USA And Canada

North America
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What's included

Outside from: $9390*
Inside from: $7236*
*Indicative pricing only.
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Itinerary

  • Day 1 - Southampton The city center is a charming mix of old city walls and a large modern shopping centre. With multiple restaurants, museums, cinemas and theatres there is plenty to be explored. Time spent at embarkation and disembarkation ports may be limited which may restrict availability of shore excursions.
  • Day 2 - At Sea
  • Day 3 - At Sea
  • Day 4 - At Sea
  • Day 5 - At Sea
  • Day 6 - St John St John
  • Day 7 - At Sea
  • Day 8 - Corner Brook The bustling city of Corner Brook is brimming with rich history and colourful stories of pirates and explorers. Lying on the west coast of Newfoundland at the mouth of the Bay of Islands, Corner Brook is also an exceptional area for outdoor activities. In 1767, Captain Cook was the first to map the Bay of Islands. At the Captain James Cook Monument, a National Historic Site, you can see copies of the charts he mapped. Then, journey back further in time with a visit to the Corner Brook Museum. Built in 1926, this registered heritage building houses displays from aboriginal times through the ages to the present. The Historic Train Site displays Newfoundland's proud rail heritage, with the 'Newfie Bullet' and an array of railway memorabilia. The charming downtown area has over 2 miles of beautiful red, interlocking-brick sidewalks, lined with quaint shops, art galleries and welcoming green spaces. Keep an eye out for the marble-inscribed heritage buildings along the way.
  • Day 9 - Iles De La Madeleine Although the Iles de la Madeleine (Magdalen Island) archipelago is floating in the middle of the massive Gulf of St Lawrence, it belongs to the province of Quebec. It offers an intoxicating mix of rich, island culture and vast natural spaces. This green archipelago has beautiful marine landscapes and an incredible coastline. It's filled with red cliffs, coastal lagoons and miles of windswept beaches. And it's home to hundreds of bird species. The Îles de la Madeleine offer a fascinating blend of Acadian, French and English cultures, formed in isolation over two centuries. The pace of life is slower and flows along. But the traditions are strong and apparent in the art galleries, museums and historic churches. Brightly painted commercial fishing boats lining the docks are testament to their typical regional cuisine, which features the flavours of the sea. You won't find any fresher snow crab, lobster, northern shrimp or shellfish anywhere.
  • Day 10 - At Sea
  • Day 11 - Halifax Halifax is the principal city of Nova Scotia and one of the most dramatically indented coastlines in the world. It is also one of the closest Canadian ports to Europe, hence its early prominence in transatlantic trade (Samuel Cunard was born here). For lovers of maritime history, a call at the cruise port Halifax will be one of the most memorable of a cruise around the USA’s Eastern Seaboard and the Canadian Maritimes.
  • Day 12 - At Sea
  • Day 13 - Boston Historic Boston is a key cruise port for 'fall foliage' trips around New England and the Canadian Maritime Provinces but anytime is a good time to enjoy this friendly, walkable city - dubbed 'The Cradle of Liberty' for its part in the American War of Independence. Learn its fascinating history by following the Freedom Trail or take a subway ride beneath the Charles River to Cambridge, home of the 400-year-old Harvard University. On the other hand, you could simply settle for some world class shopping and lunch with a view of street entertainers at one of the pavement restaurants in the leafy lanes which surround pretty Quincy Market. Or spend your day exploring the city's neighbourhoods; Back Bay - filled with elegant boulevards and imposing brownstone mansions - is the trendiest district while North End displays Boston's colonial charm at its best.
  • Day 14 - Boston Historic Boston is a key cruise port for 'fall foliage' trips around New England and the Canadian Maritime Provinces but anytime is a good time to enjoy this friendly, walkable city - dubbed 'The Cradle of Liberty' for its part in the American War of Independence. Learn its fascinating history by following the Freedom Trail or take a subway ride beneath the Charles River to Cambridge, home of the 400-year-old Harvard University. On the other hand, you could simply settle for some world class shopping and lunch with a view of street entertainers at one of the pavement restaurants in the leafy lanes which surround pretty Quincy Market. Or spend your day exploring the city's neighbourhoods; Back Bay - filled with elegant boulevards and imposing brownstone mansions - is the trendiest district while North End displays Boston's colonial charm at its best.
  • Day 15 - At Sea
  • Day 16 - Newport Fabulous mansions, fantastic scenery and the world famous ten mile Ocean Drive make Newport, Rhode Island a must see city. From the splendour of its palatial 'summer cottages' to its quaint colonial streets, inviting vineyards and numerous marinas. For a glimpse into gilded age living, visit Breakers - the most opulent and elegant mansion renowned for its intricate art and craftsmanship, or marvel at Marble Cottage - a social and architectural landmark and the first of Newport's grand residences. Both are laced with endless carpets of green lawn and beautifully manicured gardens. Miles of scenic coastline give it a rugged beauty ideal for sailing, riding and rejuvenating walks. For true nature lovers Newport's sanctuaries display a wide variety of bird life and for those who want to simply relax lagoon-like Gooseberry beach is the perfect location. Other famous landmarks include Trinity Church, Redwood Library and the Gothic Church of St. Mary's - where Jacqui and JFK were married.
  • Day 17 - New York The 'Big Apple' is the USA's most charismatic city and has something for everyone. Love the great outdoors? Stroll through the gorgeous gardens of Central Park, right in the centre of Manhattan. People-watching more your thing? Get a taste of local life in the quaint cafes of bohemian Greenwich Village, or star spot in the boutique and restaurant-lined streets of the sophisticated SoHo and TriBeCa districts. Feast your eyes at the Metropolitan Museum of Art or enjoy the shopping spree of your life at Saks, Macys, Bloomingdales or Century 21 on Cortlandt Street, which is the worlds largest discount warehouse and near that other must-see, Broadway.
  • Day 18 - New York The 'Big Apple' is the USA's most charismatic city and has something for everyone. Love the great outdoors? Stroll through the gorgeous gardens of Central Park, right in the centre of Manhattan. People-watching more your thing? Get a taste of local life in the quaint cafes of bohemian Greenwich Village, or star spot in the boutique and restaurant-lined streets of the sophisticated SoHo and TriBeCa districts. Feast your eyes at the Metropolitan Museum of Art or enjoy the shopping spree of your life at Saks, Macys, Bloomingdales or Century 21 on Cortlandt Street, which is the worlds largest discount warehouse and near that other must-see, Broadway.
  • Day 19 - New York The 'Big Apple' is the USA's most charismatic city and has something for everyone. Love the great outdoors? Stroll through the gorgeous gardens of Central Park, right in the centre of Manhattan. People-watching more your thing? Get a taste of local life in the quaint cafes of bohemian Greenwich Village, or star spot in the boutique and restaurant-lined streets of the sophisticated SoHo and TriBeCa districts. Feast your eyes at the Metropolitan Museum of Art or enjoy the shopping spree of your life at Saks, Macys, Bloomingdales or Century 21 on Cortlandt Street, which is the worlds largest discount warehouse and near that other must-see, Broadway.
  • Day 20 - At Sea
  • Day 21 - Portland Portland is Maine's largest city offering scenic beauty, recreational opportunities and a wealth of historic and cultural attractions. From the bustling waterfront ferries run to the nearby Casco Bay Islands where you can visit historic forts and lighthouses.
  • Day 22 - Bar Harbor One of the most popular New England cruise ports, Bar Harbor has something of the look of Old England about it with visions of Cornwall evoked by the rugged coastal walk below its craggy, granite cliffs. But Main Street is classic small town America, full of stores where staff know all the locals by their first-name and bars which are packed with huntin', shootin' and fishin' trophies. The cruise dock is right in the centre of the town, too, so take a stroll and maybe try one of the locally-caught Maine lobsters which are on every restaurant menu - then learn more about your meal at the Maine Lobster Museum and Hatchery. Bar Harbor is on an island (Mount Desert) connected by bridge to the mainland and in the middle of the Acadia National Park - an intoxicating mix of lakes, forests and mountains. Look out for towering Cadillac Mountain and Thunder Hole where the ocean thunders against the cliffs.
  • Day 23 - St John, New Brunswick Saint John is a city on the Bay of Fundy, in New Brunswick, Canada. It’s known for the Reversing Rapids, a phenomenon caused by bay tides colliding with the Saint John River. Food and craft stalls fill the Saint John City Market, in an 1876 building. On a peninsula nearby, trails wind through Irving Nature Park’s salt marshes, volcanic rock and forests. The 1913 Imperial Theatre stages plays, concerts and dance.
  • Day 24 - At Sea
  • Day 25 - Sydney (Nova Scotia) Sydney is a former city and current community located in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. Situated on Cape Breton Island's east coast, it belongs administratively to the Cape Breton Regional Municipality
  • Day 26 - At Sea
  • Day 27 - At Sea
  • Day 28 - At Sea
  • Day 29 - At Sea
  • Day 30 - At Sea
  • Day 31 - Southampton The city center is a charming mix of old city walls and a large modern shopping centre. With multiple restaurants, museums, cinemas and theatres there is plenty to be explored. Time spent at embarkation and disembarkation ports may be limited which may restrict availability of shore excursions.
** Itinerary may vary by sailing date.

Onboard experience

Aurora is a mid-sized cruise ship, instantly recognisable thanks to her elegant tiered stern. Like Oriana, Aurora is designed as a classic ocean going vessel and is therefore ideally suited to world cruising. At her heart is a Lalique-inspired waterfall which forms the centrepiece of her atrium – one of her signature features. When it comes to bars she offers a variety to suit every mood including her Crow’s Nest bar, which offers a great view of every port along the way (and the oceans in between), Champions sports bar and adjacent casino, and Anderson’s with its rather sophisticated wood panelled walls. Entertainment wise there’s the Playhouse cinema which shows recently released films, a show lounge and theatre. Her dining options include her two main restaurants, as well as a bistro by Marco Pierre White and an al fresco grill restaurant. P&O Cruises Aurora is designed for walking or jogging with the opportunity to do just that around her circumference thanks to the broad teak promenade deck NOTE - P&O has taken the decision to turn Aurora into a child-free ship from April 8, 2019

Facilities

Food and Drink: Alexandria Restaurant, Medina Restaurant, Side Walk Cafe, Atrium Bar, Raffles Bar, Cafe Bordeaux, Pennant Grill, Bar, Piccadilly Court, The Atrium, Anderson’s Bar, Pennant Bar, Bistro, Uganda Room, Riviera Bar, Lounge, The Orangery, Sports Bar, The Playhouse
Other: Reception, Night Nursery, Art Gallery, Emporium
Entertainment: Night Club, Crow's Nest, Monte Carlo Casino, Masquerades, Children's Play Area, Champions, Photo Gallery, Curzon Theatre, Carmens
Relaxation: Oasis Spa, Crystal Pool Bar, Vanderbilts, Jumping Jacks, Whirlpool, Terrace Pool
Recreational: Mayfair, Library, Golf Nets, Intergalactica, Decibels
Fitness: Gym, Sports Court

Deck layout

Deck A
Deck B
Deck C
Deck D
Deck E
Deck F
Deck G
Lido Deck
Promenade Deck
Sun Deck

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