12 nights onboard Silver Shadow

New York to Quebec City

Watch the trees emerge from vibrant green into their autumn cloaks of burnished red and gold during this fall foliage cruise. The season is the ideal time to catch the stunningly diverse scenery, so why not join us as we espouse the rugged coasts of Canada and New England? This 11-day cruise will take in the region’s most beautiful highlights: from quaint towns and villages, to vast mansions to flocks of seabirds and endemic wildlife, giving you a snapshot of a beautiful region.

Leaving from: New York, New York
Cruise ship: Silver Shadow
Visiting: New York, New York Newport, Rhode Island Boston, Massachusetts Portland, Maine
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Wellness should be about balanced indulgence, not self-sacrifice - that's the philosophy behind Silversea's new programme called Otium, named after the Roman leisure time dedicated to bathing, talking, singing, drinking, eating and relaxing. The easygoing regime includes a 24-hour room-service menu of comfort food, as well as new spa treatments, relaxing baths and hot chocolate served on your balcony.

388
Passengers
302
Crew
2000
Launched
2017
Last refit
28258t
Tonnage
186m
Length
24.9m
Width
18kts
Speed
7
Decks
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Currency
Cruise Itinerary
Day 1
New York, New York, United States
Day 2
Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Day 3
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Day 4
Portland, Maine, United States
Day 6
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Day 8
Cap-aux-Meules, Magdalen Islands, Québec, Canada
Day 9
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Day 11
Saguenay, Québec, Canada
Days 12 - 13
Quebec City, Québec, Canada
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Day 1
New York, New York, United States
Cruising from New York City immerses you in a world of unparalleled excitement and convenience. Setting sail from the iconic Manhattan skyline, you embark on a journey enriched with history and glamour. Explore renowned landmarks like the Statue of Liberty and Times Square before boarding your ship, where luxury and comfort await. From the Caribbean's sun-drenched beaches to Europe's timeless cities, New York's port offers diverse itineraries to suit every traveler's taste. Indulge in gourmet dining, Broadway-style entertainment, and world-class amenities as you cruise the high seas from the city that never sleeps, creating memories to last a lifetime.
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Day 2
Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Established in 1639 by a small band of religious dissenters led by William Coddington and Nicholas Easton, the city by the sea became a haven for those who believed in religious freedom. Newport’s deepwater harbor at the mouth of Narragansett Bay ensured its success as a leading Colonial port, and a building boom produced hundreds of houses and many landmarks that still survive today. These include the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard House and the White Horse Tavern, both built during the 17th century, plus Trinity Church, Touro Synagogue, the Colony House, and the Redwood Library, all built in the 18th century.British troops occupied Newport from 1776–1779, causing half the city’s population to flee and ending a golden age of prosperity. The economic downturn that followed may not have been so great for its citizens but it certainly was for preserving Newport’s architectural heritage, as few had the capital to raze buildings and replace them with bigger and better ones. By the mid-19th century the city had gained a reputation as the summer playground for the very wealthy, who built enormous mansions overlooking the Atlantic. These so-called "summer cottages," occupied for only six to eight weeks a year by the Vanderbilts, Berwinds, Astors, and Belmonts, helped establish the best young American architects. The presence of these wealthy families also brought the New York Yacht Club, which made Newport the venue for the America’s Cup races beginning in 1930 until the 1983 loss to the Australians.The Gilded Age mansions of Bellevue Avenue are what many people associate most with Newport. These late-19th-century homes are almost obscenely grand, laden with ornate rococo detail and designed with a determined one-upmanship.Pedestrian-friendly Newport has so much else to offer in a relatively small geographical area— beaches, seafood restaurants, galleries, shopping, and cultural life. Summer can be crowded, but fall and spring are increasingly popular times of the year to visit.
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Day 3
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Boston pulsates as the cultural epicenter of America, rooted in its storied past and revolutionary spirit. The iconic Boston Tea Party reverberates through history, symbolizing the city's defiance against British tyranny and igniting the flames of independence. From the cobblestone streets of Beacon Hill to the hallowed grounds of Freedom Trail, each corner echoes with tales of rebellion and resilience. Boston's heritage extends beyond the tea-stained waters, encompassing infamous events like the Boston Massacre and Paul Revere's midnight ride, immortalizing the city as a bastion of American identity and heritage.
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Day 4
Portland, Maine, United States
Portland, Maine The largest city in Maine, Portland was founded in 1632 on the Casco Bay Peninsula. It quickly prospered through shipbuilding and the export of inland pines which made excellent masts. A long line of wooden wharves stretched along the seafront, with the merchants' houses on the hillside above. From the earliest days it was a cosmopolitan city. When the railroads came, the Canada Trunk Line had its terminal right on Portland's quayside, bringing the produce of Canada and the Great Plains one hundred miles closer to Europe than any other major U.S. port. Some of the wharves are now occupied by new condominium developments, with the exception of the Customs House Wharf, which remains much as it used to be. Grand Trunk Station was torn down in 1966 and a revitalization program of this historic section was spearheaded by a group of committed residents. The result was the revival of the Old Port Exchange District with its redbrick streets built in the 1860s following a disastrous fire. The area today features a wide variety of restaurants, specialty and antique shops, and makes for a pleasant place for a stroll. Congress Street and its many side streets are an engaging mixture of culture, commerce and history. Art is everywhere, from the Portland Museum of Art to the many statues and monuments throughout the city. Other points of interest include the Portland Observatory, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's childhood home, several colonial mansions and Fort Williams Park, with the adjacent Portland Head Light. Farther afield one can visit the charming yachting and fishing village of Kennebunkport, also noted as the locale of the home and summer White House of former President George Bush. Going Ashore in Portland Pier Information The ship is scheduled to dock at the Portland Ocean Terminal, a very easy walk to the Old Port District located about two blocks away. Taxis are available at the pier. Shopping A wide range of Maine-made clothing, crafts and imported items can be found in shops along the cobblestone streets of the quaint Old Port Exchange. Small boutiques and numerous art galleries feature everything from paintings, crafts and furniture to prints and photographs. Antique lovers will enjoy browsing through area shops. Bargain hunters may want to visit the designer factory outlet shops in Freeport. On Sundays, most shops are open from 12:00 noon to 5:00-6:00 p.m. The local currency is the dollar. Cuisine Portland has the most restaurants per capita, second only to San Francisco. Eating establishments are as diverse as the menus they offer. The fresh catch of the day can be found on most menus, but seafood is only one of many culinary delights. From specialty coffee houses and ethnic restaurants to chowder and lobster houses to elegant dining rooms, Portland makes it easy to please every palate. Other Sights Longfellow's "City by the Sea" Portland is a walkable city, and a good place to start exploring is at the Old Port with its striking buildings comprising a bevy of architectural styles, ranging from Italianate to Mansard, Queen Anne to Greek Revival. The charming streets house an amazing collection of shops, galleries, bookstores and restaurants. Congress Street and the Arts District reflect the changes of 350 years of history, boasting an engaging mixture of culture and commerce. Portland Museum of Art The museum's award-winning building is a blend of 1911 Beaux Arts and 1983 post-modernism. It houses one of New England's finest art collections. Don't miss the museum's indoor Sculpture Garden. Portland Observatory Built in 1807, this is a rare example of a signal tower from which signal flags would be flown to identify incoming vessels. Factory Outlets of Freeport About a 25-minute drive north of Portland (approximately $35 one way for a taxi), this shopping mecca is crammed with serious shoppers who come from as far away as New York. Private arrangements for independent sightseeing may be requested through the Tour Office on board.
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Day 6
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Halifax, steeped in maritime history, stands as a beacon of Canada's shipping legacy. Its strategic location and bustling port played a crucial role in trade and immigration, shaping the nation's identity. Today, the city honors its heritage with museums, historic sites, and the iconic waterfront boardwalk, paying homage to the seafarers who once navigated its waters.
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Day 8
Cap-aux-Meules, Magdalen Islands, Québec, Canada
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Day 9
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Designated as the Island capital in 1765, Charlottetown is both PEI’s oldest and largest urban center. However, since the whole "metropolitan" area only has a population of about 65,000, a pleasing small-town atmosphere remains. The city is a winner appearance-wise as well. Peppered with gingerbread-clad homes, converted warehouses, striking churches, and monumental government buildings, Charlottetown’s core seems relatively unchanged from its 19th-century heyday when it hosted the conference that led to the formation of Canada. The city is understandably proud of its role as the "Birthplace of Confederation" and, in summer, downtown streets are dotted with people dressed as personages from the past who’ll regale you with tales about the Confederation debate.
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Day 11
Saguenay, Québec, Canada
Just after visiting Saguenay, the wonderful Saguenay River pours into the massive St. Lawrence River. Before then, however, it slices through one of the world's most southerly fjords and dense forests of towering pine trees. The nature watching here is nothing short of sublime, with outdoor spots like the Parc National du Fjord-du-Saguenay offering panoramic vistas and sandy river-beaches. Island-sized blue whales cruise through the waters of the mighty rivers, and flick gallons of water into the air effortlessly with a single swish of their colossal tails. With hiking, kayaking and cycling opportunities inviting you to explore the spectacular scenery - you'll find endless ways to fall in love with this majestic outdoor escape. In fall, gorgeous colours ripple through the foliage, and in doing so, they provide one of nature's greatest performances.
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Days 12 - 13
Quebec City, Québec, Canada
Quebec stands as a hidden gem in Canada's cruise landscape, often overlooked despite its profound historical significance. As the birthplace of French civilization in North America, Quebec City's cobblestone streets and majestic architecture offer a journey through centuries of rich heritage. The St. Lawrence River, a vital waterway in Canadian history, invites exploration with its picturesque landscapes and charming port towns. Yet, its prominence in shaping North America's past is often overshadowed by other destinations, despite offering a unique and enriching experience for cruise travelers seeking a deeper connection to the continent's history.
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Silver Shadow

Award-winning Silver Shadow has all the hallmarks of extreme luxury at sea. With one of the highest space-to-guest ratios at sea, Silver Shadow is a firm favourite in the Silversea fleet.

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