Fall Harvest and Colour Cruise
Kingston to Montreal and Return
Oct 13, 2021 – Oct 20, 2021
7 nights, 8 days
As Autumn unfolds, the shore and islands ignite with a blaze of colour and travellers come from far and wide to take part in this parade of colour as our ship cruises beside the quiet and peaceful shores. The sights and sounds of fall make for a breathtaking holiday river cruise. As we approach Montreal, the trees that line the riverbanks of Quebec show the true beauty of the changing seasons.
This breathtaking river cruise feature shore excursions which compliment the turning of the leaves and that time known to many as harvest. Come and explore the passages and channels of the 1000 Islands, and the wonder of the St. Lawrence Seaway for 7 Nights and 8 Days. During this cruise from Kingston to Montreal and returning back to Kingston, learn about the storied history of the relationship between Upper and Lower Canada.
In Alphabetical Order
Situated in Brockville's historic downtown core, the museum houses exhibits featuring the industrial, agricultural and social history of Brockville. All of the artifacts in the museum's collection are the tangible representation of this community's heritage.
Fur Trade Museum
Located to the west of the Island of Montréal, the Fur Trade Museum at Lachine site is a testimony to the culmination of the fur industry in the Montréal region in the 18th and early 19th centuries.
Moses-Saunders Power Dam
The Moses-Saunders Power Dam, short for Robert Moses-Robert H. Saunders Power Dam, is a dam on the Saint Lawrence River straddling the border between the United States and Canada.
Smyth's Apple Orchard
This is a family-run business that had its beginning in the mid-1800's. Situated on more than 120 acres and boasting more than 30,000 trees, you could safely say this family knows apples.
Thousand Islands Heritage Center
On Gananoque's waterfront there's a grand Victorian building designed in the tradition of the late 19th century two storey "grand cottage" with its expansive verandahs and a "widow's walk" lookout tower.
Upper Canada Village
Upper Canada Village ? parts of it formed with buildings moved from flooded lands ? is a living museum community that recreates the life, work, and development of the early settlements along the upper St. Lawrence River valley.
Soft piano music on the player piano.
Cruise pass Windmill Point and site the Blue Church.
Cruise along the Old Galop Canal - opened 1846.
Relax and stroll the marina and grounds.
Fun loving entertainment.
Transit Eisenhower & Snell Locks (USA).
Free time to relax and stroll along the old canal system.
Pass through Beauharnois Locks (2) - Upper & Lower into Lake St. Louis.
Pass through Beauharnois Locks (2) - Upper & Lower
Activities on Board
Shuffle Board, Parlor Games, Kite Flying
All times are approximate. This itinerary is subject to change without notice or incurring obligation. Currents, weather and seaway traffic may be modifying factors.