GOSPEL MUSIC CELEBRATION - 7 DAY NEW ENGLAND & CANADA CRUISE 2021)
|Boarding Location||Boston, MA|
|Cruise Ship||HOLLAND AMERICA ms Amsterdam|
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|On Sale Date||September 9, 2019|
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INSPIRATION CRUISES & TOURS
Join us for another fun-filled and invigorating week at sea in one of the most scenic and romantic places in North America. Fall is the perfect time to discover this gorgeous landscape as foliage transforms into vibrant colors. In this vacation like no other, we have booked a fabulous ship for a cruise filled with fellowship, entertainment and soul-stirring music from some of the biggest names in Southern Gospel Music.
Get ready to tap your feet and lift your voice as you listen to beloved artists including Booth Brothers, Legacy Five, Dennis Swanberg, Greater Vision, Triumphant Quartet and The Collingsworth Family!
As usual, this cruise celebration takes place amid the luxury and attentive service of one of Holland America’s best ships, the ms Amsterdam. Immerse yourself in a world of lighthouses, lobster and laid-back charm by day and heavenly entertainment each night. We’ll also have special events and showcases that are guaranteed to make you rejoice in the Lord.
Are you ready for the week of a lifetime? Come along with us in 2020. Book your stateroom today!
DEPARTING: Saturday, Sept 4, 4:00PM
BOSTON, MA, US - Embarkation
Sunday, Sept 5, 7:00AM - 4:00PM
Bar Harbor, ME, US
Once a summer resort area for the New England elite, Bar Harbor is now home to both painted and scenic landscapes, equally known for the artists who call it home as for its rich natural beauty. Bar Harbor is the point of entry for Acadia National Park, but in the late 1800s and early 1900s it thrived as an artists’ enclave and vacation destination for the Rockefellers, Morgans, Vanderbilts, Fords, and Astors. Today, tourists visit as much for the opulent architecture as for the scenery.
Monday, September 6, 9:00AM - 6:00PM
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
A legendary port during the fall foliage season, Halifax is a youthful college town with a historical waterfront and seafaring history. As home to the world’s second-largest natural harbor, its busy docks attract hundreds of cruise ship visits a year. Visitors come for its craggy coastal scenery, its Titanic-related history (the fated ship was bound for Halifax when it sank), and—despite its size—its small-town warmth.
Tuesday, September 7, 10:00AM - 6:00PM
Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada
The gateway to Nova Scotia—which is Latin for “New Scotland”—Sydney lies on the east side of Cape Breton Island and introduces cruise travelers to some of the most beautiful scenery in Canada. Once an industrial city until its waning steel factories and coal mines closed in 2001, it’s now a melting pot of culture, architecture, tourism, and stunning landscapes. From the diverse nationalities who live there to attractions like its boardwalk and the world’s largest fiddle, Sydney is a place of surprises.
Wednesday, Sept 8, 8:00AM - 6:00PM
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Once you step foot on Prince Edward Island, you might not want to leave. You’ll love the peacefulness of its rolling green countryside and lighthouses, the wildness of the Prince Edward Island National Park, and the quaint cobblestone streets and Victorian architecture of Charlottetown, its largest urban area. Though still connected to Nova Scotia and the North American mainland by a 9-mile long bridge, the entire island feels worlds away from the bustle of daily life.
Thursday, September 9
Cruising The Gulf Of Saint Lawrence
Take a breath of clean air and soak in the sights of majestic mountains and vibrant forests as they slide by on our day of cruising the Saint Lawrence River. Scene after scene you’ll see panoramics worthy of capturing and showing to your family and friends after the cruise is over!
Friday, September 10, 7:00AM - 5:00PM
Quebéc City, Quebéc, Canada
Who knew the Saint Lawrence and Saint Charles rivers of Canada surged together in the heart of Europe? That’s what it feels like in Quebéc City, a place known for bringing the winding streets and charming atmosphere of the Old World into North America. This cosmopolitan city is a swirl of contracts, blends French with English, castle-like buildings modern shopping, and Parisian character with spectacular scenery.
Concluding Saturday Sept 11
Montreal, Quebéc, Canada - Disembark starting at 7:00AM
INTERIOR STATEROOM (Starting at $1,498)*
CABINS: MM, M, L, K, J,
A starter option for those wanting an interior cabin, these cozy staterooms include two luxurious twin beds (convertible to a queen-size), a sitting area, vanity area and private bathroom in 182-293 square feet of space.
OCEAN VIEW STATEROOM (Starting at $1,698)*
CABINS: H** G*, FF, F, EE, E, DD, D, C, CA
A good choice for those wanting a window in their cabin. These comfortable staterooms feature a sitting area and two lower beds that convert to one queen. Some have additional sofa beds or upper beds. Approximately 140-319 square feel. *All G catagory staterooms have portholes. **All H-category staterooms have a partially obstructed view.
STANDARD BALCONY/VERANDAH CABINS
(Unfortunately, due to the limitations of the size ship neccessary for this itinerary, Holland American doesnt offer standard blacony cabins. For a balcony you must purchase a Vista Suite or Neptune Suite.)
VISTA SUITE (Starting at $3,048)*
CABINS: BB, B, A
A wonderful option for cruisers desiring the views and extra space of a balcony, these beautiful cabins include luxurious twin beds (convertible to queen-size), bedside USB ports, a sitting area and vanity area, frameless glass shower doors in a private bathroom, a private balcony, and stunning floor-to-ceiling windows.
Total Space is approximately 295-337 square feet, including verandah.
NEPTUNE SUITE (Starting at $4,498)*
CABINS: SB, SA
The ultimate choice for passengers seeking luxury, these are the largest staterooms on the ship, offering two lower beds that convert to a king-size bed, dual-sink bathroom vanities, a full-size whirlpool bath and shower, a large sitting area, a private balcony, and floor-to-ceiling windows in approximately 568-644 square feet of space. Also included is access to the exclusive Neptune Lounge, a private haven offering personal concierge service.
*Prices are per passenger based on two per cabin. Air transportation not included in price. Add per person: Taxes / fees $220 (subject to change); Conference fee $298. Call toll free for questions regarding single occupancy rates and wheelchair accessible cabins. Transfer from the pier and flight / hotel quotes are all available.