feet twice a day, every day. At Hopewell Rocks you'll be awed by a collection of 70-foot-tall flowerpot rocks surrounded by tall cliff faces. And if at low tide, you'll even get the chance to walk across the sandy ocean floor, looking up at these magnificent formations that were eroded over thousands of years. On the way back to port, fill up on a box lunch sandwich, snacks and dessert while reminiscing about the natural wonders you encountered throughout the day.
Highlights:
  • >Bay of Fundy: Discover scenic forests, waterfalls, diverse plants, Canadian wildlife and the highest tidal changes on the globe.
  • >Hopewell Rocks: Walk along the ocean floor surrounded by sky-high sandstone flowerpot formations along Canada's rugged coastline.
  • >Lunch: Your full-day excursion also includes a box meal that consists of a sandwich, veggies, snacks and dessert.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately .3 miles over uneven sandy, rocky and wet surfaces, with inclines and about 100 steps and extended periods of standing.
  • >Guests in wheelchairs and others with limited mobility should not select this tour.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Guests needing special assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion.
  • >Tidal activity or stage of the tides cannot be guaranteed.
  • >Participation limited but minimum required for tour to operate.
  • >The drive between port and Hopewell Rocks is approximately 2 hours 15 minutes each way.
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
  • >Tour duration may vary between 7 and 7.5 hours depending on port call times.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Big Pink Bus & Skywalk Combo

Big Pink Bus & Skywalk Combo

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NB98
Prices: Adult 51.00 / Child 36.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: At Your Leisure Departure Times: 08:00 am
All of Saint John's attractions are at your fingertips with an all-day pass on the Big Pink bus, as you freely hop on and off, plus enjoy entry to the Skywalk overlooking Reversing Falls Rapids. The double-decker sightseeing bus serves as your ticket to the city, as you ride around town listening to insightful commentary along the way. Learn about the Great Fire of 1877, which destroyed two-fifths of the city, and explore the city's long history of shipbuilding. See Fort Howe, a replica of the blockhouse that was built by the British during the American Revolution, or stroll along King Street, the steepest main street in Canada. You can browse the Jewish Historical Museum or grab a locally-crafted lunch at the Saint John City Market, the country's oldest farmers market. Your sightseeing ticket also grants you admission to Skywalk Saint John, a rooftop glass-bottomed platform offering panoramic views of the Reversing Falls Rapids. A short film explains the geological phenomenon — 100 billion tons of water flow through the Bay of Fundy each day. Then step outside onto the transparent lookout to experience these tidal extremes for yourself. You might even catch a glimpse of a harbor seal during high tide.
Highlights:
  • >Big Pink: Enjoy the freedom to hop on and off a double-decker sightseeing bus to explore Saint John's best attractions.
  • >Saint John: Discover Uptown's shopping hub, City Market's local food vendors, Fort Howe's British history, or the Jewish Historical Museum.
  • >Skywalk: Stand on a glass observation platform overtop the Reversing Falls Rapids and learn about the bay's extreme tidal shifts.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately .3 miles over flat surfaces, with inclines and about 320 steps and extended periods of standing.
  • >Guests must be able to climb steep stairs to access upper floor of the bus.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >This tour is accessible to guests with limited mobility; however, guests must be able to climb into the coach and take a few, small steps on their own.
  • >The vehicle used on this excursion has room for one collapsible wheelchair and stroller.
  • >Guests needing special assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion.
  • >Vehicle does not have restrooms.
  • >Guide will designate a time and place to rejoin your coach for return to ship.
  • >Guests who miss the return ransportation will be responsible for getting back to the ship.
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
  • >Umbrella (from ship)
  • >Bottled water
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Jacket or sweater
  • >Closed-toe shoes
St. Martins and Bay of FundyExpress

St. Martins and Bay of Fundy Express

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NBA2
Prices: Adult 62.00 / Child 44.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: 12:30 pm
Experience the best of New Brunswick's natural splendors and cultural heritage with a three-hour trip to St. Martins village, where you'll explore the fishing harbor and walk around the Bay of Fundy to see natural sea caves. Hop in a motor coach and enjoy a relaxing, scenic drive through the coastal New Brunswick countryside, passing tree-lined residential areas and occasional ocean scenery along the way. Discover the charming fishing town of St. Martin, learning about how it was founded in 1783. Travel across covered bridges and view stately lighthouses on a guided walk along the working harbor, where a shipbuilding legacy and quaint shops still remain today — you'll even try your hand at moose calling. Then venture to the heart of the Bay of Fundy, home to the highest tidal range in the entire world. If it is low tide, you'll get the rare chance to stroll along the ocean floor along pebbled beaches that lead to natural rock arches and hidden sea caves carved out by rushing breakers. Learn about the area's tidal flows from a unique point of view before heading back to the pier.
Highlights:
  • >New Brunswick: Learn about eastern Canada's founding fathers and intriguing topography on a coach drive through the countryside.
  • >St. Martins: Admire the covered bridges, old lighthouse, boat-filled harbor and local shops of this quiet fishing village.
  • >Bay of Fundy: Take a walk across the seafloor, entering sea caves and learning about the bay's extraordinary tidal range.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately .09 miles over uneven gravel and rocky surfaces, with inclines and steps and extended periods of standing.
  • >The sea caves may be slippery, wet and uneven, depending on tides.
  • >Guests in wheelchairs and others with limited mobility should not select this tour.
  • >Guests needing special assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Due to the tidal cycle, access to the inside of the Sea Caves is not guaranteed. They are only accessible at low tide, but can be viewed from the beach during high tide.
  • >The drive between port and St. Martins is approximately 1 hour each way.
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Layered clothing
Fundy Fun Race

Fundy Fun Race

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NBA1
Prices: Adult 67.00 / Child 50.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: At Your Leisure Departure Times: 10:00 am, 09:00 am
Adventure meets sightseeing in Saint John with the two-hour Fundy Fun Race, as your family and friends explore town, meeting challenges and solving riddles along the way, plus enjoy local Canadian delicacies and a prize. A local guide will provide you with a kit bag that has all you'll need for your scavenger race — you can compete in the timed race or go at your own pace. Then follow clues around street corners and notable sights like Canada's oldest famers' market and the country's oldest museum. You'll see the Imperial Theatre, dating back to 1912, and walk past famous headstones in Loyalist Burial Grounds. Unravel brainteasers among the retail-and-restaurant hub of Market Square, snapping photos for every challenge you complete. At the finish line party you'll share your stamped race passport with your guide, and if you've completed all the challenges you'll receive a certificate and cool prize.
Highlights:
  • >Saint John: Explore from the City Market and Imperial Theatre to New Brunswick Museum, Loyalist Burial Grounds and Market Square.
  • >Fun Race: Set out to find clues, solve riddles and snap photos on an exhilarating sightseeing scavenger hunt.
  • >Finish line party: Bring your stamped race passport to receive a certificate and prize.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately 2.8 miles (2 hours) over paved surfaces, with inclines and steps and extended periods of standing.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Guests with concerns should consult their personal physician.
  • >This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility.
  • >This tour is not suitable for full-time wheelchair/motorized scooter users.
  • >Guests needing special assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion.
  • >Guests must be of legal age to consume alcohol.
  • >Tour does not include lunch or entrance fees.
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
The Queen's Residence andKings Landing

The Queen's Residence and Kings Landing

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NBa8
Prices: Adult 88.00 / Child 79.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 7 hrs Departure Times: 08:30 am
Join a seven-hour exploration of Fredericton's history and culture that includes a guided tour of the Government House, hands-on exhibits at Kings Landing, plus local cuisine served at King's Head Inn. You'll first step inside the 1800s-era environs of the Government House, the official residence of the Lieutenant Governor and where members of the royal family have stayed during visits to New Brunswick. This 11-acre estate along the St. John River has played host to many royal affairs and state dinners. Next, you'll get a feel for what rural life was like back in 19th-century Canada at the Kings Landing heritage park. Here you can browse a museum packed with 70,000 historic artifacts, engage in farmhouse workshops, and shop for souvenirs in the Peddler's Market. Listen to tales of yesteryear from costumed characters in the nearby King's Head Inn, where you'll also sit down to a tasty meal of local English pub-style dishes. Head back to the ship with a deeper appreciation for New Brunswick's distinct personality. NBA8
Highlights:
  • >Government House: Dating back to the 1820s, this National Historic Site is known as the Queen's representative's residence and hosts distinguished events.
  • >Kings Landing: Trace New Brunswick's rural history and culture through interactive workshop stations, an artifact-filled museum, and Peddler's Market.
  • >King’s Head Inn: Relax in a cozy pub with colorful characters who share stories and serve a hearty meal of local favorites.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately .03 miles over even surfaces, with inclines and about 27 steps and extended periods of standing.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Pregnant women and guests with back/neck problems should not select this tour.
  • >This tour is not suitable for full-time wheelchair/motorized scooter users.
  • >Guests needing special assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion.
  • >Participation limited but minimum required for tour to operate.
  • >The drive between pier and Fredericton is approximately 1 hour 30 minutes each way.
  • >Tour sequence may vary.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
  • >Umbrella (from ship)
  • >Bottled water
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Closed-toe shoes
  • >Jacket or sweater
Fredericton On Your Own

Fredericton On Your Own

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NBA6
Prices: Adult 60.00 / Child 30.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 7 hrs Departure Times: 08:30 am
Explore Fredericton, the capital of New Brunswick, at your own pace with about 3.5 4 hours of free time to shop, dine, and sightsee as you wish with the convenience of roundtrip coach transfers. Sit back and relax on a scenic bus ride through the heart of New Brunswick en route to Fredericton, a charming capital city set along the St. John River. Your driver will drop you off in town and you'll have over four hours to roam around independently. The Historic Garrison District is known for its 18th-century British military legacy, including the changing of the guards' ceremony. Beaverbrook Art Gallery houses over 3,000 pieces of contemporary art, while the Fredericton Region Museum traces the town's history back two centuries. You might stroll along the riverfront, slurp up tasty oysters on the half shell, or sip locally crafted suds in one of the town's many breweries. Experience Canadian history and culture with the ease of a return coach drive back to Saint John.
Highlights:
  • >Fredericton: You'll be dropped off in New Brunswick's capital city and enjoy 3.5 4 hours to freely sightsee and souvenir shop.
  • >Free time: Admire Beaverbrook Art Gallery and Fredericton Region Museum exhibits, walk along the riverfront, or dine on local cuisine.
  • >Fredericton: Discover craft breweries, Gothic churches, historic government landmarks and more all with convenient roundtrip coach transportation.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately 20 yards over paved surfaces, with inclines and about 10 steps and extended periods of standing.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Pregnant women and guests with back/neck problems should not select this tour.
  • >This tour is not suitable for full-time wheelchair/motorized scooter users.
  • >Guests needing special assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion.
  • >Meals, entrance fees, and guide services not included.
  • >Participation limited but minimum required for tour to operate.
  • >Guide will designate a time and place to rejoin your coach for return to ship.
  • >Guests who miss the return transportation will be responsible for getting back to the ship.
  • >The drive between pier and Fredericton is approximately 1 hour 30 minutes each way. Tour sequence may vary.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
  • >Umbrella (from ship)
  • >Bottled water
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Closed-toe shoes
  • >Jacket or sweater
Wheelchair Accessible SaintJohn City Sights

Wheelchair Accessible Saint John City Sights

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NB49
Prices: Adult 80.00 / Child 80.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 07:50 am
Explore Saint John's fascinating history and magnificent natural wonders as you join a guided city tour while traveling in the comfort of a wheelchair-accessible coach. Relish spectacular waterfront views atop Woolastook Park en route to the Reversing Falls Rapids. Witness the Bay of Fundy's extreme tidal range at the falls, where the St. John River flows upstream. Enjoy panoramic harbor views from Fort Howe and then spend 20 minutes freely roaming Old City Market's kiosks.
Highlights:
  • >Wolastoq Park: From your coach, view a collection of chainsaw figure carvings depicting important figures within Saint John’s history.
  • >Reversing Rapids: Twice daily, the powerful 28-plus-feet tides of the bay push the river and its rapids to flow backwards.
  • >Old City Market: Browse locally made gifts and souvenirs at your leisure (about 20 minutes).
Important Notes:
  • >This tour is designed for those guests who are full-time wheelchair users, and companions are welcome.
  • >The vehicle is adapted with an access ramp (or lift where available) to accommodate a limited number of wheelchairs and scooters. Due to safety regulations guests in scooters must be able to transfer to a seat.
  • >Tour must be booked in advance of the cruise in order to secure equipment and departure time.
  • >Guests must provide the total dimensions (height, length and width) and weight of electric scooter or wheelchair at the time of booking to shorexaccess@rccl.com.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
Saint John Highlights Tour

Saint John Highlights Tour

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NB01
Prices: Adult 44.00 / Child 33.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 07:50 am, 09:00 am
Discover prominent landmarks and the historic buildings of Canada's oldest incorporated city. You’ll stop at Carleton Martello Tower, built during the War of 1812 as a precaution against an American attack. Continue to the famous Reversing Rapids at Fallsview Park where your guide will explain how the mighty tides push the river water upstream twice a day. Pass Fort Howe the perfect location to offer a spectacular views of Saint John and the Bay of Fundy. Then enjoy free time at the Old City Market known for being the oldest working farmers' market in Canada and a popular meeting place for local residents.
Highlights:
  • >Carleton Martello Tower: Overlooking the harbor visit the interpretation centre of the historic fort built during the War of 1812.
  • >Reversing Falls Rapids: At Fallsview Park you’ll learn how the mighty tides push the river water upstream twice a day.
  • >Old City Market: Spend 20 minutes or so, exploring the market and admiring the locally made gifts and souvenirs.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests in wheelchairs and others with mobility challenges should not select this tour.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately one-fourth mile over even surfaces.
  • >Due to ongoing restoration, entrance to the tower will not be included but it can still be viewed from the outside. Restoration information will be available.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Saint John's Bay Of Fundy UpClose

Saint John's Bay Of Fundy Up Close

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NB15
Prices: Adult 89.00 / Child 89.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 07:50 am
Discover Saint John’s magnificent natural wonders, including a scenic boat ride around the expansive Bay of Fundy. At the New Brunswick Museum, discover the forces that work together to create the highest tides in the world, plus learn about the area’s abundant wildlife. Then board a sightseeing boat for a closer look at the Reversing Rapids, where the mighty Bay of Fundy causes the Saint John River to reverse direction and flow upstream.
Highlights:
  • >New Brunswick Museum: See fascinating exhibits on the Bay of Fundy’s extreme tidal ranges and the area’s diverse wildlife.
  • >Scenic Bay Cruise: Travel around the picturesque Bay of Fundy; keep your eyes open for native wildlife.
  • >Reversing Rapids: Twice daily, the powerful 28-plus-feet tides of the bay push the river and its rapids to flow backwards.
Important Notes:
  • >This is a walking tour.
  • >Guests must be able to walk a quarter mile from the pier to the museum.
  • >There are approximately 60 steps at the boat ramp to board the boat onto a floating wharf.
  • >This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility.
  • >Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Shoes with non-slip soles
St. Martins and The Bay ofFundy

St. Martins and The Bay of Fundy

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NB02
Prices: Adult 76.00 / Child 56.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 5 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 07:50 am, 10:30 am, 11:30 am
Explore the fishing village of St. Martins, marvel at the incredible Reversing Rapids and meander sea caves tucked under cliffs. See where the Saint John River and Bay of Fundy converge, creating the Reversing Rapids, and visit sandstone sea caves carved by pounding tides. Plus enjoy seafood chowder and time to shop in Saint John’s Old City Market.
Highlights:
  • >St. Martins: This charming, 200-year-old fishing village features a working harbor, covered bridges, lighthouse, beach and sea caves.
  • >Reversing Rapids: Powerful tides rise faster than the Saint John River empties, forcing the river to flow upstream twice daily.
  • >Old City Market: Explore, shop, and chat with Saint John locals, with approximately 20 minutes free time.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests in wheelchairs and others with mobility challenges should not select this tour.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately 900 feet over even surfaces with 5 to 10 steps.
  • >Walking at Sea Caves is at guests’ discretion.
  • >Due to the tidal cycle, access to the inside of the Sea Caves is not guaranteed. They are only accessible at low tide, but can be viewed from the beach during high tide.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Bay of Fundy CoastalPhotography Tour

Bay of Fundy Coastal Photography Tour

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NB14
Prices: Adult 72.00 / Child 72.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: 07:50 am, 09:00 am
Capture Saint John’s spectacular natural beauty as you travel off the beaten path with a professional photographer guide. Learn essential photography techniques as you focus on the character of coastal New Brunswick, including a rugged Bay of Fundy beach, a working fishing wharf, a charming waterfall and more. Plus stop at the famous Reversing Rapids, where the mighty Bay of Fundy tides force the Saint John River to reverse direction and flow upstream.
Highlights:
  • >Coastal photo stops: Photograph a Bay of Fundy beach and working fishing wharf while learning techniques from a professional photographer.
  • >Bay of Fundy: Capture spectacular waterfront shots of this bay, featuring the most extreme tides in the world.
  • >Reversing Rapids: Twice daily, the powerful tides of the bay push the river and its rapids to flow backwards.
Important Notes:
  • >Cameras are not provided; guests must bring their own equipment.
  • >The beach is not wheelchair accessible and other areas may not be accessible. There is no room to bring a wheelchair on the mini-coach.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Fundy by Land and Sea

Fundy by Land and Sea

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NB38
Prices: Adult 81.00 / Child 81.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 07:50 am
Discover Saint John’s rich maritime history and magnificent natural wonders on a guided city tour before enjoying a scenic harbor boat ride. Travel through historic uptown, viewing the British-built Fort Howe, en route to picturesque Fallsview Park. Behold the renowned Reversing Rapids, where the mighty Saint John River meets the powerful tides of the Bay of Fundy. Then glide around Saint John Harbor, seeing Harbor Passage, the Port of Saint John and your cruise ship.
Highlights:
  • >City Landmarks: Join a guided tour through the city’s historic Uptown, passing Fort Howe and other notable landmarks.
  • >Reversing Rapids: Twice daily, the powerful 28-plus-feet tides of the bay push the river and its rapids to flow backwards.
  • >Scenic Cruise: Enjoy coastal views amid the Bay of Fundy, including the Reversing Rapids and Saint John River.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to descend 60 steps onto a floating dock with an incline that varies with the tides.
  • >The walk back to the pier after the tour is about a quarter of a mile.
  • >Guests should consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
  • >This tour is not wheelchair accessible or appropriate for guests with limited mobility.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Scenic Saint John TrolleyTour

Scenic Saint John Trolley Tour

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NB33
Prices: Adult 37.00 / Child 28.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 1 hr 15 mins Departure Times: 07:50 am, 03:00 pm, 08:00 am, 09:45 am, 01:15 pm, 11:30 am
Explore Saint John on a San Francisco–style motorized trolley and enjoy entertaining narratives from your driver-guide. Visit the Reversing Rapids, where the Bay of Fundy tides battle with the Saint John River. A ride along Fort Howe lookout includes views of the port of Saint John and your cruise ship. The tour ends at the Old City Market — see the area at your leisure, or stay aboard for a lift back to your ship.
Highlights:
  • >Saint John Trolley: Travel through Saint John with an entertaining guide, stopping at interesting sites, and ending with free time.
  • >Reversing Falls Rapids: At Fallsview Park, learn why the mighty river heads upstream twice each day.
  • >Old City Market: Explore at your leisure or return via trolley. (The ship is about 10 minutes’ walk away.)
Important Notes:
  • >At the end of the tour guests are free to explore independently.
  • >Guests may choose to drive back to the pier onboard the trolley.
  • >There is no storage for wheelchairs, walkers or strollers on the trolley.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Big Pink Bus Tour - Hop OnHop Off

Big Pink Bus Tour - Hop On Hop Off

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NB54
Prices: Adult 44.00 / Child 26.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: At Your Leisure Departure Times: 08:00 am
Hop on and off a big pink double decker all day long. You’ll view Saint John’s top attractions at designated stops on the 90 minute tour route. The tour includes informative historical and culture commentary from local guides. Learn about the Great Fire, history of shipbuilding and the Bay of Fundy's high tides. See the Saint John City Market, Uptown Saint John, Jewish Historical Museum, Reversing Falls Rapids and New Brunswick Museum at your leisure.
Highlights:
  • >Saint John: Look for history and adventure along the Bay of Fundy, from city attractions to intriguing reversing rapids.
  • >Big Pink Double Decker: Buses stop at sights every 15 to 30 minutes - hop on and off all day long.
  • >All Day Pass: Explore city museums, uptown shopping, City Market and Reversing Falls Rapids at your own pace.
Important Notes:
  • >Big Pink "accordion" motor coaches may also be used.
  • >Admission to local attractions not included in price of tour.
  • >Adapt vehicles not available for this tour.
  • >Collapsible wheelchairs can be stored, but only one per double decker due to safety requirements.
  • >Double Deckers depart pier and all stops approximately every 15 - 30 minutes all day.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection okay
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Saint John and Bay of FundyTop 10

Saint John and Bay of Fundy Top 10

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NB62
Prices: Adult 88.00 / Child 79.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 6 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 07:50 am, 10:00 am, 09:30 am
See all the highlights and best attractions of Saint John & the Bay of Fundy in one unforgettable experience! In the heart of the city and into the countryside, discover the region’s rich culture and heritage on this comprehensive guided tour. Your authentic experience includes the Bay of Fundy, Reversing Rapids, Old City Market, St. Martins, Historic Trinity Royal Area, an Irish Pub, and more! Get an up-close look at the phenomenal Reversing Rapids where twice a day the Bay of Fundy fights against the Saint John River. Browse the Old City Market, and admire the vibrant culture of the oldest continuing farmer’s market in Canada. Visit a charming fishing village perched on the shores of the Bay of Fundy where the mighty tides have carved out red sandstone sea caves over millions of years. Delight in the flavours of the Maritimes with a delicious cup of homemade seafood chowder. Learn about the Great Fire of 1877 that resulted in one of the greatest collections of Victorian architecture in Canada. See the beautiful Three Sisters Lamp and you pass through the Trinity Royal Heritage Conservation Area. Raise a glass and enjoy a Moosehead beer while listening to local music in the comfort of Saint John’s oldest Irish Pub!
Highlights:
  • >Bay of Fundy: View the phenomenal Reversing Rapids, where the mighty Bay of Fundy tides fight with the Saint John River to change the flow twice daily.
  • >St. Martins & Sea Caves: Savour a delicious cup of seafood chowder next to the red sandstone sea caves, carved out by millions of years of the mighty tides and explore this quaint village with its lighthouse, fishing boats, and charming covered bridges.
  • >Local Culture: Enjoy locally brewed Moosehead beer in an Irish Pub. Browse the Old City Market and experience our vibrant culture. Learn about our region’s history and the Great Fire of 1877.
Important Notes:
  • >The inside of the Sea Caves are accessible by foot only at low tide; however, they can be viewed anytime from the beach.
  • >Guests must be of legal age to consume alcohol.
What To Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Scenic St Andrews by the Sea

Scenic St Andrews by the Sea

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NB69
Prices: Adult 50.00 / Child 50.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 10:00 am
Discover New Brunswick’s breathtaking coastal scenery and culture as you visit the charming beach town of Saint Andrews by-the-Sea, touring historic landmarks and roaming independently. Admire 19th-century architecture, view stunning Algonquin Resort Hotel, housed in a Tudor-style castle, and behold St. Andrews Blockhouse, which was utilized during the War of 1812. Explore the quaint waterfront promenade at your leisure, shopping in boutiques, strolling along the fishing pier, or relishing close-up Bay of Fundy views.
Highlights:
  • >Saint Andrews By-the-Sea: Explore this fishing village along the Bay of Fundy, home to the world’s highest tidal range.
  • >Coastal Landmarks: Admire 19th-century architecture, see Algonquin, a Tudor-style castle turned beach resort, and see historic St. Andrews Blockhouse.
  • >Independent Exploration: Wander on your own, watch boats go by, go shopping for souvenirs, or walk the fishing pier.
Important Notes:
  • >Walking in Saint Andrews is at the guest’s discretion.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Saint John Historic WalkingTour

Saint John Historic Walking Tour

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NB70
Prices: Adult 22.00 / Child 10.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs Departure Times: 09:00 am
Tour Discover Saint John’s architectural treasures and vibrant culture on a guided walking tour, passing historic churches, shopping in bustling markets and admiring stunning structures. Trek through Uptown, where you’ll learn about the Great Fire of 1877, which destroyed more than 1,600 urban buildings. Peruse sprawling City Market, where local merchants sell crafts, fresh seafood and produce. Roam the Trinity Royal Preservation Area, lined with Victorian buildings boasting stained glass windows and charismatic gargoyle statues.
Highlights:
  • >Guided Walking Tour: Travel through Uptown, the old business district, and learn about the destructive Great Fire of 1877.
  • >City Market: Admire ornate Second Empire architecture while browsing kiosks packed with crafts, fresh seafood and produce.
  • >Trinity Royal Preservation Area: See the town’s oldest churches and Victorian buildings, adorned with stained-glass windows and gargoyle sculptures.
Important Notes:
  • >This tour includes a considerable amount of walking.
  • >Guests should consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
Bay of Fundy Whale andWildlife Watching

Bay of Fundy Whale and Wildlife Watching

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NB78
Prices: Adult 199.00 / Child 199.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 7 hrs Departure Times: 07:50 am, 08:00 am
Set sail on the Bay of Fundy with a marine biologist for an unforgettable whale and wildlife watching expedition. After a scenic, commentated drive to St. Andrews, a charming resort town, board a 55-foot power catamaran to journey among islands and passages where tidal currents are strong. Watch for eagles, seabirds, seals and porpoise, who take advantage of these rich feeding areas. Then, enter the open Bay of Fundy to watch for whales. Over the last 18 seasons, this tour has averaged between a 97 and 100 percent sighting success rate. The huge finback and smaller minke whales are the most common from late June to October, with Humpbacks generally arriving late summer. Following your expedition, explore St. Andrews with its quaint shops and restaurants before returning to Saint John. What’s more, for every whale-watching excursion, Royal Caribbean adopts a Bay of Fundy right whale through the North Atlantic Right Whale Adoption Program. With a population of about 400, the North Atlantic right whale is one of the world’s most endangered large whale. Adoption fees help support right whale research, conservation and education programs. Plus guests receive a certificate including the name of their adopted whale.
Highlights:
  • >Expedition in the Bay of Fundy: Discover the marine life found among the world’s highest tides.
  • >High sighting success rate: Chances are great you’ll see huge finbacks or smaller minke whales; humpbacks arrive in late summer.
  • >North Atlantic Right Whale Adoption Program: For every whale-watching excursion, Royal Caribbean adopts a Bay of Fundy right whale.
Important Notes:
  • >There are approximately 50 steps on a floating ramp to access the whale-watching vessel.
  • >This tour is not wheelchair accessible or appropriate for guests with limited mobility.
  • >Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
  • >Guests should dress in layers, as there can be a significant temperature drop in the open waters of the Bay of Fundy.
  • >While there is a high success rate of sighting whales, sightings cannot be guaranteed.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Binoculars
  • >Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • >Layered clothing.
  • >Wind/water resistant jacket
  • >Warm clothes
  • >Comfortable walking shoes
Reversing Rapids Zip LineAdventure

Reversing Rapids Zip Line Adventure

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NB77
Prices: Adult 107.00 / Child 107.00 USD Restrictions: Min weight: 70 Max weight: 270
Duration: 2 hrs Departure Times: 07:50 am
Relish two experiences in one thrilling, two-hour adventure: the adrenaline rush of zip lining and a birds-eye view of the world-famous Reversing Rapids, where the mighty Saint John River meets the powerful tides of the Bay of Fundy. This exhilarating zip line course features five lines of varying length strung between six towers. Each line sends you racing down a hillside overlooking the rapids. One line in particular crosses over a turbulent tidal cove, sometimes soaring 100 feet above water, depending on the tide. On the last zip, two of you, one on each line, can race parallel to each other over the water to the last tower. What’s incredible is that you watch the push of high tide as the Saint John River fights with Bay of Fundy for supremacy. This phenomenon adds further excitement to the thrill of zipping. Plus the rapids are part of the UNESCO Stonehammer Geopark, a site of exceptional geological heritage. No experience is necessary. Two trained tour guides escort you from tower to tower. One zips ahead to receive you and one stays with the group to ensure everyone is safely connected to the cable and all gear is secure and comfortable.
Highlights:
  • >Zip line thrills: Zip along five lines strung between six towers, all featuring a birds-eye view of the rapids below.
  • >Reversing Rapids: Twice daily, the powerful 28-plus-feet tides of the bay push the flow of the river and rapids backwards.
  • > No experience necessary: Two trained tour guides, escort you from tower to tower, one zipping ahead and zipping with you.
Important Notes:
  • >Pregnant women should not select this tour
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Consult your physician for advice prior to zipping.
  • >A signed waiver is required.
  • >No flip-flops or sandals allowed
  • >Long hair should be secured and long/dangling jewelry must be removed prior to zipping.
  • >Cell phones without straps are not allowed.
  • >Guests must consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate.
  • >Guests with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition must take particular caution when selecting a tour - particularly tours categorized as "strenuous".
  • >Guests who have concerns must consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera (must have strap)
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • >Closed-toe shoes
  • >Mid-thigh shorts or long pants
  • >Sweater/wind-resistant jacket
Foodies Walking Tour ofSaint John

Foodies Walking Tour of Saint John

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NB79
Prices: Adult 50.00 / Child 50.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs Departure Times: 07:50 am, 10:00 am
Embark on a tour designed by foodies for foodies, as you experience the colorful sights, exciting sounds and tantalizing smells teeming from the Saint John City Market. An icon of Saint John and a favorite among visitors and locals alike, this hotspot for delicious, local food brings to life the city’s illustrious history, vibrant culture and remarkable cuisine. Set out on foot alongside an informative and friendly guide, strolling through the heart of the city and stopping to taste one of Canada’s iconic treats, the Beaver Tail. Upon arrival at the oldest city market in Canada you’ll enjoy a complete and colorful market experience. Hear stories about the market’s history and how it has served as the heart of the community, while standing by its original wrought-iron gates. On your guided stroll around the market, you’ll visit a shopkeeper, a fishmonger and a baker, all of whom offer samples of local fare — from dulse and maple syrup to lobster and other delicacies from the nearby Bay of Fundy. Following the tour, you’ll have the option to explore independently before returning to the ship at your leisure.
Highlights:
  • >Guided Walking Tour: Set out on foot and enjoy a behind-the-scenes experience at the famous Saint John City Market.
  • >Historical Discoveries: Explore the oldest incorporated market in Canada, where you’ll admire its 19th-century wrought-iron gates and maritime-themed ceiling.
  • >Culinary Tasting: Meet a host of local shopkeepers including a butcher, fishmonger and baker, as you savor samples of their delectable fare.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk approximately 875 yards over cobblestone streets and steps.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • >Pregnant women and guests with back/neck problems should not select this tour.
  • >This tour would not be suitable for guests with limited mobility.
  • >Consider dietary restrictions and food allergies when selecting tour.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
  • >Warm clothes
The Bay of Fundy and theFundy Trail

The Bay of Fundy and the Fundy Trail

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NB91
Prices: Adult 104.00 / Child 89.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 7 hrs Departure Times: 08:30 am
Dramatic coastlines, scenic footpaths, and captivating high tides will draw you into the beauty of the Bay of Fundy. The Bay is tucked between the provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. You’ll depart Saint John and watch the changing scenes of the natural and unspoiled countryside and ocean views along your scenic route to Fundy Trail Parkway. The Park offers scenic lookouts and footpaths to beaches and river estuaries. Learn how this community embraced fishing, logging, and shipbuilding. Continue to the charming fishing village of St Martins. Colorful fleets of fishing boats sit in its harbor. The town has been considered the last stretch of undeveloped wilderness coastline in North America. Here you can walk the ocean floor to sea caves, caverns and arches, and at high tide watch the waves erase your footsteps as the water fills the empty harbors. Capture photos of its two covered bridges as you explore the village. Then, enjoy a group lunch of world-famous seafood chowder at the Caves Restaurant, which overlooks a rocky beach and sea caves carved into the red sandstone cliff.
Highlights:
  • >St. Martins Village: See the tide race and rage along on the coastline and walk village’s trails to capture photos of its covered bridges and breathtaking vistas.
  • >Fundy Trail Parkway: This eco-experience includes scenic lookouts, footpaths to beaches, and a suspension footbridge.
  • >Lunch: Indulge in world-famous seafood chowder at the Caves Restaurant.
Important Notes:
  • >Pregnant women are advised to use their own discretion when engaging in tour activities.
  • >Guests walk gravel, beaten pathways, and inclines.
  • >Guests in wheelchairs and others with limited mobility should not select this tour.
  • >Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Insect repellent
  • >Umbrella
  • >Binoculars
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Sturdy closed-toe comfortable walking shoes
  • >Conservative attire required
  • >Wind/water resistant jacket
  • >Layered non-restrictive clothing
Essential Saint John

Essential Saint John

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NB89
Prices: Adult 63.00 / Child 48.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: At Your Leisure Departure Times: 08:00 am
Take in the sights, sounds and tastes of charming Saint John on a guided hop-on, hop-off tour aboard a pink double-decker bus. With your all-day pass, stop where you want, when you want. Be sure one of those stops is the Beaver Tails kiosk to indulge in an out-of-this-world pastry. Take in the sights, sounds and tastes of charming Saint John on a hop-on, hop-off tour aboard a pink double-decker bus. With your all-day pass, stop where you want, when you want. While aboard, learn about the Great Fire of 1877 and the area’s shipbuilding heritage. Visit Uptown Saint John, the Jewish Historical Museum and the famous Reversing Rapids. Climb the steepest city street in Canada, plus visit Saint John City Market, the country’s oldest farmer’s market. Your pass also includes admission to top sights, such as the New Brunswick Museum, with its hands-on exhibits and models of old sailing ships. Plus enjoy access to the Carleton Martello Tower, one of the nine surviving Martello Towers in Canada. The tower dates from the War of 1812 and has played a significant role in military conflicts up to World War II. While the tower is currently under construction, the Information Center offers experiential learning. There are exceptional views of Saint John Harbor from beside the Tower. Whatever you choose to do, make sure one of your stops is the Beaver Tails kiosk to indulge in an out-of-this-world pastry. Redeem your coupon for this east coast delicacy of deep-fried dough packed with sugar, chocolate, maple and other tasty flavors.
Highlights:
  • >Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour: Create your own itinerary at your leisure, taking in the highlights of charming Saint John
  • >Martello Tower: Explore one of the nine such surviving towers in Canada, a part of military conflicts from the War of 1812 to WWII.
Important Notes:
  • >Walking is at guests’ leisure over varied terrain with inclines, steps and periods of standing.
  • >Pregnant women are advised to use their own discretion when engaging in tour activities.
  • >This tour is accessible to guests with limited mobility; however, guests must be able to climb the 4 steps to enter the bus and the 8 steps to the upper level, if desired.
  • >Drivers/guides are not permitted to "carry" guests; however, “assisting” in and out of the vehicle is permitted.
  • >Only one wheelchair per double-decker bus allowed.
  • >No scooters allowed.
  • >Beaver Tails will not be available August 30th and September 6th calls on Grandeur of the Seas. A gift card will be provided to a local venue where the guests will have a variety of choices of pastries in place of the Beaver tail.
  • >Due to ongoing construction the entrance to the Martello tower will not be included. A suitable alternative will be offered.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Bottled water
  • >Umbrella (from ship)
What to Wear:
  • >Closed-toe walking shoes
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Loose clothing
Saint John Bucket List

Saint John Bucket List

Saint John, New Brunswick
September 19, 2019

Code: NB90
Prices: Adult 89.00 / Child 44.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 6 hrs Departure Times: 09:30 am
Experience everything Saint John has to offer. Your picture-perfect day includes the incredible Reversing Falls, the Old City Market, historic Fort Howe and charming St. Martins. On this exciting tour, you’ll see where the mighty St. John River and the Bay of Fundy’s monstrous tides collide, creating the Reversing Rapids. Whether slack tide or peak tide, the view from the vantage point is always awesome. At Fort Howe, built by the British during the American Revolution, the lookout offers a panoramic city and harbor vistas — and a great photo opportunity of your ship on the horizon. Your tour includes the Old City Market, the country’s oldest farmer’s market. There, take pictures of the same wrought-iron gates that have swung closed at the end of each business day since 1880. After, enjoy some time on your own at the market for exploring, shopping and a bite of lunch. Then head to St. Martins, a quaint fishing village founded by Loyalists in 1783 and one of the prettiest hamlets along the Bay of Fundy shores. Have your photo taken in front of two covered bridges, the only spot in the world where two can be seen in one shot. Also, before returning to the ship, visit the impressive red sandstone sea caves, accessible by foot during low tide.
Highlights:
  • >Must-see highlights: Visit the Old City Market, Reversing Rapids, St. Martins, Fort Howe and more.
  • >Sea Caves: Step inside these red sandstone caves, carved over millions of years by the push and pull of the Bay of Fundy’s tides.
  • >Free Time: Enjoy time on your own for shopping or lunch.
Important Notes:
  • >Guests must be able to walk more than 200 yards over flat, paved and grassy surfaces and beaten pathways, with inclines, more than 600 steps and extended periods of standing.
  • >Pregnant women are advised to use their own discretion when engaging in tour activities.
  • >Drivers/guides are not permitted to “carry” guests; however, “assisting” in and out of the vehicle is permitted.
  • >No scooters allowed.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Sun protection
  • >Cash/credit cards
  • >Bottled water
  • >Umbrella (from ship)
What to Wear:
  • >Closed-toe walking shoes
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Loose clothing
Calling All History Buffswith Airport Drop Off (EWR)

Calling All History Buffs with Airport Drop Off (EWR)

Cape Liberty, New Jersey
September 21, 2019

Code: BD18
Prices: Adult 125.00 / Child 125.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: 09:30 am
Elizabeth, New Jersey is history's best kept secret! Begin your historical excursion at the home of New Jersey's first governor, William Livingston, as well as that of Alexander Hamilton. Continue to one of two Hamilton destination highlights by traveling back in time to where Alexander Hamilton went to school or discover his most popular hang-out, the home of the 1st Continental Congress President, Elias Boudinot.
Highlights:
  • >Experience the former home of Elias Boudinot, the First President of the Continental Congress, as well as that of Alexander Hamilton.
  • >Explore Alexander Hamilton's childhood home or school (one of two options depending on availability).
Important Notes:
  • >Liberty Hall Museum - The Museum itself is not wheelchair accessible, but there are other museums on the property - for example: A Fire Truck Museum - that does not require ramps or elevators and is completely ADA.
  • >This tour is available for guests who have flights departing from EWR with domestic flights departing after 4:00PM and international flights departing after 5:00PM.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/Credit Cards
What to Wear:
  • >Comfortable shoes
  • >Weather appropriate clothing
Snap-Play- Shop with AirportDrop Off (EWR)

Snap-Play- Shop with Airport Drop Off (EWR)

Cape Liberty, New Jersey
September 21, 2019

Code: BD19
Prices: Adult 69.00 / Child 69.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: 09:30 am
Take in the scenery at Veteran's Memorial Park, a perfect place for photo opts as it overlooks one of America's busiest seaports! Afterward, double your wardrobe without doubling your budget! Experience New Jersey's best shopping experience and shop over 200 high-end outlet stores with 0% tax on clothes and shoes.
Highlights:
  • >Children can play in one of 26 playgrounds in USA.
  • >Photos at Veteran's Memorial Park, in front of one of America's busiest seaports.
  • >Experience NJ's Premiere Indoor Outlet Center with 0% tax on clothes and shoes.
Important Notes:
  • >This tour is available for guests who have flights departing from EWR with domestic flights departing after 3:30PM and international flights departing after 4:30PM.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/Credit Cards
What to Wear:
  • >Comfortable shoes
  • >Weather appropriate clothing
Manhattan Highlights andTransfer to Airport (EWR)

Manhattan Highlights and Transfer to Airport (EWR)

Cape Liberty, New Jersey
September 21, 2019

Code: BD08
Prices: Adult 99.00 / Child 89.00 USD Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: 09:30 am
Embark on a dynamic tour of Manhattan’s notable landmarks, popular neighborhoods, natural landscapes and significant memorials before being escorted to the airport for your flight. Travel through bohemian Greenwich Village and artsy SoHo. Pass by Rockefeller Center, with its gold Prometheus Statue, the towering Empire State Building and effervescent Times Square. In Lower Manhattan, view the 9/11 Memorial, commemorating the 2001 World Trade Center attack. Drive past verdant Central Park before heading to the airport.
Highlights:
  • >City Landmarks: Drive through Greenwich Village and SoHo neighborhoods before seeing Rockefeller Center, the Empire State Building and Times Square.
  • >Lower Manhattan: Behold the somber 9/11 Memorial, which commemorates the World Trade Center attacks in September 2001.
  • >Scheduled Transfer: Travel past lush, green Central Park before you are escorted to the airport for your flight.
  • >THIS TOUR IS OPERATED BY A TOUR OPERATOR THAT HAS BEEN THIRD-PARTY VERIFIED TO AN INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED SUSTAINABILITY STANDARD.
Important Notes:
  • >This tour is available to guests flying out of EWR with domestic flights departing after 3:30pm and international flights departing after 4:30pm.
What to Bring:
  • >SeaPass card and photo identification
  • >Camera
  • >Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • >Hat and sunglasses
  • >Walking shoes
General Information

Reasons to Book Shore Excursions
Convenience: One-stop-shop for all your planning.
Variety: Excursions for every type of traveler.
Priority: First off the ship for more adventure.

Royal Caribbean International prides itself in providing an array of exciting, appealing and enriching tours that make your experience unforgettable.  As you travel to some of the most exciting places in the world, let our destination experts plan your time ashore. 

Reasons to Book Shore Excursions

Convenience: One-stop-shop for all your planning.

Variety: Excursions for every type of traveler.

Priority: First off the ship for more adventure.

* Tours involving flights, trains, special events, overnight stays, hotel stays and Private Journeys must be cancelled 30 days prior to sailing to avoid cancellation penalties. Other restrictions may apply.

+ In the unlikely event that your tour is significantly delayed, we’ll make all the arrangements for you to return to the ship at the earliest opportunity at no expense to you.

Other perks include:

• Customized Private Journeys – If you are looking to explore a destination in a small and intimate group or wish to personalize your experience, a Private Journey will be the perfect option.

• Diversity – Whether you like hiking, biking, boating, snorkeling or sightseeing, we have a variety of tours to suit you.

How to Book a Shore Excursion
With Royal Caribbean International, you can book your shore excursions in advance up to 2 days prior to the sailing online at www.RoyalCaribbean.com/shoreexcursions   Space is limited, so we recommend you book pre-cruise in order to ensure that you don’t miss out on your tours of choice.

For your convenience, information about our various shore excursions can be found and downloaded online. You can see pictures, and sort by port of call or activity type. All you need is your reservation ID, ship name and sail date to choose and purchase a tour.

Things to consider when booking a Shore Excursion:

• If booking two tours in one day, please allow 45 minutes to an hour between tours.
• Tour departure times are local. Please check your tickets for your meeting location and time.  Allow time for the tender ride in the case that your tour meets on the pier. Departure times are subject to change at any time, but you will be notified in advance by the Shore Excursions staff.
• Most tours operate rain or shine.  If your tour is cancelled because of weather, your onboard SeaPass® account will be fully refunded.
• Once you purchase your shore excursion online, you will receive a confirmation via e-mail.  After you board your ship for your cruise, your excursion tickets will be delivered to your stateroom. Again, please verify meeting time and location as some tours meet in a lounge area on the ship and some at the pier.
• If you wish to cancel your tour prior to the sailing, you can do so online up to 2 days prior to the sail date.  Your credit card will be automatically refunded.

Booking Onboard:
There are three ways to book your excursions onboard the ship:

• Visit the Shore Excursions desk
• Fill out the order form in your stateroom
• Use the Interactive TV system, available on most ships

 The cost of the excursion will be charged to your SeaPass® account, for which you will be registered when you check in online or at the pier, prior to boarding the ship. All tour purchases will be reflected on your SeaPass® account.

Special Needs:
For guests with any type of disability, physical limitation or mobility issues, please email “accessible tour inquiries” at shorexaccess@rccl.com at least 21 days before your departure date. You can find more specific information on the web at www.royalcaribbean.com.  Keep in mind that tours outside the United States may offer a different level of accommodation.

Private Group Tours:
If you are traveling with a large group or would like to arrange for a private tour with a group or family, email us at groupshorex@rccl.com. 

Tour Pricing:
Shore Excursions are priced per person in the specific country’s local currency. Although most tours provide transportation and a local guide, many destinations also have private transportations for customized tours. Please check the tour description for amenities such as food, drinks and entrance fees. If you decide to leave or deviate from the tour at any time, you will be responsible for the cost to get back on board the ship including any other unrelated expenses.  You will not receive a refund for any services that are not utilized. 

Gratuity: 
Tour pricing does not include gratuity unless specified. Extending a gratuity to your guide and/or driver is strictly optional; however in some countries, your guide may anticipate that if you are pleased with their services, you will reward them in a monetary fashion.  Generally, an appropriate tip would be $4-$6 USD per person for a half day tour and $10-$15 USD per person for a full day tour.

Currency:
For your convenience, currency exchange rates are updated periodically so you can calculate pricing. The purchase of an excursion is charged in the same currency you paid for your cruise. Online cancellations will be returned to the credit card used and onboard refunds will be returned to your SeaPass® account in USD.

Price Changes:
Prices can change at any time and can vary by sail date and cruise. The prices in this brochure are valid for the sail date and cruise at the time the brochure was created an are subject to availability. To see the most current pricing, log into Cruise Planner and enter your ship and sail date at www.RoyalCaribbean.com/shoreexcursions.

Children on Shore Excursions:
A parent or guardian must accompany all guests under 18 years of age. Children's tickets are available for many tours and pricing for these will vary according to their age. Please refer to pricing scale below

Children's Age Pricing
0-3                 Free*
4-12               Child Pricing
13 and over   Adult Pricing

* Tours with any form of air travel will follow Federal Aviation Administration requirements stating that children 2 years and older on any aircraft must occupy, and pay, a separate seat. Payment will be processed onboard your ship. 

Delays and changes to tour itineraries
In case of a delayed arrival into a port, announcements will be made regarding the exiting of the vessel and tour departure times. You will be notified of any changes to the tours you have selected unless tour arrangements were made with vendors not advertised through Royal Caribbean International. In this case, shipboard staff cannot provide assistance and Royal Caribbean International will not refund cancellations as a result of any delays.

Attire:
When deciding what to wear, we suggest you check the weather in the area you are visiting and look for the dress code icon in the tour description regarding appropriate dress code. If you have additional questions, please visit the Shore Excursions Desk onboard your ship.

Shopping:
Many tours allow time for guests to shop or explore independently; however that time is limited and can be modified as needed during the tour. Please review the tour description and/or visit the Shore Excursions desk, onboard your ship, for timing on independent shopping and exploration.

Tour Transportation:
Please keep in mind that transportation varies throughout the world. Vehicles used for shore excursions may not have air conditioning, restroom facilities and/or seat belts/restraints. For the comfort of all guests, smoking is not allowed on any vehicles used during shore excursions.

Transportation at Ports:
Because several ports are not located in the city center, we arrange a shuttle bus service for a fee in those ports. Guests can also utilize the local services. A list of these specific ports can be found onboard.

Promptness:
It is essential that ALL guests be back onboard no later than 30 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time.  This information is posted daily at the gangway. Although shore excursions meet these schedule requirements, even if you are not on a tour, you are also responsible for being back onboard the ship on time. If for any reason a tour is delayed, the shipboard management team will await the tour’s return. However, guests on tours with vendors not advertised through Royal Caribbean International are responsible for ensuring their return to the ship on time as it will not wait for them, despite any delays.

Legal Responsibility:
Royal Caribbean International offers shore excursions for guest convenience and peace of mind. Although we have carefully selected the finest excursions at each port, services are provided by independent tour operators. Royal Caribbean International will not be responsible or liable for any loss, damage, injury, costs, or delays resulting from or in conjunction with your use of these services.

Royal Caribbean International acts only as the agent of the supplier of these services and does so on the sole condition that no liability of any kind, however caused, shall attach to Royal Caribbean International or its agents, servants or employees in connection with or arising there from. All tickets, coupons and vouchers issued by Royal Caribbean International for shore excursions made on behalf of guests are solely subject to the terms and conditions of the person or company providing those transportation facilities ashore.

Symbols/Icons & Definitions
We created descriptions for all shore excursions available on your cruise vacation. You can reference our summary of tours here or online at www.RoyalCaribbean.com/shoreexcursions.

Often times tour operators establish age, weight and height requirements for the safety and comfort of our guests. Each tour also has an assigned activity level of mild, moderate or strenuous, so you can determine if the tour is appropriate for you and your group.

The symbols below act only as a guideline, so guests must make their own judgment regarding tour participation. We encourage guests to always consider any pre-existing medical conditions and consult with their physician if they have concerns about their physical capabilities.

Pricing for Shore Excursions includes local transportation, such as motor coaches, limousines, taxis and boats (unless otherwise indicated in the excursion description). Meals, beverages and tour equipment are included only when specified in the excursion description.

Terms and Conditions

Shore Excursions vary by sailing and are subject to availability and cancellation or modification if the number of guests does not meet the minimum participation requirements. Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. also reserves the right to cancel any Shore Excursion due to inclement weather conditions or any other reason, and shall not be liable for any loss whatsoever to guest(s) due to such cancellation.

Full refunds will be extended to guests holding tickets for cancelled Shore Excursions. In the event of an excursion cancellation or modification, we will endeavor to provide advance notice to you. Shore Excursions are operated by independent third parties. Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. has no responsibility for the performance of the Shore Excursions herein specified. Tours that involve coordination of special events, Private Journeys, overland stays and hotel accommodations may be subject to cancellation fees.

See the Guest Ticket contract for additional terms and conditions applicable to your purchase of and participation in a Royal Caribbean International Shore Excursion.

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