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Halifax and the Titanic: A Maritime Experience (Post)

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Extend your stay and explore charming Halifax and its links to the Titanic on this scenic half-day tour.
  • Visit the Maritime Museum of Atlantic Canada

  • Learn about Nova Scotia's role in the wake of the Titanic disaster

  • Explore the picturesque sights and scenery of Peggy's Cove

  • See the final resting place of 121 passengers from the Titanic

Planned itinerary Post-programme:

Day 1: Sightseeing tour of Halifax 

Your half-day trip around Halifax begins after disembarkation and takes you to some of the city’s most important sights. We’ll visit the Maritime Museum of Atlantic Canada to understand Nova Scotia’s role in the aftermath of the Titanic tragedy. Then we’ll visit pretty Peggy’s Cove with its lighthouse, quaint shops and galleries, as well as deGarthe Monument. Your tour ends at Fairview Lawn Cemetery, the final resting place of some of the Titanic’s passengers. After the tour, you can enjoy the rest of the evening in Halifax at your leisure. 

Day 2: Halifax 

Your Post-Programme ends after a delicious breakfast at your hotel. 

Please note we may visit sites in a different order.

Practical information


  • 1 hotel night in Halifax with American breakfast and luggage porterage 

  • 3.5-hour guided 'Peggy's Cove and Titanic Tour' ending at the hotel 

  • English-speaking guide 

  • Transfer from the pier in Halifax 

Not included 

  • Lunch, dinner and gratuities 

Remarks and requirements 

  • This tour is available as a Post-Programme in combination with expedition cruises ending in Halifax.  

  • This programme starts on the day of disembarkation. 

  • Available to guests with limited mobility on request. 

  • If the minimum number of participants is not reached, we reserve the right to cancel the trip up to 6 weeks before departure.

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