Uncover the beauty and rich history of the Northeast aboard Norwegian Escape. 

In Portland, enjoy a horse-drawn wagon ride, savor some Maine lobster rolls or visit Cape Elizabeth to see the Portland Head Light — the state’s oldest lighthouse. Then explore Maine’s rugged coastline at Acadia National Park (the second-most visited park in the U.S.) or stroll along the idyllic streets of Bar Harbor and browse local boutiques. Take a walk on the wild side at St. John’s glass Skywalk, which stretches 120 feet over the impressive Reversing Falls Rapids, or embark upon a whale watching tour where you may see humpbacks, minkes and finbacks in the spectacular Bay of Fundy.  We’ll meet up with local musicians for jam sessions to make your trip even more memorable.

SEA PORTS

NEW YORK CITY

Everyone loves New York and there are a million reasons why. Here are but a few: the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Grand Central Station, the Ellis Island National Monument, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum, Times Square, Broadway, Greenwich Village, 5th Avenue and Central Park.

HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA

Admire the rugged coastline that surrounds Halifax, the world’s second-largest natural harbor. This beautifully preserved city is Nova Scotia’s capital and was founded in 1749. Take steps through history and climb to The Citadel to witness the Old Town Clock.

ST. JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA

Saint John’s history is evident in its weather-worn look, passing the tests of salt air, sea winds and a devastating fire that have all contributed to making Saint John the greatest little city in the east. Be sure to look for your ship in the port against the beauty of the Bay of Fundy from Fort Howe lookout.

PORTLAND, MAINE

Portland offers all the amenities of a big city: art districts, a vibrant waterfront, museums, parks and diverse shopping opportunities. But within minutes, you can be enjoying the view from an historic lighthouse or tasting a juicy, local lobster.

BAR HARBOUR, MAINE

This coastal attraction has retained much of its charm since its glory days of the 1900s, when America’s elite vacationed here in opulent summer cottages. Surrounding the rock-bound harbor is the world-famous Acadia National Park where the opulence of nature is on display.