Canada & New England Knitting Cruise

Canada & New England Knitting Cruise
Maritime Canada & New England is one of Craft Cruise’s most popular cruising regions for knitters and non-knitters alike. Not only are the coastlines rugged but there is a very distinct maritime culture and plenty of yarn shopping opportunities.

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This 9 day cruise offers great value for dollar onboard Royal Caribbean’s Explorer of the Seas. Join Joan Schrouder and Donna Druchunas on September 29 for a 9 night adventure sailing round trip from Port Liberty, NJ. This cruise includes the ports of Portland, Bar Harbor, St. Johns, Halifax, Boston and has three luxurious days at sea.

Canada & New England are known for distinct beauty, rich history, diverse culture, and natural coastal seascapes. With the change of seasons, you can expect to see spectacular fall foliage colors. You will be able to dine along the waterfront on succulent lobster or clam chowder, go beach combing for treasures, bicycling along shady country lanes or shopping for beautiful locally produced yarns.

On this cruise, there will be private fiber shore events including the Maine Fiber Arts Center, Halcyon Yarns, The Fleece Artist, Tradewind Knits where you’ll be inspired by Lucy Neatby and Cat Bordhi. You will also have plenty of other opportunities to meet other knitters, fiber producers and designers in every port visited while learning new skills and making new friends.

Get more info and sign up today! It is going to be great.

Prices starting from $1,067 per person

Includes cruise, inside stateroom based on double occupancy, non-participants deduct $150, welcome party, all social gatherings, classes (optional $15 per class hour) and fiber & shopping info for each port.

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