Charlottetown Cathedral

Destination: Charlottetown P.E.I.

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Getting to know Charlottetown

Located on Prince Edward Island, Canada’s tiniest and most charming province, Charlottetown is famous for its red earth and white beaches. It was founded in 1720 as a French fort on the island, and transferred to British forces in 1758. It was rechristened Charlottetown, in honor of the wife of King George III.

Our All-inclusive Visit

This morning our coaches leave the port and will initially follow the same historic trail through Charlottetown, which was walked by the delegates participating in the historic conference leading to the Confederation of Canada. We will then drive along the North Shore of P.E.I. to Cavendish Bay, Prince Edward Island National Park, and the farmstead that inspired L.M. Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables. Guests can tour the house as well as other settings from the book, including: the Haunted Woods, Lover’s Lane, and Balsam Hollow. Enjoy free time strolling along the shores of the bay or the charming city center before we return to the ship for an exceptional dinner overlooking the sea.

Destination: Charlottetown P.E.I.

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Victory Sailing Dates Which Call Here:

Getting to know Charlottetown

Located on Prince Edward Island, Canada’s tiniest and most charming province, Charlottetown is famous for its red earth and white beaches. It was founded in 1720 as a French fort on the island, and transferred to British forces in 1758. It was rechristened Charlottetown, in honor of the wife of King George III.

Our All-inclusive Visit

This morning our coaches leave the port and will initially follow the same historic trail through Charlottetown, which was walked by the delegates participating in the historic conference leading to the Confederation of Canada. We will then drive along the North Shore of P.E.I. to Cavendish Bay, Prince Edward Island National Park, and the farmstead that inspired L.M. Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables. Guests can tour the house as well as other settings from the book, including: the Haunted Woods, Lover’s Lane, and Balsam Hollow. Enjoy free time strolling along the shores of the bay or the charming city center before we return to the ship for an exceptional dinner overlooking the sea.

More about Charlottetown…

Canada was created in 1867 from a confederation of independent British colonies. The first of a series of conferences leading up to Confederation was held in Charlottetown in 1864. Although Prince Edward Island did not join the Confederation until 1873, Charlottetown still calls itself “the Birthplace of Confederation.”