Tauck offering New York-to-Quebec Silversea itinerary
Tauck will offer small ship ocean cruises from New York City to Quebec City on Silversea ship Silver Shadow.
The new 13-day “Shores of Eastern Canada and New England” itinerary will include three northbound Manhattan-to-Quebec City departures along with three southbound trips in September and October next year.
It is the company’s latest expansion into domestic cruising and furthering its partnership with Silversea.
The new cruise follows the 2019 introduction of Tauck’s “Cruising the Great Lakes: Chicago to Toronto” itinerary.
Elsewhere in the US, Tauck has also featured a cruise along Alaska’s Inside Passage as well as a 15-day “Grand Alaska” combination land tour/seven-night cruise in its portfolio for many years.
“We’ve seen tremendous interest in our Alaska and Great Lakes programs and we’re excited to expand our domestic cruise offerings for next year,” said Tauck CEO Dan Mahar.
The new Tauck itinerary begins with an included overnight hotel stay at the New York Marriott Marquis in Times Square, followed by a day of guided sightseeing in Manhattan.
Guests embark the Silver Shadow that afternoon for a 10-night cruise to Quebec City, with ports of call in Newport, Boston, Bar Harbor, Halifax, Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island) and Saguenay (Quebec).
It includes a Quebec City excursion and overnight accommodations at landmark hotel, the Chateau Frontenac.
Tauck’s “Shores of Eastern Canada and New England” itinerary is priced from $8,990 per person, double-occupancy, plus airfare.
Next year marks Tauck’s 30th anniversary offering small ship ocean cruises, and in 2023 the company will operate more than 100 sailings on 18 small ship itineraries in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Antarctica and the Arabian Peninsula.