Every year there is a cruise from Boston to Europe. The round-trip cruise makes stops in Iceland, Greenland, Canada, Norway, Netherlands and Ireland.
The cruise from Boston to Europe is called the "Voyage of the Vikings" and is on Holland America Line. The cruise departs July 30 2019 to go to Bar Harbor (Maine), Sydney (Nova Scotia), Corner Brook (Newfoundland), Red Bay (Labrador), Paamiut (Greenland), Qaqortoq (Greenland), Reykjavik (Iceland)(overnight), Stavanger (Norway), Rotterdam (Netherlands), Cork (Ireland), Dublin (Ireland), Belfast (Northern Ireland), Djupivogur (Iceland), Akureyri (Iceland), Isafjordur (Iceland), Nanortalik (Greenland), St Anthony (Newfoundland), St Johns (Newfoundland) and Halifax (Nova Scotia).
In 2020 the cruise departs July 18 and goes to Bar Harbor (Maine), Red Bay (Labrador), Qaqortoq (Greenland), Reykjavik (Iceland)(overnight), Djupivogur (Iceland), Geiranger (Norway), Alesund (Norway), Bergen (Norway), Amsterdam (Netherlands)(overnight), Dublin (Ireland), Torshavn (Faroe Islands), Seydisfjordur (Iceland), Akureyri (Iceland), Isafjordur (Iceland), Nanortalik (Greenland), St Anthony (Newfoundland), St Johns (Newfoundland) and Halifax (Nova Scotia).
The itinerary begins with a stop at Bar Harbor in Maine. It is a summer resort town on Mount Desert Island. See the Millionaire's Row mansions and Acadia National Park.
Sydney, Nova Scotia is a gateway to the scenic Cabot Trail drive along the Atlantic shore and into Cape Breton Highlands National Park.
Corner Brook on the island of Newfoundland in Canada has a rocky coast and Long Range Mountains that make for impressive scenery. Be sure to visit Gros Marine National Park.
Red Bay, Labrador, Canada is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The town is known for its Basque history.
Paamiut, Greenland is a port at the mouth of Kuannersooq Fjord. It is known for white-tailed eagles, hiking trails, foggy weather and distinctive architecture.
Qaqortoq, Greenland, is one of the prettiest towns in all of Greenland. Explore the colonial buildings, Inuit culture, and the "Stone and Man" carvings. The hot water spring site of Uunartoq is a little farther south.