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A Transatlantic adventure

Join Amy Johnson as she heads to stylish Montréal and historic Québec – all enjoying the late summer warmth and the first tinges of the golden hues of fall. This outstanding cruise begins with visits at charming Lerwick and toytown Tórshavn, before sailing west, to Greenland, where two calls await.

Memorable ports of call across the Eastern Seaboard include St John’s, Newfoundland, Halifax, Nova Scotia and Montréal. Visits to Québec, Saguenay’s exquisite fjord, Havre Saint Pierre, Corner Brook, Cap aux Meulles and Sydney, Nova Scotia, complete the Canadian leg of this cruise. Head home, spending a night in Iceland’s welcoming capital Reykjavík on the way.

What does this price include?

  • 35 nights' accommodation in your choice of cabin
  • Delicious cuisine and full-board dining
  • Afternoon teas and late-night snacks
  • Captain’s Cocktail Party (cruises of six nights or more)
  • Self-service tea and coffee (6am to midnight)
  • Big-show entertainment, cabarets and classical interludes
  • Daytime activities and leisure facilities
  • Guest speakers and arts-and-crafts groups (cruises of five nights or more)
  • Luggage porterage from port to cabin
  • Port taxes

Your Itinerary

  • Depart: 1600hrs

    Board Amy Johnson in Tilbury today, and settle in to your cabin as she prepares to set sail.

  • Arrive: 0800hrs

    Depart: 1600hrs

    Amy Johnson's first port is the Shetland capital, Lerwick. This rugged, enchanting town is your gateway to a land of ancient legend, traditional crafts and an incredible abundance of bird-life. Wander the town, or join an excursion to the 3,000-year-old archaeological site at Jarlshof to discover its Bronze and Iron Age remains.

  • Arrive: 0800hrs

    Depart: 1600hrs

    The Faroes are a birdwatchers’ paradise in the heart of the Gulf Stream, and their inhabitants live surrounded by natural beauty. Here you can explore the lanes and narrow passages, black-tarred houses with turf roofs, and modern buildings that make up the tiny capital, Tórshavn. Alternatively, join an excursion to another part of the islands, perhaps crossing the famous Bridge Across the Atlantic, which connects the main island of Streymoy with smaller Eysturoy.

  • Arrive: 0800hrs

    Depart: 2000hrs

    Amy Johnson arrives in Narsarsuaq, one of Greenland's most popular towns for visitors thanks to its diverse wildlife and geology, today. The waters here teem with trout, and are home to humpback and minke whales. As you sail out across the Tunugdliarfik Fjord, there may well be sightings of these amazing creatures.

  • Arrive: 0500hrs

    Depart: 1700hrs

    Early this morning Amy Johnson rounds Cape Farewell, the southern tip of the Greenland archipelago. The day will be spent at anchor off pretty Qaqortoq, and you’ll have the chance to step ashore and explore Southern Greenland’s largest settlement – of only 3000 inhabitants.

  • Arrive: 0700hrs

    Depart: 1900hrs

    Canada’s historic St John’s was founded on the fishing industry, and its harbour is still a hive of activity. Stroll along Water Street, perhaps visiting the fascinating Newfoundland Museum. Alternatively, join an optional excursion to view Cape Spear, North America’s nearest point to Europe, or to Witless Bay, home to North America’s largest puffin colony.

  • Arrive: 0800hrs

    Depart: 2000hrs

    Today, Amy Johnson will cruise into the world’s second-largest natural harbour, at Halifax, Nova Scotia. Highlights here include the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and the fortified Citadel. Further afield, Nova Scotia’s rugged coastline and the iconic lighthouse at Peggy’s Cove can be explored on an optional excursion.

  • Arrive: 0700hrs

    Depart: 1400hrs

    A morning call at Charlottetown reveals this delightful capital of Canada’s smallest province, Prince Edward Island. The setting for ’Anne of Green Gables’, and a gentle, agricultural land fringed by sandy beaches and picturesque inlets, PEI draws visitors from along the eastern seaboard and beyond to its pretty shores.

  • Arrive: 0700hrs

    Depart: 1900hrs

    Montréal, Canada’s second-largest settlement, is also the world’s second-largest French-speaking metropolis. It’s a cosmopolitan melange of high culture, high fashion and high tech, with a waterfront rivalling Vancouver’s for glass and steel, and contrasting with bohemian Plateau Mont Royal and the cobblestones of Vieux Montreal.

  • Arrive: 0800hrs

    Depart: 1800hrs

    Charming, historic Québec is the only walled city in the USA or Canada. Explore the narrow, cobbled alleyways of the lower Basse-Ville, see the monumental Citadelle and the Château Frontenac hotel, or perhaps join fascinating optional shore excursions to nearby Montmorency Falls or the pilgrimage shrine at Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré.

  • Arrive: 1000hrs

    Depart: 1900hrs

    Amy Johnson calls today in Saguenay. Explore the pretty city or join a shore excursion into the Parc du Saguenay, an exquisite natural wonderland crowned by the majestic, 270km Saguenay Fjord. In the icy depths beneath its sheer cliffs, salt and fresh water mix to create the unique ecosystem that supports the area’s whale population.

  • Arrive: 0730hrs

    Depart: 1430hrs

    Discover Baie-Comeau, gateway to a vast, beautiful wilderness. The city boasts a fascinating Glacier Exploration Station where there’s a chance to immerse yourself in the science of these wonders of nature. There will also be optional shore excursions into the pristine interior.

  • Arrive: 0745hrs

    Depart: 1415hrs

    A morning call at Havre-St-Pierre on The St Lawrence River’s north shore, brings an opportunity to visit the otherworldly limestone islands and granite islets of the Mingan Archipelago, home to seabirds, seals, dolphins and whales.

  • Arrive: 1000hrs

    Depart: 1800hrs

    Cruising back along Newfoundland’s western shore, this morning we’ll call at Corner Brook, beautifully set on the Trans-Canada Highway, at the southern end of idyllic Deer Lake.

  • Arrive: 0800hrs

    Depart: 1800hrs

    Spend a day in the idyllic Îles-de-la-Madeleine, a remote island group bathed by the warming Gulf Stream. The area’s unique culture combines French, English and ancient ’Arcadian’ traditions. XXX anchors off principal island Cap-aux-Meules, and there’s an opportunity to head ashore to explore.

  • Arrive: 0700hrs

    Depart: 1700hrs

    Don’t miss today’s chance to join a shore excursion from Sydney, Nova Scotia. Beyond this former mining town, the stunning scenery of Cape Breton Island awaits, home to the scenic Cabot Trail and the Cape Bretons Highlands National Park.

  • Arrive: 0700hrs

    Depart: 1700hrs

    Amy Johnson will spend two days at her last port, Reykjavík, the world's northernmost capital. Sitting on a promontory jutting into crystal clear waters and framed by majestic Mount Ejsa, the city's brightly painted wooden buildings stand in sharp contrast to the stunning beauty of its setting. Take the lift to the top of the Hallgrimskirkja Church for a panoramic view or visit the fascinating Arbaer Folk Museum. Witness geothermal activity at the famous Blue Lagoon, and at the original Geysir – after which all others are named.

  • Arrive: 0800hrs

    Bid farewell to Amy Johnson and all your fellow travellers, today, as you disembark in Tilbury at the end of your Canadian cruise.


Days marked above with an anchor include ports where you will be transferred to shore by landing boat. These ports may be inaccessible for customers with mobility difficulties as a result. Any days not listed will be spent at sea.

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Further Information

  • British Citizens will need a full, 10-year passport to travel on this cruise. Since some countries require visitors to be valid for at least six months after the return date of the cruise we recommend that all customers ensure that this is the case. Holders of non-British passports should check with the relevant embassies to see if any requirements and restrictions exist for any countries visited during the cruise.

  • Visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice  to find out the latest Foreign And Commonwealth Office travel advice for your holiday destination, as well as information about passports and visas.

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