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The lands of North America are defined by diverse terrain, the wide open road and movie sets brought to life. When it comes to a sense of adventure, the USA and Canada have it by the bucketful.
Our stunning destinations.
Charlottetown exudes a nautical charm and a Victorian sensibility. No visit would be complete without sampling the local mussels on the historic waterfront – they’re some of the best in the world.
Home to beautiful streams, impressive mountains, and many historical sites Corner Brook in Newfoundland, Canada, has something for everyone.
On the shores of the world's second-largest natural harbour, the 'City of Trees' adds to the beauty of Canada's maritime region. An extensive network of walking trails extends from the waterfront.
Encircled by stone ramparts and with a dramatic outlook over the St Lawrence River, the Upper Town (Haute –Ville) enchants with its throng of historic sites, cafes and boutiques.
This former mill town has emerged into a hip and happening place. The ancient fjord carved into the landscape during the last ice age never fails to impress.
Its natural beauty makes Saint John a unique destination. Experience the amazing Reversing Falls Rapids, when twice daily the tides of the Bay of Fundy rise faster than the river can empty.
Sydney lies on the coast of Cape Breton Island, which throughout history has served as a melting pot for the many immigrants who have arrived on Canadian shores.
Vancouver is ranked as the third most liveable city in the world; it combines city-life with mountain culture and a laidback beach vibe. Cycle in Stanley Park and explore historic Gastown.
Victoria is a seaside enclave that enjoys a temperate climate. You'll want to explore all the museums, parks and golf courses Victoria has to offer. Don’t miss the floral Butchart Gardens.
Victorian homes line the steep, wooded hillsides of America's oldest settlement west of the Rockies. Stroll through the 1920's-era downtown of this picturesque community at the mouth of the Columbia River.
Charleston is known for hearty food, colourful architecture, and old-world charm brought to life by remnants such as iconic horse-drawn carriages, cobblestone streets, and southern hospitality to boot.
Experience a top-deck view of the Statue of Liberty from your Celebrity cruise ship. Also known as Lady Liberty, the 151-foot iron and copper statue—305 feet with pedestal and foundation—is ranked among the most popular tourist sites in the United States.
Surrounded by Acadia National Park, this port features some of the most spectacular scenery on the rugged eastern seaboard. You can't leave without a helping or two of lobster – traditional style.
Wander the cobblestone streets of Boston and you'll soon discover why it's called the "Cradle of Liberty". Boston's rich past is linked with America's history and spirit. Don’t miss the Freedom Trail.
The perfect setting to the beginning or end of any voyage. From the vantage point of the deck, look out over the Statue of Liberty, New York Harbour and lower Manhattan.
Less than 20 miles off the coast from Los Angeles, Catalina Island feels a world away from the city lights. Protected by the most stringent measures anywhere, this sanctuary is pure paradise.
America’s Venice has everything you need to float your boat. Beachcomb its placid shores, get up close to alligators on an airboat ride in the Everglades or tour its canals by boat.
Spain, Cuba and the Bahamas inform this cultural potpourri – not forgetting key lime pie! Snorkel at Coral Reef State Park, or visit Hemingway’s house to see descendants of his 6-toed cats.
Find your favourite film star’s plaque on the Walk of Fame, then sip chilled zinfandel rosé on Sunset Boulevard’s sidewalk. For a cultural feast, visit the Huntington Centre with its impressive library.
With a style fuelled by Latin rhythms, South Beach is as known for its nightlife as its art deco architecture. Around the corner, Lincoln Road Mall is the place for shopping.
120 miles south of San Francisco, Monterey has connections to the fishing industry and was the inspiration for the John Steinbeck novel, Cannery Row. It boasts one of the world's largest aquariums.
Two words always come to mind when you think about New Orleans: Mardi Gras. But it's so much more than that. Anyone interested in food, history or music will love New Orleans.
Are you ready to take on the city that never sleeps? The Empire State Building, Central Park, Fifth Avenue, Times Square… there’s so much waiting for you in the Big Apple.
Whoever said "big things come is small packages" must have been from Newport. There’s so much to do, such as winery tours, sunset harbour cruises and bike treks along Ocean Drive.
In Portland, drop in at the light-keeper’s house to savour the achingly beautiful seascapes. There is also a thriving food-truck scene here, meaning you can dine on an eclectic menu of delights.
Bordered by the Anza-Borrego Desert, the Laguna Mountains, and the Pacific Ocean, San Diego is blessed with a year-round Mediterranean climate, only adding to the allure of its 70 miles of beaches.
The Golden Gate, Alcatraz prison, exotic Chinatown, tons of museums and galleries… with an endless bounty of things to see, taste and do – it doesn’t come any better than San Francisco.
Known as the "American Riviera," with Mediterranean-like weather year-round, Santa Barbara lies between the steep Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. Perfect for seafood lovers.
Smell the coffee in Pike Place Market where it all began for Starbucks, then see it from above at the 520ft Space Needle. Seattle is a magnet for art and culture lovers.
Discover incredible destinations in the USA and Canada.
On a North American cruise with Celebrity Cruises, you’ll visit some of the most captivating sites on the continent. The Statue of Liberty in New York. Lake Louise in Alberta. The Freedom Trail in Boston. And once you’ve finished exploring for the day, you can relax in the comfort and luxury of your Celebrity Cruises ship.
There’s so much to do on a North American cruise. In Vancouver, you can go skiing, hiking or horseback riding before exploring exclusive boutiques and hideaway cafes in the city’s downtown area. Uptown, you will find art, history and countless critically acclaimed restaurants.
On USA cruises, don’t miss Maine. Here, you can explore the magical and mysterious Acadia National Park before enjoying the region’s traditional lobster.
Answering your questions about the USA & Canada.
Find out everything you need to know about a USA and Canada cruise, from what to eat to what to pack, with our handy list of FAQs.
There’s something for everyone in North America, whether you’re more of a beach bum or a city slicker. With a culture not too dissimilar from the UK’s, it’s perfect for those looking for a familiar experience (albeit with sunnier weather).
Both the USA and Canada are vast countries. On a cruise, you’ll get to experience the many highlights of each without having to drive coast to coast.
The USA is a diverse country whose attractions are countless. Start with the glamour of San Francisco with its nostalgic cable cars and elegant Golden Gate Bridge, or the idyllic Florida Keys.
In Canada, the national parks top our list – there’s no experience quite like kayaking in the milky blue waters of Lake Louise.
Depending on the time of year you sail with us, bring plenty of layers to prepare for the weather. Hiking shoes are essential if you plan on hiking in any of the national parks. And of course, your camera is a must.
Canada has six time zones: Pacific, Mountain, Central, Eastern, Atlantic and Newfoundland. The USA also has six: Hawaii, Alaska, Pacific, Mountain, Central and Eastern.
English is spoken in the majority of the USA and Canada. French is also an official language of Canada and spoken widely on the east coast.
The best of the USA and Canada, handpicked by us.
From the modern cityscapes of Toronto to the quaint towns on Canada’s east coast, discover some of the highlights of our USA and Canada cruises.
The best time to visit the USA and Canada, with Celebrity Cruises.
Both the USA and Canada experience clearly defined seasons, which tend to correlate with those here in the UK. The warmest months to visit will be between May and September, and the coldest between October and March. The east coast of America is renowned for its beauty in the autumn, when the leaves turn the trees shades of burnt orange and luminous gold. Springtime in Vancouver is known for the arrival of the pastel pink cherry blossom.
There are also a number of events and festivals to consider when planning your USA and Canada cruise. February sees the arrival of the annual Super Bowl in the USA, with parties held across the nation in its honour.
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